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18.10.2019
16:56 Phys.orgMore than just whale food: Krill's influence on carbon dioxide and global climate

Antarctic krill are well-known for their role at the base of the Southern Ocean food web, where they're food for marine predators such as seals, penguins and whales.

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09:46 Technology.orgA secret in our saliva: Food and germs helped humans evolve into unique member of great apes

Two million years of eating meat and cooked food may have helped humans shift further from other great

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00:34 News-Medical.NetStudy shows link between high-fat diet and earlier appearance of Alzheimer's markers in the brain

Once it begins, Alzheimer's disease progresses systematically and aggressively, attacking victims on multiple fronts. But scientists studying the disease operate the same way - like Kent State University's own Gemma Casadesus Smith, Ph.D.

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17.10.2019
23:47 News-Medical.NetKeto diet may cause skin problems

Researchers from Austria have found that ketogenic diets could affect psoriasis-like skin inflammation in mice. They noted that keto diets including medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) such as coconut along with omega-3 fatty acids obtained from nuts and seeds and fish oil could be a recipe for psoriasis exacerbation. They speculated that this could be true for humans as well. The study titled, “The Influence of Ketogenic Diets on Psoriasiform-Like Skin Inflammation,” was published this week in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology.

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23:45 News-Medical.NetModern humans do not tend to gain weight from emotional eating after a bad breakup

That pint of ice cream after a nasty breakup may not do as much damage as you think. Despite the emotional turmoil, people on average do not report gaining weight after a relationship dissolution, according to new research.

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23:35 News-Medical.NetRaw pet food a risk for humans and animals

The team wrote, “Feeding pets raw meat-based diets (RMBDs) has become increasingly popular but may constitute a risk due to the contamination with pathogenic and antimicrobial-resistant (AMR) bacteria.”

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22:31 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Why raw dog food could be harmful for pets and owners alike

Researchers have found that some raw dog food products harbor harmful bacteria that could cause infections both in dogs and their human family members.

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21:56 Washingtonpost Speaking-of-scienceA marmot’s final moment before becoming fox food won an award — and tells us about climate change

Yongqing Bao captured an image just before the two animals clashed which caught the judges eyes for everything it conveyed.

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19:58 ScienceDaily.comBad break-ups may not trigger weight gain from emotional eating

That pint of ice cream after a nasty breakup may not do as much damage as you think. Despite the emotional turmoil, people on average do not report gaining weight after a relationship dissolution, according to new research.

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19:46 Nature.ComDaily briefing: Raw meat dog food can be bad for both canines and humans

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19:36 News-Medical.NetSemantic memory deficits linked to eating disorders in patients with dementia

For the first time, it has been shown that deficits of semantic memory, an ability we use to recognize objects and use them correctly, are involved in specific eating disorders shared by patients suffering from dementia.

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18:59 News-Medical.NetLack of physician training about eating disorders leading to avoidable deaths

A recent article in the British Medical Journal highlighted a United Kingdom parliamentary report indicating that avoidable deaths are occurring due to lack of physician training about eating disorders in the National Health System.

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18:36 CNBC health careFood giant Nestle pivots to gain a foothold in the personal nutrition market

Nestle is pivoting to carve a niche in the medical food business. On Thursday the company reported sales of $68.4 billion for the first nine months of the year and remains on track for its target of mid-single-digit expansion in 2020.

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17:48 ScienceDaily.comHow do ketogenic diets affect skin inflammation?

Not all fats are equal in how they affect our skin, according to a new study. The investigators found that different ketogenic diets impacted skin inflammation differently in psoriasiform-like skin inflammation in mice. Ketogenic diets heavy in medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) such as coconut, especially in combination with omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil and plant sources like nuts and seeds, exacerbated psoriasis.

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16:07 ScienceDaily.comA secret in saliva: Food and germs helped humans evolve into unique member of great apes

Researchers discovered that the human diet -- a result of increased meat consumption, cooking and agriculture -- has led to stark differences in the saliva of humans compared to that of other primates.

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14:32 Reuters.com HealthTyson Foods bans growth drug from U.S. hog supply as meat firms chase China demand

Tyson Foods Inc in February will stop buying U.S. hogs raised with a growth drug banned by China, the company said on Thursday, as global meat suppliers seek an edge in boosting sales to Chinese buyers facing a huge pork shortage due to an outbreak of a fatal pig disease.

