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Eating Well

Turkey And Cheese May Help Your Gut

It works with mice, and it may work with people. Or not. Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have found that a kind of tolerance-promoting immune cell appears in mice that carry a specific bacterium in their guts. But to trigger those immune cells, which appear to relieve inflammatory bowel […]

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Putting On Weight? Blame Your Taste Buds

Here’s yet another thing you can blame for those extra pounds: your taste buds. Researchers at Cornell University are convinced that people whose taste buds are dulled tend to eat more sweets and higher calorie food. A Cornell news release reports that researchers at the school gave a test group an […]

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Better Food Means Longer Life

No, it’s not surprising, but it’s important: people who eat better food– more whole grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and fish and less red and processed meats and sugary beverages–live longer than people who don’t. We know that because, well it makes sense, but also because researchers at Harvard’s T. H. […]

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Chocolate Keeps Heartbeats Regular

Chocolate can keep you regular. At least, it can keep your heartbeat regular, according to researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and in Denmark. A Chan school news release reports that the study, which included 55,502 men and women participating in the Danish Diet, Cancer, and Heath Study, looked […]

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Eating Fish Dims Joint Pain

OK, it’s an “observational study,” the kind that doesn’t establish a true cause and effect, but research conducted at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s hospital definitely suggests that eating fish reduces the joint pain and swelling of rheumatoid arthritis. The New York Times reports on the study, which tracked the fish […]

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Study Ties French Fries To Early Death

OK, it doesn’t actually say french fries can lead to an early death, but the news is not good. That Washington Post reports on a study published this month by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that looked at potato consumption of 4,440 American participants, aged 45 to 79 years, over […]

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Eating Late Could Be Bad For Your Health

The adage “Call me anything but don’t call me late for dinner,” has been rewritten by researchers at University of Pennsylvania to read “Call me anything but don’t call me for a late dinner.” That’s because research at the school suggests that eating dinner later can add pounds and mess […]