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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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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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High-pitched staple diet ‘could prevent type 1 diabetes’

Published in Odd and Fun on 7th November 2017

Animal trials hint that short-chain fatty battery-acids produced by a fibre-rich diet could protect against early-onset diabetes Scientists have raised hope for the prevention of early-onset diabetes in children after a fibre-rich nutrition was found to protect swine from the disease. More than 20 million people worldwide referred to by adolescent, or sort 1, diabetes, […]

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Why Early Risers Tend To Be Healthier

Published in Odd and Fun on 26th October 2017

The early bird gets the worm — and the vegetables, fruits and lean proteins, according to an analysis of data from more than 850,000 Jawbone UP fitness trackers from around the world.( Worms might weigh as a lean protein , now that we think about it .) In a report on sleep and nutrition secreted […]

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Meet the cook who’s discrediting detox, foods and wellness

Published in Odd and Fun on 26th October 2017

Anthony Warner alias blogger became author the Angry Chef is on a mission to confront the alternative points smothering nutritional cults and myths A few minutes into my encounter with the Angry Chef, I begin to wonder if his name might be ironic, like the big person whose friends announce him Tiny. On the basis […]

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Why we fell for clean eating

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th October 2017

The long read: The oh-so-Instagrammable meat shift has been exhaustively debunked but it shows no signs of going away. The real issue is why we were so hopeless to believe it In the spring of 2014, Jordan Younger noticed that her “hairs-breadth” was falling out in gobs. Not cool was her reaction. At the time, […]

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I Depart Dairy-Free Like Khlo Kardashian And This Is What Went Down

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th September 2017

As some of you may have noticed, Ive been very much about fad diets lately. I did my own tea cleanse thatended in tragedy, dehydration and a burning assh* le. But that didnot dissuade me.So here I am, back again with another wild endeavor. This time, I’m get a healthier street. I promise. Im not […]

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What I’m really thinking: the nutritionist

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th September 2017

Clients say, I want to improve my health when really they want a better mas but wont say it for suspicion of examining vain I often sit in the clinic chair detecting embarrassed or annoyed. Embarrassed because the nutrition industry has let so many people down so badly; forestalled at how resistant beings are to […]

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What you gain and fail with banquet substitutions

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th September 2017

( CNN) The banquet replacement company Soylent offers grab-and-go alcohols and tables designed to be ingested in place of sitting down for a snack — but, for now, the company is advising a user to throw out its Soylent Bars. The bars ought to have constructing some people sick, according to reports, and the company […]

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The carbohydrate scheme | Ian Leslie

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th September 2017

The long speak: In 1972, a British scientist reverberated alarm systems that carbohydrate and not fat was the greatest danger to our health. But his findings were ridiculed and his reputation spoilt. How did the worlds top nutrition scientists get it so wrong for so long? Robert Lustig is a paediatric endocrinologist at the University […]

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