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More Americans are chewing gluten-free despite not having celiac sicknes

Published in Odd and Fun on 13th December 2017

Percentage of the population evading gluten but not having agitation more than tripled between 2009 and 2014, perhaps due to diet trends and marketing An increasing number of Americans are ingesting gluten-free despite not having celiac infection, the main medical rationale for adopting such a diet. Between 2009 -1 0, when 0.52% of the population […]

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Amsterdam’s solution to the obesity crisis: no fruit juice and enough sleep

Published in Odd and Fun on 11th December 2017

The city is successfully opposing fatty by promoting tap water in its institutions, along with healthy cooking first-class and a ban on fast food sponsorship The city of Amsterdam is producing “the worlds” in resolving the obesity epidemic, thanks to a progressive and wide-reaching programmes which is getting ensues even among the poorest parishes that […]

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Scientists consider is connected with undesirable pregnancy diet and ADHD

Published in Odd and Fun on 7th December 2017

Experts examine how a diet high in fat and sugar could vary newborn DNA in a way that might cause behavioural problems A diet high in fat and sugar during pregnancy may be linked to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children around behavioural problems early in life, experts have found. The research, led by scientists […]

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Speck duct: should everyone accept a gluten-free food?

Published in Odd and Fun on 5th December 2017

About 1% of people cant process gluten, yet promotions from fames allied with health panics necessitate the free-from market is booming among non-coeliacs. Are the beneficial effects real? It’s hard to imagine a high-street pattern chain selling something that jokily referenced irritable bowel disorder or a nut allergy. Yet last year, Zara brought out a […]

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What actually is the Mediterranean diet- and does it labor?

Published in Odd and Fun on 4th December 2017

Hard to define, but famously good for us, this path of feeing is far from universally followed even in the countries it came from It is said to be better at lowering cholesterol than statins, and able to prevent dementia and myocardial infarction, and will not induce you fatty. Anything that good for you might […]

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Oysters are making a comeback in the polluted irrigates around New York City

Published in Odd and Fun on 27th November 2017

A coalition of bivalve enthusiasts is trying to revive oyster agriculture in water that is beset by litter and raw sewage The oysters in the Hudson River around the Statue of Liberty are some of the plumpest and fastest growing Crassostrea virginica in all of the members of New York harbor. Fitting it should be […]

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What I’m really thinking: the nutritionist

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th November 2017

Clients say, I want to improve my health when genuinely they crave a better form but wont said here today for fright of appearing vain I often sit in the clinic chair feeling embarrassed or frustrated. Flustered because the nutrition industry has let so many beings down so badly; annoyed at how resistant people are […]

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Why do we eat lunch at our tables? Because capitalism

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th November 2017

Lunch as we know it today has derived from its humble sources, but efficiency has always been its genuine visiting card. Get ready for a future of heartbreaking table meal-replacement liquor lunches What are you having for lunch? A store-bought sandwich that deteriorates all over your keyboard as you digest the most recent depressing nature […]

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The Silicon Valley execs who don’t eat for periods: ‘It’s not dieting, it’s biohacking’

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th November 2017

Techies are pushing current trends of sporadic fasting for weight loss realise favourite by foods like the 5:2 plan to the extreme. Are they crazy? The last-place era any food delivered Phil Libin’s cheeks was a era ago, where reference is feed yakitori at a restaurant in San Francisco’s Mission district. He’ll next dine in […]

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‘Wow , no cow’: the Swedish farmer employing oats to stimulate milk

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th November 2017

Swedish liquors company facilitates farmer alter away from livestock farming and cut climate impact with his own oat milk brand Adam Arnesson, 27, is not your customary milk producer. For starters, he doesn’t have any dairy kine. Our first photo opportunity is in the middle of one of his the sectors of oats. Until last […]

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