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The tops in beer, wine, and liquor.
Lindsay Moyer • January 16, 2017 • 1 Comment
Topic: Calories in Food
How many calories in that mug of beer, glass of wine, or shot glass? It can be a guessing game.
Labels for most beer, wine, and other alcoholic beverages aren’t required Read More
Company loses case, but hopes it has scared off other scientists.
David Schardt • January 11, 2017 • Read Comments (5)
What does a dietary supplement company with a shady past do when reputable researchers find that six of the dietary supplements it sells contain an illegal, potentially dangerous drug in Read More
These can rapidly reduce your risk for the disease, says expert.
David Schardt • January 9, 2017 • Read Comments (3)
Topic: What to Eat
One out of three U.S. adults have prediabetes, which puts them on the road to type 2 diabetes. Nine out of ten of them don’t know it. Could you be Read More
New research finds as little as one drink a day can fuel cancer growth.
David Schardt • January 6, 2017 • 1 Comment
Topic: What Not to Eat
A new analysis of 27 studies from around the world has found that drinking alcohol can raise by about 10 percent to 20 percent the risk of being diagnosed with Read More
David Schardt • January 4, 2017 • Read Comments (2)
Topic: Caffeine in Food
People who consume more caffeine seem to have a lower risk of Parkinson’s disease.
“That has been clearly established in multiple studies,” says David Simon, a neurologist at the Harvard Medical Read More
Here's what top nutrition researchers found.
Bonnie Liebman • January 2, 2017 • Read Comments (23)
Topic: How to Diet
What does a healthy diet look like? Despite (or maybe because of) all the diet books, food pyramids, and expert advice, most people are still confused.
Yet we know which diets can lower the risk of heart disease, the major cause of death in the United States. Odds are, those same foods can also promote weight loss and help prevent diabetes and cancer. The Omniheart diet shows a lot of promise as a healthful diet.
The OmniHeart Trial tested three variations of a vegetable-and-fruit-rich diet in people who had pre-hypertension or hypertension—that is, anyone with blood pressure above 120 over 80. Read More
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