Study reveals how much fiber we should eat to prevent disease

Researchers and public health organizations have long hailed the benefits of eating fiber, but how much fiber should we consume, exactly? This question has prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to commission a new study. The results appear in the journal The Lancet. The new research aimed to help develop new guidelines for dietary fiber consumption, as well as reveal […]

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Want to Eat Healthier? Avoid Stores With Snacks at Checkout

TUESDAY, Dec. 18, 2018 — Getting rid of candy and chips at the supermarket checkout could lead to a dramatic reduction in junk food consumption, researchers say. “Changing what food is displayed at checkouts seems to have an impact on what customers buy. It could also have an impact on what they eat, but we can’t be sure about that,” […]

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Don’t Eat Romaine Lettuce Due to E. Coli Outbreak, FDA Warns

TUESDAY, Nov. 20, 2018 — Cross one ingredient off your Thanksgiving dinner menu: romaine lettuce. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with health officials from various states are asking American consumers to avoid the leafy green due to an outbreak of dangerous E. coli illness. “At this time, the FDA […]

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From rye crackers and CHOCOLATE: 17 stress-relieving desk snacks

Beat stress at your desk with CHOCOLATE: Food author reveals her 17 anxiety-relieving snacks to eat at your desk Charlotte Watts, co-author of Good Mood Food, is a nutritionist in London She lists 17 foods that you can eat at your desk to relieve stress on Healthista  Dark chocolate and mango can fight afternoon sugar cravings healthily Stress relief from […]

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A woman has been denied life-changing treatment

Mother left unable to speak, sit or eat is denied life-changing treatment as chiefs claim there is ‘no evidence’ it can work even though it prompted ‘miraculous’ results for her Dawn Conrad, 45, can’t walk, speak, or barely eat due to an autoimmune disease She trialed intravenous immunoglobin for three months with ‘miraculous’ results Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group initially agreed […]

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