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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Let’s Talk Fiber—Starting with the Basics

Dietary fiber is essential to a healthy diet, but it’s more than just good digestion that fiber plays a role…

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High-protein Diet Linked to Healthy Weight

Previous research has pointed to a diet rich in protein to help with weight management, and a new study may…

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Rising Obesity Rates Linked to Diabetes, Poor Heart Health

Obesity continues to be one of our most prominent health challenges, affecting more than a third of all adults in…

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Eat These Foods for a Healthy Weight, Study Says

Scientists now predict that by 2025, one in every five people in the world will be obese—primarily the result of…

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Gut Bacteria May One Day Help Prevent Heart Disease

Dr. Jingyuan Fu believes we still have a lot to learn about gut bacteria and its link to heart health.…

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Try this Delicious, Protein-Packed Breakfast Frittata

Researchers from the University of Missouri found that eating a high-protein breakfast helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels and helps…

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A Shot of Spinach a Day Keeps the Cravings Away

Professor Charlotte Erlanson-Albertsson and a team of researchers at Lund University in Sweden have identified a natural component known as…

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“The Little Book of Thin” Loves Renew Life

And we love author and nutritionist Lauren Slayton! Lauren is the founder of New York City-based Foodtrainers™ and her book,…

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