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Delish.com

What Are The Differences Between The Paleo And Keto Diets?
Delish.com
Neither the Paleo nor the Keto (short for "ketogenic") diets are new, but there's been a huge surge in Google searches for both of them over the past year. That's likely because certain extremely fit and good-looking celebrities swear by these meal ...
'The Magic Pill' Documentary Claims the Keto Diet Can Cure Cancer ...Shape Magazine
Things You Need to Know Before Starting the Keto Diet | Reader's ...Reader's Digest
Jillian Michaels Says 'Don't Do Keto' If You Want To Lose WeightWomen's Health

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Medical News Today

Breast cancer: A low-fat diet may improve survivors' outlook
Medical News Today
Does this mean that following a low-fat diet will impact a patient's chance of cancer recurrence and overall survival? Scientists led by Dr. Rowan T. Chlebowski, Ph.D. — of the City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, CA — set out to investigate.
This Kind of Diet May Lower the Risk of Dying from Breast Cancer ...TIME
Low-Fat Diet Tied to Better Breast Cancer SurvivalWebMD

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The Guardian

Formula meal diet plan can tackle obesity in short term | Society ...
The Guardian
Four drinks a day over eight weeks can help those at risk of heart disease, says study.

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How do insects survive on a sugary diet? Study offers clues to how ...
Science Daily
Researchers show that bacteriocytes -- specific aphid cells that house the symbiotic bacteria -- have different DNA methylation patterns depending on what type ...

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Live Science

How the Keto Diet Helps Prevent Seizures: Gut Bacteria May Be Key
Live Science
Long before the keto diet became trendy, it was used to treat seizures in people with epilepsy. But the exact reason why this very-low-carb diet helps with seizures has puzzled researchers for decades. Now, a new study in mice suggests that gut ...
Gut bacteria changes are key to keto diet's anti-seizure effect ...SlashGear
Gut bacteria play critical role in anti-seizure effects of ketogenic diet, UCLA scientists reportUCLA Newsroom
Gut bacteria mechanism behind the anti-seizure effects of ketogenic ...New Atlas
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News -Chemical & Engineering News
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Health.com

This Woman Gave Up Her Restrictive Diet and Intense Exercise Regimen–and Feels Happier and Stronger Than Ever
Health.com
In the left photo, Black describes her diet at the time: yogurt for breakfast; a protein shake, chicken breast and veggies for lunch and extra veggies if she got hungry later. She gave up sugar, alcohol and cheat meals, and her workouts were incredibly ...



Grub Street

Drinks Authority Talia Baiocchi's Dinner Parties Involve Illicit Steaks and Late-night Pictionary
Grub Street
Talia Baiocchi knows everything that you should, and should not, be drinking. The editor and founder of the online magazine for bar and drinking culture, Punch, she's also the author and co-author, respectively, of the books Sherry and Spritz. While ...



Adweek

Diet Madison Avenue Goes Dark After News of Defamation Suit ...
Adweek
Anonymous industry whistleblower account Diet Madison Avenue effectively disappeared last night, several hours after news of a civil defamation suit filed ...
Diet Madison Avenue goes dark on social media | Campaign USCampaign US

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WebMD

Mediterranean Diet Most Popular on US Coasts
WebMD
The Mediterranean diet has been shown to reduce chronic illnesses, including cancer, diabetes and heart disease. People on the West Coast and in the Northeast have been quick to embrace this healthy eating plan. But it has yet to catch on in parts of ...

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FoodNavigator.com

Diet (not genes) decides fat taste sensitivity
FoodNavigator.com
The study on twins, conducted by researchers from the University of Deakin, Australia and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,​ suggests that an individual's taste for fatty foods is not driven by genes but by diet. Lead researcher ...


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