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TIME

What Can You Eat On the Mediterranean Diet?
TIME
The news about the Mediterranean diet keeps getting better. Two studies were recently published about the less-known benefits of the popular eating plan: In one, men who followed the diet had a lower risk of aggressive prostate cancer, and in the other ...
How to live longer REVEALED: This diet can stop you getting frail in old ageExpress.co.uk

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USA TODAY

Want to lose weight? Put your brain on a diet.
USA TODAY
There are plenty of things I do that annoy my wife. The one thing that drives her bonkers is the way I eat. I am a virtual garbage disposal and regularly clean plate after plate at every meal. I try to eat well, but whatever I consume, it is typically ...

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New York Times

High-Fat Diet May Fuel Spread of Prostate Cancer - The New York ...
New York Times
New research suggests a strong link between genes, dietary fat and prostate cancer.

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U.S. News & World Report

Should You Take a Genetic Test to Find the Best Diet for You?
U.S. News & World Report
The results? Judson was told her body doesn't process carbohydrates very efficiently, and that she should lower her carb intake and fill her diet with more protein and healthy fats. The program also told her that, during exercise, she burns half as ...



Los Angeles Times

Even without nudging blood pressure up, high-salt diet hobbles the ...
Los Angeles Times
New research on mice finds that a high-salt diet sets off a cascade of effects that starts in the gut, corrodes blood vessels in the brain, and dampens cognitive performance.
A high-salt diet produces dementia in miceCornell Chronicle
A Salt-Rich Diet Has An Unusual Effect On Your BrainIFLScience
Could a high-salt diet cause cognitive decline and dementia?New Atlas
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PEOPLE.com

Hugh Jackman's New Year's 'Detox' Is Not Going So Well
PEOPLE.com
Even famously-chiseled Wolverine Hugh Jackman cheats on his diet—and he has zero shame in telling his fans. Though it's unclear what the actor's original New Year's detox plan exactly entailed, he seems to have began the year with some sort of healthy ...

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UPI.com

WH doctor credits 'good genes' for Trump's excellent health despite fast food diet
The Hill
Jackson, who has examined the past three presidents, said he believes Trump has been on a healthier diet since moving into the White House. The White House physician fielded questions from reporters for close to an hour about Trump's physical and ...
Doctor: Trump 'fit for office,' could improve diet, exerciseUPI.com
Good genes? How can Trump eat a lot of fast food, exercise little and be healthy?USA TODAY
From diet to mental fitness, President Trump's doctor weighs in on his healthNBCNews.com

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Page Six

Eli Manning's offseason diet includes burgers and beer
Page Six
On Monday afternoon, the New York Giants quarterback stopped by The Ainsworth Chelsea for an Extreme Networks happy hour event. Joined by a group of roughly 75 people, Manning, who celebrated his 37th birthday on Jan. 3, mingled with guests while ...

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Allentown Morning Call

The new Diet Coke is thirsty for millennials' approval - The Morning ...
Allentown Morning Call
Coca-Cola announced last week that it gave Diet Coke a makeover and plans to introduce new fruit-flavored versions of the soda.
Diet Coke launches 4 new flavorsWatertownDailyTimes.com
New Look, New Flavors! Diet Coke Rebrands And Adds New ...stupidDOPE.com (blog)

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Medical News Today

Can a Western diet permanently alter the immune system?
Medical News Today
Consuming a Western diet may prompt irreversible changes in the immune system that make it hyper-responsive to triggers of inflammation, says a new study.
Our Bodies Could Be Treating a Western Diet Like It Was a Dangerous InfectionScienceAlert
Fast food makes the immune system more aggressive in the long term — Universität BonnUniversität Bonn

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