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11:33 Technology.orgUC Riverside helps secure the future of food

If you’re eating fruits, nuts, grains, or vegetables in a few years, you’ll likely owe a debt of

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08:51 News-Medical.NetStudy underlines the importance of composition of fatty acids in diet

Not all fats are equal in how they affect our skin, according to a new study in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, published by Elsevier.

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02:24 ScienceMag.orgWant to put your dog on a raw meat diet? It could be dangerous for it, and you

More than 70% of raw pet food found to contain “worrisome” levels of bacteria

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16.10.2019
23:00 Phys.orgA secret in saliva: Food and germs helped humans evolve into unique member of great apes

Two million years of eating meat and cooked food may have helped humans shift further from other great apes on the evolutionary tree. The evidence is in our saliva, according to new research from the University at Buffalo.

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22:46 FightAging.OrgIncreased Insulin Sensitivity is Not Required for Extension of Healthy Life Span in Mice via Calorie Restriction

The biochemistry surrounding insulin and insulin signaling is very well studied in the context of aging. A number of ways to slow aging in laboratory species involve directly manipulating these signaling pathways. Calorie restriction, like a number of other methods of slowing aging, improves insulin sensitivity, and the consensus in the research community has been that some fraction of the benefits to health and longevity that result from a restricted calorie intake are derived from this change to insulin metabolism. Today's open access paper provides evidence to suggest, surprisingly, that this is not in fact the case. It is possible to block this part of the calorie restriction response, and the effect on health and longevity is much the same. What, then, are the mechanisms […]

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22:12 News-Medical.NetResearchers develop affordable, reliable paper-based sensor to detect iron levels in fortified foods

Many low-income countries have turned to mass food fortification programs to address nutrient deficiencies in their populations. But many of these programs lack the resources needed to determine if the appropriate amount of nutrients is consistently present in those food products.

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21:58 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: What foods relieve nausea?

Some people may not feel like eating while they are nauseated, but some foods can help settle the stomach and relieve feelings of nausea. Learn more in this article.

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20:17 ScienceDaily.comNew paper-based technology allows reliable, low-cost sensing of iron levels in fortified foods

Researchers have developed an affordable, reliable paper-based sensor that works with a cellphone app to detect levels of iron in fortified food products.

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19:58 Phys.orgNew paper-based technology allows reliable, low-cost sensing of iron levels in fortified foods

Many low-income countries have turned to mass food fortification programs to address nutrient deficiencies in their populations. But many of these programs lack the resources needed to determine if the appropriate amount of nutrients is consistently present in those food products.

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19:11 Yahoo ScienceFido s raw meat pet food may be loaded with harmful bacteria: study

Increasingly popular raw meat meals for dogs and cats may be full of multi-drug resistant bacteria, posing a serious risk to animals and humans, scientists reported Wednesday. "It is really worrying that we found EBSL-producing bacteria in over 60 percent of samples," said first author Magdalena Nuesch-Inderbinen, a researcher at the University of Zurich, referring to an enzyme that renders some antibiotics ineffective. Sales of raw pet food -- sometimes called "biologically appropriate raw food", or BARF -- have soared in recent years, especially for dogs.

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19:04 ScienceDaily.comHow hunger makes food tastier: A neural circuit in the hypothalamus

Using optogenetic and chemogenetic techniques, researchers have identified brain circuits underlying hunger-induced changes in the preferences for sweet and aversive tastes in mice. These circuits involved Agouti-related peptide-expressing neurons, which projected to glutamate neurons in the lateral hypothalamus. From there, glutamate neurons projecting to the lateral septum increased sweetness preferences, and glutamate neurons projecting to the lateral habenula decreased sensitivity to aversive tastes.

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16:40 News-Medical.NetKids with celiac disease and allergic inflammatory disorder may not need to remove soy from their diets

Children who have both celiac disease and an associated allergic inflammatory disorder may not need to permanently remove soy from their diets to reduce scarring in the esophagus, according to new research from the University of Chicago Medicine.

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14:20 Nature.ComCounting the hidden $12-trillion cost of a broken food system

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11:13 BBC HealthMum left without food for 10 days after Calea safety alert

Jenny Evans is fed intravenously, but says a lack of deliveries left her without essential nutrition.

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10:39 Phys.orgFido's raw meat pet food may be loaded with harmful bacteria: study

Increasingly popular raw meat meals for dogs and cats may be full of multi-drug resistant bacteria, posing a serious risk to animals and humans, scientists reported Wednesday.

