Can You Think Yourself Thin? & More Food News
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About that ugly fruit...scars, blemishes, and deformities on the outside may indicate more nutrition within.
Have you heard of the mindfulness diet? TIME Health takes a look at whether the mindfulness diet -- paying attention when we eat -- works for weight loss.
Are raw veggies healthier than cooked? Guess what, it's not a simple yes or no answer. Scientific American looks at the evidence.
Research suggests that the hormone ghrelin, the so-called "hunger hormone," may drive fat storage instead of appetite.
Is avoiding peanuts in order to prevent peanut allergies a good strategy? Maybe not.
New research seems to question the benefits of moderate drinking. Here's more.
Will offering kids a sip of alcohol help develop healthy attitudes toward booze and protect against problem drinking later in life? Maybe not.
Were the supposed gains in childhood obesity epidemic just an illusion?
Harvard Public Health breaks down the difference between whole grains and refined grains.
More evidence supports the benefits of the Mediterranean Diet. This time, the Med diet is linked to a lower risk of heart attack and stroke in people with heart disease.
People who prefer dark to milk chocolate have different microbes in their guts.
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