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Between fad diets and buzzy superfoods, it can be hard to know what’s actually good for you. If you’re looking for a critical eye and practical nutrition advice, you’ll find it here.

New Study Shows a Pecan-Rich Diet Can Reduce Cholesterol

  New research conducted by the University of Georgia shows that increasing pecans in your diet can dramatically improve a person’s cholesterol level. The research was assigned to 52 adults
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Eating More Fish Could Add 5 Years to Your Life

  If you want to add years to your life, it might be time to add some fish to the menu. New research shows that higher levels of omega-3 fatty
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There’s a New Cookbook for People Suffering from Long Covid

  A new cookbook has been created for people whose taste buds have been affected by Covid. These recipes were written by two food writers, with aims to stimulate the
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One Serving of Fruits and Vegetables Daily Can Help with Mental Health

  A new study conducted by researchers at Leeds and York Universities in the United Kingdom shows a single serving of fruits and vegetables can boost your mental health. This
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Whole Grain Foods Can Reduce Waist Size and Risk of Heart Diseases

  If you’re someone who enjoys eating whole-grain foods, studies have now shown that it may defend against heart diseases and diabetes. According to new research conducted by Tufts University,
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Eating Chocolates for Breakfast May Help You Burn Fat Better

  If you’re someone who enjoys eating chocolates, then this news might just make your day. According to a new study conducted by Brigham and Women’s Hospital, eating chocolate for
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