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Business Insider

3 huge new studies of more than half a million people are casting major doubts on the keto diet
Business Insider
The popular ketogenic diet, which involves strictly limiting carbs to less than 50 grams a day (that's no more than two apples' worth) and subsisting primarily on high-fat foods, is one of those restrictive diets that could have harmful long-term ...
The "catch" to being on the Keto dietBig Think
'Keto' diet effective, but raises health concernsJournal Inquirer
Keto diet: Why 2018's biggest high-protein meal plan could be BAD for your bodyDaily Star

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HealthDay

Mediterranean diet may reduce stroke risk in women
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“We found that following a Mediterranean-style diet may reduce stroke risk by 22% in women over 40 years of age,” Ailsa A. Welch, PhD, professor of nutritional epidemiology in the department of public health and primary care at Norwich Medical School ...
Mediterranean-style diet may lower women's stroke riskEurekAlert (press release)
Mediterranean Diet May Cut Stroke Risk for Women, But Not MenHealthDay
Women who eat a Mediterranean diet face a 22% lower risk of stroke - but the protective effect of fish and olive oil ...Daily Mail

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Science Daily

Intestines modify their cellular structure in response to diet
Science Daily
Body organs such as the intestine and ovaries undergo structural changes in response to dietary nutrients that can have lasting impacts on metabolism, as well as cancer susceptibility, according to Carnegie's Rebecca Obniski, Matthew Sieber, and Allan ...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Is Obsessed With This Simple Diet Plan
Hollywood Reporter
The diet first took off following a BBC documentary called Eat, Fast & Live Longer, says Joy Stephenson-Laws, founder of L.A.'s Proactive Health Labs (pH), where she sees musicians and actors. She references the Buddha, who was well-versed in fasting, ...



The Takeout

Supermarket employees collectively lose hundreds of pounds on keto diet
The Takeout
This isn't a story about the merits of the keto diet—I'm not a nutritionist, please ask your doctor any and all medical questions, etc. No, this is a story about supportive coworkers, a positive work environment, and a Sprouts supermarket in Katy, Texas.
Keto Diet Helps Grocery Store Employees Achieve 200 Pound ...menshealth.com
The Keto Diet Helped These 5 Grocery Store Coworkers Lose Over 200 PoundsHealth.com
Andy Cohen Calls Out His Guest Savannah Guthrie for Her "Dumb" Choice to Do the Keto DietBravo (blog)

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INSIDER

The super carb diet is basically the opposite of the keto diet — here's why experts swear by it
INSIDER
It seems like every few months a new diet becomes the trend, whether it be plant-based diets or the keto diet. One recent diet has been gaining traction: the super carb diet. The name of the diet itself gives some insight into what it's all about ...
All of the Celebrities Who Have Gone on the Keto DietPEOPLE.com

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ABC News

Inspiring grocery store coworkers lose over 200 pounds on keto diet
ABC News
Chances are you won't find a single loaf of bread in the break room at the Sprouts grocery store in Katy, Texas. Why? Because five of the store's employees have been on the ketogenic diet, or keto diet, which calls for cutting carbohydrates and eating ...
Why your diet should include more fatCNN
10 health questions that had you Googling this yearCNN
'Best diets' ranking puts keto last, DASH firstCNN

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Phys.Org

Candy-pink lagoon serves up salt-rich diet for potential life on Mars
Phys.Org
The discovery of a microorganism that gives a candy-pink lagoon in central Spain its startling colour is providing new evidence for how life could survive on a high-salt diet on Mars or Europa. The Laguna de Peña Hueca, part of the Lake Tirez system in ...

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UPI.com

Mediterranean diet may cut stroke risk for women
UPI.com
"Simple changes in dietary habits may bring a substantial benefit regarding reducing stroke, which remains one of the leading causes of death and disability worldwide," said lead researcher Dr. Phyo Myint. He is clinical chair of medicine at the ...



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