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15.10.2019
22:14 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Gut bacteria may counter the harmful effects of processed foods

A new mouse study identifies a specific bacterium that lives in our gut and breaks down harmful chemicals from processed foods into harmless byproducts.

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22:14 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Drinks, not food, with added sugar promote weight gain

Research finds that adding sucrose to drinks increases calorie intake and weight gain in mice, but adding the same amount in solid form to food does not.

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17:20 News-Medical.NetUNICEF: 'Unhealthy diets are damaging children’s health across the world'

A flagship report by UNICEF has warned that the number of children worldwide suffering as a result of poor diets and a failing food system is alarmingly high.

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17:11 Drugs.comAre You Eating More Calories Than You Think?

TUESDAY, Oct. 15, 2019 -- You've worked hard to curb mindless eating by not watching TV with a bag of chips in your lap, and you log everything you do eat in your smartphone app. But you could still be taking in more calories than you realize. The...

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16:18 Phys.orgWily tuberculosis bacteria can vary its diet to infect you longer

Worldwide, approximately one in four people is infected by Mycobacterium tuberculosis and while overall New Zealand has relatively low rates of TB, Māori and Pacific people are eight times more likely to be affected than Pākehā.

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14:05 ScientificAmerican.ComOur Food Systems Are in Crisis

It’s not just from climate change -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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13:21 CNBC technologyAmazon is eating into Google's dominance in search ads

Amazon's search ad revenue is climbing as many consumers search for products on the platform.

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12:15 NYT HealthCan Eating Red Fruits and Vegetables Lead to Healthier Sperm?

Lycopene, a red plant pigment found in tomatoes, watermelons and pink grapefruits, improved some measures of sperm quality.

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09:02 DnaIndia.comWorld Food Day: How food bloggers are making our meals Insta-ready!

Thanks to the blossoming field of food blogging, introducing one and all to all the latest turns, twists and tangs in food

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00:21 Yahoo ScienceNevada health officials are fighting to stop the spread of Zombie deer disease. But you could already be eating infected meat without knowing it, one researcher warns.

"Zombie deer disease," which kills deer and elk, has already been reported in 24 states. Health officials are trying to stop its spread in Nevada.

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14.10.2019
17:39 Drugs.comPut Safety First When Planning to Pack Food-to-Go

MONDAY, Oct. 14, 2019 -- Whether you're tailgating, cooking for a potluck or bringing in a treat for co-workers, keep safety in mind to avoid food-borne illnesses. Safe handling is always important, but it's an even bigger priority when you're away...

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17:11 News-Medical.NetDiet a significant factor in acne outbreaks, finds pioneering new study

An unhealthy diet, a high level of stress, and extreme skincare routines were the most significant factors related to acne breakouts.

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16:22 LiveScience.comShould You Eat Red Meat?

Over the past few years, studies have indicated eating red is bad for your health, but a new study seems to reverse that. So what should you do?

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12:16 NYT HealthFive Reasons the Diet Soda Myth Won’t Die

Repeated studies on a health bogeyman help explain wider problems with food research.

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12:05 NYT ScienceFive Reasons the Diet Soda Myth Won’t Die

Repeated studies on a health bogeyman help explain wider problems with food research.

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09:39 Technology.orgResearch Brief: Minneapolis and St. Paul convenience stores increased healthy food options, improving access in low-income areas

Many lower-income and racially diverse communities in the U.S. lack easy access to healthy foods from large grocery

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13.10.2019
21:53 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Can simply naming vegetables differently increase healthful eating?

New research examines how using more appetizing words to describe healthful foods affects eating choices and finds that the wording can go a long way.

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12.10.2019
23:58 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Can more vegetarian options tempt carnivores away from meat?

New research shows how our environment shapes our food choices by looking into the impact of simply adding extra vegetarian options to the menu.

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17:48 Yahoo ScienceAirline Food Waste Is a Problem. Can Banana Leaves Be Part of the Solution?

From disposable headphones and plastic cutlery to food scraps and toilet waste, the average airline passenger leaves behind over 3 pounds of garbage, according to one estimate. To get travelers and airlines thinking -- and talking -- about that rather large pile of trash, a British design firm has refashioned the economy meal tray, replacing plastic with renewable materials such as coffee grounds, banana leaves and coconut wood.Jo Rowan is the associate strategy director of the firm, PriestmanGoode, which has spent more than two decades applying design thinking to the air travel experience, including airport lounges and cabin seating.Now, she said, the firm is turning its attention to the less "glamorous" side of things."Onboard waste is a big issue," she said. "Knowing that you have 4 billion passengers per year, it

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03:16 Drugs.comWhat Foods Are Most Likely to Cause Acne Breakouts?

