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Drinking sugar-sweetened beverages like soda is associated with an increase in belly fat, according...
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If you eat more potatoes during pregnancy, you may have higher risk for gestational diabetes, accord...
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The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension diet, or DASH diet, has long been one of the popular rec...
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Being under constant stress triggers a biological mechanism that reduces fat metabolism, according t...
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Final tests to measure the safety and efficacy of an artificial pancreas are set to take place in ea...
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Dieters are often advised to not skip breakfast, keep regular meals times and avoid excessive hunger...
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While everyone can agree that eating too much leads to weight gain, many consumers may not be aware...
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Your relationship to sugar may be directly linked to a specific hormone in your liver, a new study r...
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It's possible to be overweight and healthy, yet new research suggests that obesity is more dangerous...
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Fish oil can transform fat-storage cells into fat-burning cells, according to a new study from Kyoto...

 
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