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Vox

Why certain diets may increase your cancer risk
Vox
“There are several stimulators of chronic inflammation, and diet is one of those factors that can constantly stimulate the body toward a more chronic inflammatory state,” said lead study author Fred Tabung, a research associate in the department of ...
'Inflammatory Diet' May Boost Colorectal Cancer RiskLive Science
Bowel cancer: Eating a diet rich in THESE could increase your risk by a thirdExpress.co.uk

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Atlanta Journal Constitution

High-salt diet could cause dementia, study finds
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Consuming too much salt can be dangerous for your health. It can skyrocket your blood pressure and cholesterol, but it might also cause memory loss, according to a new report. » RELATED: These 5 'healthy' foods may have more salt than you think ...
Excessive Salt Consumption Leads to Cognitive Impairment, MS Mouse Study ShowsMultiple Sclerosis News Today
High salt diet found to reduce blood flow to brain, leading to dementiaBel Marra Health
Hold the salt: gut reaction may impair the brains of miceNational Institutes of Health (press release)

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The Minnesota Diet
Slate Magazine
Her goal is to keep healthy people as close as possible to the Minnesota diet, which after all didn't kill anybody. She attends endless meetings, during which usually responsible adults snap at one another, zone out instead of listening, and get ...



The Truth About the Mediterranean Diet for Weight Loss
ConsumerReports.org
The Mediterranean diet is one example of a plant-based eating plan that can help with weight loss. Interest in plant-based diets has increased in recent years because of the benefits to health and the environment. The Mediterranean diet for weight loss ...

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BBC News

Dolphin diet study gives conservation clues - BBC News
BBC News
Wild dolphins burn up to 33000 calories a day, say researchers - equivalent to about 60 salmon portions.

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Well+Good

The best way to work out when following the ketogenic diet
Well+Good
“If someone is used to doing high-intensity workouts, they're going to have a harder transition than if someone is used to doing more yoga,” Dr. Attia says. This is because when you work out super intensely for short periods of time—like a spin class ...



New York Times

High-Fat Diet May Fuel Spread of Prostate Cancer - The New York ...
New York Times
Obesity is linked to prostate cancer, scientists know, but it's not clear why. On Monday, researchers reported a surprising connection. When prostate cancers lose a particular gene, they become tiny fat factories, a team at Beth Israel Deaconess ...

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PEOPLE.com

Kym Johnson Shares Her Pregnancy Diet and Fitness Tips: 'Truly So Excited to Be a Mum!'
PEOPLE.com
Kym Johnson Herjavec is ensuring a healthy pregnancy (with twins!) by eating right and working out as much as she can. The pregnant Dancing with the Stars pro, 41, shared what eating plan and fitness regime have worked for her at 24-weeks along. In a ...



Telegraph.co.uk

Five cancer-preventing foods to get in your diet
Telegraph.co.uk
So, given that the average Western diet is often unhealthy and can promote increased cancer risk, how can we change our diets to decrease this risk? The most cancer preventative diets are those based on a Mediterranean or Japanese diet. These diets are ...



Prevention.com

The Mediterranean Diet Might Improve Acid Reflux Better Than Drugs
Prevention.com
After six weeks, the drug group saw a 27% reduction in symptoms, while the Mediterranean diet group saw a 40% decrease. “Patients with reflux disease will benefit from improving their diet, period,” says study author Craig Zalvan, MD, chief of ...


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