FRIDAY, Oct. 11, 2019 -- Certain eating habits, high levels of stress and exposure to pollution are among the greatest factors associated with acne, researchers say. They studied links to acne in more than 6,700 people from six countries in Europe...

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02:37 News-Medical.NetPrescription drug nonadherence linked to food insecurity, study shows

Food insecurity is linked to higher disease rates but not much is known about the reasons for this. A new study of more than 10,000 Canadian households shows that this connection may be at least partially attributed to lack of access to prescription medication.

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11.10.2019
22:43 Reuters.com ScienceU.S. regulators allow genetically modified cotton as human food source

U.S. regulators on Friday gave the green light for genetically modified cotton to be used for human consumption, paving the way for a protein-packed new food source - edible cottonseed that tastes a bit like chickpeas - that its developers said could help tackle global malnutrition.

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12:38 BBC HealthThe vegetarian Maasai: Life in a culture based around meat

Meat is an essential part of daily life for Kenya's Maasai. But Anthony Mututua is a rare vegetarian.

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10:09 Phys.orgNew research says changes in driver shifts and pick-up choices for food delivery services can boost profits

The food delivery business, popularized by mobile online services such as Grubhub, OrderUp, and DoorDash, has become a $200 billion industry, which is expected to grow by more than 15% annually over the next five years. New research published in the INFORMS journal Transportation Science reveals how food delivery businesses can implement changes in driver shifts and order delivery structures that can decrease costs and contribute to higher profits.

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07:35 News-Medical.NetSizing and scheduling delivery capacity can boost profits for food delivery businesses

The food delivery business, popularized by mobile online services such as Grubhub, OrderUp, and DoorDash, has become a $200 billion industry, which is expected to grow by more than 15% annually over the next five years.

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04:17 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Depression: Brief change in diet may relieve symptoms

The role of nutrition in depression is an area of increasing research. A recent study tries a 3-week nutritional intervention and reports some success.

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10.10.2019
21:31 ScienceMag.orgA fridge made from a rubber band? Twisted elastic fibers could cool your food

“Twistocaloric” effect could usher in new wave of cooling technology free of greenhouse gases

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21:30 News-Medical.NetResearchers show how food estrogen migrates through the placenta

The human fetus is considered to be particularly sensitive to environmental contaminants. A team led by Benedikt Warth from the Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Vienna and Tina Bürki from the Swiss Materials Science and Technology Institute, Empa, has now been able to demonstrate for the first time how the widespread food estrogen zearalenone behaves in the womb.

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19:02 ScienceDaily.comFood comas and long-term memories: New research points to an appetizing connection

There may be a connection between food comas -- resting after eating -- and the formation of long-term memories, a team of neuroscientists concludes based on its study on brain activity in sea slugs.

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18:53 News-Medical.NetMediterranean style diet found to relieve symptoms of depression

A new study has added to the existing evidence that a healthy and balanced diet could help reduce the symptoms of depression.

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18:30 Reuters.com HealthHealthier diet may help lift depression symptoms

(Reuters Health) - Young adults who eat poorly and feel blue might be able to perk themselves up by switching to a healthier diet, a small study suggests.

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18:01 ScienceDaily.comReview of 96 healthy eating studies finds 'nudges' yield best changes in eating habits

A gentle nudge in the right direction is sometimes all people need. In this case, new research finds it works when it comes to promoting healthy eating.

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17:53 News-Medical.NetEating home-cooked meals reduces exposure to harmful chemicals, researchers say

Researchers have found that people reduce their exposure to harmful synthetic chemicals if they cook home-cooked meals rather than eat takeaways or at restaurants.

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17:38 ScienceDaily.comRandomized controlled trial suggests healthier diet may directly reduce depression

Young adults with depression whose diet is usually unhealthy showed significantly fewer symptoms of depression after eating a healthy diet for three weeks, according to a new study.

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13:19 ScienceNewsDaily.orgIsrael cave bones: Early humans 'conserved food to eat later'

Prehistoric humans had not previously been thought capable of such dietary planning.

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11:08 Technology.orgHuman gut microbes could make processed foods healthier

A new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis sheds light on how human gut

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04:14 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: What are the best foods to aid digestion?

Eating certain foods can make it easier for the digestive system to work. In this article, we discuss some foods that are good for digestion and list some foods to avoid.

