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Vox

Why certain diets may increase your cancer risk
Vox
“There are several stimulators of chronic inflammation, and diet is one of those factors that can constantly stimulate the body toward a more chronic inflammatory state,” said lead study author Fred Tabung, a research associate in the department of ...

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Atlanta Journal Constitution

High-salt diet could cause dementia, study finds
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Consuming too much salt can be dangerous for your health. It can skyrocket your blood pressure and cholesterol, but it might also cause memory loss, according to a new report. » RELATED: These 5 'healthy' foods may have more salt than you think ...
Excessive Salt Consumption Leads to Cognitive Impairment, MS Mouse Study ShowsMultiple Sclerosis News Today
High salt diet found to reduce blood flow to brain, leading to dementiaBel Marra Health
Hold the salt: gut reaction may impair the brains of miceNational Institutes of Health (press release)

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The Minnesota Diet
Slate Magazine
Her goal is to keep healthy people as close as possible to the Minnesota diet, which after all didn't kill anybody. She attends endless meetings, during which usually responsible adults snap at one another, zone out instead of listening, and get ...



Yahoo Sports

Damian Lillard abandons vegan diet and expects another All-Star snub
Yahoo Sports
Damian Lillard's vegan diet has joined Jazzercize, ephedra and Billy Blanks' Tae Bo in the fitness graveyard. After getting snubbed for another All-NBA team and All-Star roster in 2017, Lillard was looking for an (legal) advantage. This summer, he ...
Damian Lillard Ditches Vegan Diet After Losing Too Much WeightBlazer's Edge
What Damian Lillard Should Eat to Maintain Weight on a Vegan DietLIVEKINDLY
Damian Lillard ends his vegan dietClutchPoints

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Well+Good

The best way to work out when following the ketogenic diet
Well+Good
After all, it's the very thing you've been told to “burn off” during your workouts. Does eating more of it mean you have to work out even harder? Or maybe you've heard that the fat-focused diet is directly connected to staying within the fat-burning ...



Health.com

Follow These 3 Rules That Let You Eat More and Lose Weight
Health.com
For some people, buzzy meal plans like Whole30 and the ketogenic diet are the only things that motivate them to overhaul their eating habits. For others, diets can be seriously problematic. That's one reason New York City–based nutritionist Brooke ...

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Paleolithic diet healthier for overweight women
Science Daily
In her doctoral dissertation, Caroline Blomquist has spent two years following a group of 70 postmenopausal women with a body mass index exceeding 27, that is, overweight women after menopause. Half of the women held a diet according to Nordic ...



TNW

Your car knows you're cheating on your diet (or your spouse)
TNW
General Motors (GM) first started tracking customers in 1996. Using its popular OnStar service, those in select GM vehicles could ask for directions, diagnose vehicle-related problems, or even disable a stolen vehicle by contacting a voice on the other ...



Courthouse News Service

Mouse Study Finds High-Salt Diet Could Cause Dementia
Courthouse News Service
(CN) – A high-salt diet may impair blood flow in the brain and cause dementia, according to a study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience that examined the effect of salt consumption on mice. “A diet rich in salt is linked to an increased risk ...
High salt diet may lead to dementiaThe Hindu

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BBC News

Dolphin diet study gives conservation clues - BBC News
BBC News
Wild dolphins burn up to 33000 calories a day, say researchers - equivalent to about 60 salmon portions.

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