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November 8, 2023
Influencer Dietitians Were Paid to Spread Misinformation

The WHO recently raised concerns about aspartame. Dieticians on TikTok are discrediting the WHO’s position because they were paid to do so by the food and beverage industry.

November 7, 2023
Four Upgraded Low-carb Thanksgiving Sides

No one should feel left out at the buffet table. That’s why we’re sharing delicious low-carb sides you’ll be thrilled to make this Thanksgiving. They’re twists on old favorites that we think are upgrades.

November 6, 2023
Specialized Tapping May Aid Anxiety

You may have seen recent claims about how taps to the skin may aid anxiety. Clickbait headlines are floating around, and we have spent hours examining the science behind them.

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November 3, 2023
Love Locks Are a Romantic Hazard

Love locks are a modern phenomena that have caused problems all around the world. Now, the practice has come to America’s national parks. Rangers at the Grand Canyon are trying to protect the wildlife.

November 2, 2023
Red Meat Linked to Blood Sugar Concerns

A study claims that one serving of red meat a week should be your limit to lessen your risk of worsening your blood sugar concerns. Just two servings of red meat weekly may raise the risk of blood sugar concerns.

November 1, 2023
Food Sequencing May Impact Blood Sugar

Experts are debating whether food sequencing can influence blood sugar levels. Some believe eating veggies, proteins and healthy fats before carbs will prevent spikes. Others disagree.

October 31, 2023
Four Spooky Pies for Dinner and Dessert

Happy Halloween! In honor of the holiday, we’re sharing green and orange savory and sweet pies. We’re covering dinner and dessert with the two signature holiday colors!

October 30, 2023
Eating Prebiotics May Change Brain’s Reaction to Food

Scientists are unraveling how our microbiomes control so much of our well-being. A study has found that eating a large amount of prebiotics appears to lower the brain’s reward response to high-calorie foods.

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October 27, 2023
Natural Light Aids Blood Sugar

Researchers say that spending more time outside can aid blood sugar levels. Metabolism and insulin resistance are both linked to a body’s internal clock. Daylight can, essentially, keep that clock ticking at the right speed.

October 26, 2023
Talk About Your Medications with Your Doctor

Some tasks are essential to do annually to stay safe and healthy. Making an appointment to talk to your doctor about your medications is crucial to maintaining good health.

October 25, 2023
Why Warm Feet Help You Sleep

Cool rooms help you sleep better. But having warm feet gives you a better night’s rest. So why is a cold room and warm feet a good combination? There's science behind it.

October 24, 2023
Four Recipes for a Spooky Dinner

Pumpkin carving is a family activity, we want food that appeals to the whole crew, too! With that in mind, we are sharing four low-carb recipes perfect for a Halloween meal that the entire family will love.

October 23, 2023
Can Eating with the Wrong Hand Aid Weight Loss?

A psychologist claims that eating with your non-dominant hand can help you lose weight. Switching the hands in which you hold your utensils forces you to slow down. But does it work as a diet?

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October 20, 2023
Prepare for Bears While Hiking

Once you head into nature, there are animals all around you. But, in fall, bears are more of a danger than in other seasons. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to prepare yourself.

October 19, 2023
Taking the Stairs May Lower Heart Risk by 20 Percent

According to a new study, climbing five flights of stairs, or 50 steps, daily can lower the risk of heart diseases by 20 percent. The study tracked the health data of more than 458,000 adults for about 12.5 years.

October 18, 2023
Common Cleaning Products May Fuel Superbugs

Clean surfaces help to keep us healthy and protected against illnesses. But bleach and alcohol used to clean homes and hospitals may be speeding the development of drug-resistant bacteria.

October 17, 2023
Four Copycat Candy Recipes

Copycat recipes let us enjoy some iconic treats we usually have to avoid. You get the same great flavors without a lot of the calories and carbs. Today, we have four delicious Halloween favorites you’ll be thrilled you copied.

October 16, 2023
Signs You’re Getting Healthy When Weight Loss Stops

Many signs indicate that your diet and exercise are still paying off even when you aren’t seeing the scale budge. Sometimes, numbers stop falling even when your overall health is improving.

October 13, 2023
Morning Exercise May Be Best for Weight Loss

Working out different ways can achieve different goals. According to a new study, morning workouts might be better for weight loss. But, the study has some flaws, and many question its conclusions.

October 12, 2023
Dark Tea May Aid Blood Sugar

New research has found that dark tea can aid blood sugar. Daily black tea appears to prevent blood sugar concerns from developing or prevent them from worsening.

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