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00:15 News-Medical.NetNudge works when it comes to promoting healthy eating, study finds

A gentle nudge in the right direction is sometimes all people need. In this case, new research in the INFORMS journal Marketing Science finds it works when it comes to promoting healthy eating.

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00:03 News-Medical.NetStudy sheds light on how human gut microbes break down processed foods

A new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis sheds light on how human gut microbes break down processed foods - especially potentially harmful chemical changes often produced during modern food manufacturing processes.

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00:00 ScienceDaily.comHuman gut microbes could make processed foods healthier

A new study sheds light on how human gut microbes break down processed foods -- especially potentially harmful chemical changes often produced during modern food manufacturing processes.

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09.10.2019
22:22 Drugs.comAHA News: High Triglycerides Caused a Diet Change – at Age 10

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, 2019 (American Heart Association News) -- Like many 10-year-olds, Lara Asch loved burgers and fries, pasta and pizza. Although she was staying active with gym classes at school, plus tennis and dance, her body began to show signs...

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22:22 Drugs.comCould Eating Healthier Be a Natural Antidepressant?

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, 2019 -- Kids have long heard the refrain: Eat your vegetables to grow up big and strong. But a healthy diet may make you happier, too, according to Australian researchers. That was the effect eating healthier had in a small study...

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22:04 ScienceDaily.comAntibiotic resistance in food animals nearly tripled since 2000

Researchers report that the growing appetite for animal protein in low- to middle-income countries has resulted in a smorgasbord of antibiotic consumption for livestock that has nearly tripled the occurrence of antibiotic resistance in disease-causing bacteria between 2000 and 2018. The researchers found that antibiotic resistance in livestock was most widespread in China and India, with Brazil and Kenya emerging as new hotspots.

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21:40 NewScientist.ComAncient humans planned ahead and stored bones to eat the marrow later

Patterns of markings from skinning preserved bones are the first evidence that humans living 200,000 to 400,000 years ago stored food to eat later

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21:10 LiveScience.comCan Eating a Healthy Diet Really Help Treat Depression?

A study suggests that an improved diet can help relieve depressive symptoms, but an expert points out major weaknesses in the trial.

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21:08 Medscape.ComHealthy Eating May Cut Depression in Young Adults

Simple, easy to follow dietary recommendations can improve depressive symptoms in young adults with unhealthy eating habits, a new randomized control trial shows.

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20:35 Drugs.comAHA News: High Triglycerides Caused a Diet Change – at Age 10

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, 2019 (American Heart Association News) -- Like many 10-year-olds, Lara Asch loved burgers and fries, pasta and pizza. Although she was staying active with gym classes at school, plus tennis and dance, her body began to show signs...

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18:12 Phys.orgHuman gut microbes could make processed foods healthier

A new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis sheds light on how human gut microbes break down processed foods—especially potentially harmful chemical changes often produced during modern food manufacturing processes.

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17:43 ScienceDaily.comDietary supplement from tomatoes discovered to boost sperm quality

Sperm quality can be improved with a simple diet supplement containing a compound found in cooked tomatoes, according to new research.

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16:36 Phys.orgInvestigators report arsonists using snack foods to start fires

High fat and calorie levels feed fire, tests conducted by the University of Greenwich show. Fire investigators learned about the potential for crisps to be used to start fires after talking to colleagues in the prison service, who were familiar with the technique.

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16:30 NewScientist.ComTakeaway food packaging may be source of synthetic chemicals in blood

The food packaging used in some takeaway and fast food meals, as well as microwave popcorn, appear to be a source of potentially harmful chemicals leaching into people’s bodies

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16:00 Phys.orgThese microbes 'eat' electrons for energy

The human body is populated by a greater number of microbes than its own cells. These microbes survive using metabolic pathways that vary drastically from those of humans.

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16:00 Phys.orgKangaroos and other herbivores are eating away at national parks across Australia

Protected land, including national parks, are a cornerstone of conservation. Once an area is legally protected, it is tempting to assume that it is shielded from further degradation.

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12:56 Technology.orgA New Meaning for Strip Steak: Making Red Meat Safer to Eat

Despite the rising popularity of plant-based burgers like the Impossible and Beyond, plenty of people still like the real deal.

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08:45 News-Medical.NetStudy finds why people crave more high-fat foods after a sleepless night

When you're sleep deprived, you tend to reach for doughnuts, fries and pizza. A new Northwestern Medicine study has figured out why you crave more calorie-dense, high-fat foods after a sleepless night -- and how to help thwart those unhealthy choices.

