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6 months ago
Health

Sign Up for Well's Mediterranean Diet Week

The Mediterranean diet has been linked to reduced risks for cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, cognitive decline, and certain types of cancer.
The Mediterranean diet is not a restrictive program, but a lifestyle that emphasizes whole, mostly plant-based foods. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
Design

Is oat milk bad for you? Experts warn of unappetizing downsides to the trendy beverage

Oat milk may not be as nutritious as some experts claim
Oat milk tends to be higher in calories and carbohydrates compared to other plant-based milks [ more ]
Inverse
6 months ago
Wellness

See Why These 3 Diets Are Ranked As 2024's Worst Meal Plans

No plan for a healthy lifestyle is one size fits all.
Remaining skeptical of health-related information is important. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
Health

Plant-based food seems healthy but may not be the diet savior you think: study

Plant-based fast food options are not necessarily healthier than traditional meat-based meals.
Plant-based meals often contain less protein and sodium, and more carbohydrates and sugar compared to meaty meals. [ more ]
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6 months ago
Design

Que te roba la energia?

The article discusses a test designed to evaluate one's energy levels and identify areas for improvement in rest, exercise, socializing, nutrition, and finding joy in daily life.
The test is developed in collaboration with the Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley, which explores psychological states like surprise and gratitude in leading a happy and meaningful life. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Wellness

The Well Team Knows You're Tired. And They're Here to Help.

The New York Times's Well desk has created a 6-Day Energy Challenge to help readers feel more awake throughout the day.
The challenge offers energy-boosting tips, prompts, and exercises recommended by nutritionists, therapists, doctors, and exercise scientists. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Design

Que te roba la energia?

The article discusses a test designed to evaluate one's energy levels and identify areas for improvement in rest, exercise, socializing, nutrition, and finding joy in daily life.
The test is developed in collaboration with the Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley, which explores psychological states like surprise and gratitude in leading a happy and meaningful life. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Wellness

The Well Team Knows You're Tired. And They're Here to Help.

The New York Times's Well desk has created a 6-Day Energy Challenge to help readers feel more awake throughout the day.
The challenge offers energy-boosting tips, prompts, and exercises recommended by nutritionists, therapists, doctors, and exercise scientists. [ more ]
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New York Post
6 months ago
Food & drink

The 24 best protein bars of 2024, according to dietitians and our testing

When choosing a protein bar, prioritize simple and natural ingredients and avoid pro-inflammatory oils and artificial ingredients.
The best protein bars for muscle gain are those with high biological value protein, such as whey protein, and provide energy through carbohydrates. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Wellness

Day 3: How to Eat for Better Energy

Tuning into how our food affects us can help us understand which foods give us energy and which make us sluggish.
Noticing how the foods we eat make us feel can help us eat for better energy going forward. [ more ]
Mail Online
6 months ago
Food & drink

Doctor shares 10 tips for a healthier 2024

Your supermarket basket may be packed with junk, wans Dr Michael Mosley He shares his tips for a healthy food shop, including not browsing when hungry
www.theguardian.com
6 months ago
Health

Beware the mix of food and fear the truth about ultra-processed foods is still emerging | Amelia Tait

If you consumed a lot of news last year, you'd be forgiven for thinking that strawberry yoghurt wants to murder you.
Since last spring, a new obsession has spread across Britain: have you heard?
WSJ
6 months ago
Wellness

You're Probably Still Eating Too Much Sugar

Reduce sugar intake for good health.
Pay attention to hidden sugars in food. [ more ]
Mail Online
6 months ago
Health

Stop taking 'fad' nutritional advice from celebrities on social media

The British Dietetic Association warns against following nutritional advice from celebrities on social media.
Fad diets and trends can be dangerous and lead to medical issues and eating disorders. [ more ]
www.mercurynews.com
6 months ago
Everyday cooking

Easy, healthy home cooking: Roasted cauliflower with chimichurri

This simple recipe for roasted cauliflower with herbs pairs excellently with chimichurri, according to Amanda Haas in her new cookbook, Homemade Simple: Effortless Dishes for a Busy Life.
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7 months ago
Wellness

Is it bad to eat a large meal right before going to bed?

Eating a large dinner before bed may affect digestion and sleep quality but the impact varies based on what and when a person eats.
The timing of meals does not significantly affect weight gain, but it may affect appetite and satiety hormones. [ more ]
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