What Does “Gut Diversity” Mean?

If you know a thing or two about gut bacteria (and chances are you do if you’re reading this) then…

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National Women’s Health & Fitness Day + 3 Quick Tips

Over the last 30 years we have seen big improvements in women’s health, including fewer deaths from heart disease, a…

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Study: Diet More Effective than Drugs for Heart Health

We know from previous studies that following a Mediterranean-style diet may help reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke and…

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Is Your Gut Getting in the Way of a Good Night’s Rest?

Recently we’ve been hearing a lot about the gut-brain connection—the natural link between your digestive tract and your brain that…

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Want a Healthy Heart? Focus on the Right Foods, Study Says

With so many studies out there telling us what not to eat, we sometimes forget to focus on those foods…

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Curious about the MIND Diet? A Brief Intro + 10 Key Food Groups

We often hear about the benefits of the Mediterranean diet for cardiovascular and total-body health. However, new research has taken…

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Unhealthy Fats Linked to Inflammation, Metabolic Syndrome

Researchers from the University of Vermont have found that a diet high in saturated fats triggers an abnormal inflammatory response in…

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What Does a Healthy Gut Eat? Here’s the Answer

It turns out that a Mediterranean-style diet isn’t just good for your heart; it’s also good for your gut, according…

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Recipe for a Healthy Heart: Fish at Least Twice a Week

Eating well is one of the most important steps we can take toward a healthy heart, and that includes eating…

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Study Links Mediterranean Diet & Healthy Aging

You can add healthy aging to the many benefits of the Mediterranean diet, which focuses on consuming plenty of healthy…

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Healthy Diet Linked to Type 2 Diabetes Prevention

In a joint review conducted by Joslin Diabetes Center and Harvard School of Public Health, researchers found that diet and…

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