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07:36 News-Medical.NetLack of sleep increases junk food cravings via nose-brain interactions

After a night without sleep, the hand reaches out almost automatically for anything rich, sweet and unhealthy – a change in food choice which could increase the body weight if practiced consistently over a significant period of time

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05:54 News-Medical.NetSimple diet supplement from tomatoes can improve sperm quality

Sperm quality can be improved with a simple diet supplement containing a compound found in cooked tomatoes, according to new research by the University of Sheffield.

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05:06 ScienceDaily.comWhy we crave junk food after a sleepless night

When you're sleep deprived, you reach for doughnuts and pizza. A new study has figured out why you crave more calorie-dense, high-fat foods after a sleepless night. Blame it on your sleepy nose -- or olfactory system. First, it goes into hyperdrive, sharpening the food odors for the brain. But then there is a breakdown in communication with brain areas that receive food signals. Then decisions about what to eat change.

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00:37 Drugs.comEating Disorders Linked to Suicide Risk

TUESDAY, Oct. 8, 2019 -- Eating disorders, serious medical conditions that few report, may trigger suicide attempts, three new studies show. Research lead by Tomoko Udo, an assistant professor of health policy, management and behavior at the...

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00:03 Yahoo ScienceAstronauts just printed meat in space for the first time — and it could change the way we grow food on Earth

A spacecraft with vials of cow cells landed at the International Space Station in September. From there, cosmonauts fed the vials into a 3D printer.

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08.10.2019
22:59 ScienceDaily.comDNA metabarcoding useful for analyzing human diet

A new study demonstrates that DNA metabarcoding provides a promising new method for tracking human plant intake, suggesting that similar approaches could be used to characterize the animal and fungal components of human diets. The study demonstrated that dietary plant DNA can be amplified and sequenced from human stool using methods commonly applied to wildlife studies.

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21:38 ScienceDaily.comCheap as chips: Identifying plant genes to ensure food security

Scientists have developed a new approach enabling researchers to more efficiently identify the genes that control plant traits. This method will enable plant breeders and scientists to develop more affordable, desirable, and sustainable plant varieties. The application will be most valuable for the fruit, vegetable and grain crops that are critical for global food security and human nutrition.

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20:45 Drugs.comPressuring Kids to Diet Can Backfire, Damaging Long-Term Health

TUESDAY, Oct. 8, 2019 -- Parents want the best for their children. Eat well. Get enough sleep. Exercise. But sometimes pressuring your teen to diet or lose weight may end up harming them, a new study suggests. It found that parents who urge their...

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20:09 Phys.orgDNA metabarcoding useful for analyzing human diet

A new study demonstrates that DNA metabarcoding provides a promising new method for tracking human plant intake, suggesting that similar approaches could be used to characterize the animal and fungal components of human diets. The study, published in the journal mSystems, demonstrated that dietary plant DNA can be amplified and sequenced from human stool using methods commonly applied to wildlife studies.

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19:31 Medscape.ComDieting Doesn't Have to Be Drastic to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

Study suggests a "window of opportunity" in the first few years after diagnosis of type 2 diabetes during which modest weight loss, without need for extreme calorie restriction, can lead to remission.

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18:58 Phys.orgCheap as chips: identifying plant genes to ensure food security

An international team of scientists led by the University of Goettingen has developed a new approach that enables researchers to more efficiently identify the genes that control plant traits. This method will enable plant breeders and scientists to develop more affordable, desirable, and sustainable plant varieties. The application will be most valuable for the fruit, vegetable and grain crops that not only end up on our dinner table, but are also critical for global food security and human nutrition. The research was published in BMC Plant Biology.

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17:09 Drugs.comA Cool-Season Comfort Food Without Lots of Calories

TUESDAY, Oct. 8, 2019 -- If you've been relegating parsnips to the stock pot (their sweetness enhances both chicken and vegetable broth) or have been skipping over them altogether, you're missing out on a hearty side-dish choice for fall evenings...

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09:51 Phys.orgUrban, home gardens could help curb food insecurity, health problems

Food deserts are an increasingly recognized problem in the United States, but a new study from the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior indicates urban and home gardens—combined with nutrition education—could be a path toward correcting that disadvantage.

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07:42 Zdnet.comKT to apply blockchain for halal food authentication

Consumers will be able to use KT's blockchain platform to authenticate whether the food they bought is halal, the telco claims.

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