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- What’s this ‘longevity’ diet, and will it really make you live longer?
- What did Einstein eat? Inside the diet of the famed physicist
Many diets fail because of emotional or psychological obstacles. These 3 tips will help you overcome them and stick to your diet for good.
«Hunger is what you feel when you need food. Craving is what you feel when you want food.»
Changing what we eat can help reduce carbon emissions and promote sustainable farming practices — but which diet could make the biggest difference? Earth scientist Mark Maslin PhD breaks down…
«Beef, for instance, needs about 15,000 liters of water per kilo to produce.»
A new diet by an American biochemist claims to help you live longer. It’s not too dissimilar to the Australian guide to healthy eating, which if followed, could also prolong your life.
From mushrooms to canned beans, Einstein had quite the interesting diet. It remains unclear what, if any, influence his diet had on his ability to understand the deepest levels of physics.
Find out what to eat and what to limit on the DASH diet for weight loss
The environmental and cognitive factors at play that have people eating more without realising.
Diets high in fat, sugar and processed foods are associated with higher calorie intake, poorer memory and lower cognitive function.
The vegan diet is low in – or, in some cases, entirely devoid of – several important brain nutrients. Could these shortcomings be affecting vegan’s ability to think?
Researchers asked if one diet could be crowned best in terms of health outcomes. If diet is a set of rigid principles, the answer is a decisive no. In terms of broader guidelines, it's a decisive yes.
Nutrition experts contend that all we need is what's typically found in a routine diet. Industry representatives, backed by a fascinating history, argue that foods don't contain enough, and we need…
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