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18.08.2022
05:22 News-Medical.Net Eating disorders could be treated by modulating gut microbiota

Researchers describe how the gut-brain axis facilitates communication between the gastrointestinal tract and brain to regulate food consumption behaviors.

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04:52 News-Medical.Net Eating grapes may reduce the risk of fatty liver disease

In a recent study published in the journal Foods, eating grapes can extend life expectancy by five years and reduce non-alcoholic fatty liver disease risk in mice fed high-fat diets.

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17.08.2022
23:30 NewScientist.Com Ancient megalodon shark could eat a whale in just a few bites

The first 3D reconstruction of a huge, ancient shark called megalodon suggests it was even bigger than previously thought

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22:13 Phys.org Indigenous youth film project turns the lens on nutrition and food security

A unique initiative is helping Indigenous people in India exchange knowledge about locally available foods to improve dietary diversity—part of the UN Sustainable Development Goal related to food security and nutrition.

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21:03 Phys.org New 3D model shows: Megalodon could eat prey the size of entire killer whales

The reconstructed megalodon (Otodus megalodon) was 16 meters long and weighed more than 61 tons. It was estimated that it swam at around 1.4 meters per second, required over 98,000 kilo calories every day and had a stomach volume of almost 10,000 liters. These results suggest that the megalodon could travel long distances and was capable of eating whole prey up to 8 meters long. Notably, this is the size of modern killer whales, today's top ocean predator. An ability to eat large apex predators of comparable size millions of years ago places megalodon at a higher trophic level than modern top predators.

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21:03 Phys.org Climate-resilient breadfruit might be the food of the future

In the face of climate change, breadfruit soon might come to a dinner plate near you.

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20:43 Phys.org Fast-growing poplars can release land for food production

Researchers at Stockholm University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences have developed a novel value chain for production of textile and bio-fuel from fast-growing poplars. By applying sustainable catalysis on these poplars grown on marginal land in Nordic climates, the demand for cotton can be reduced. Consequently, considerable areas of productive agricultural land can be converted from cotton to food production.

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16:13 LiveScience.com GERD diet: The best and worst foods for acid reflux

Struggling with acid reflux? Find out how the GERD diet could help to ease symptoms

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15:42 News-Medical.Net Experts assert the need to amplify "food first" and "no needle" messages among all athletes

Intravenous (IV) nutrition, which used to be considered a treatment of 'last resort', is threatening to become the norm for competitive athletes, despite no scientific evidence that it works or that it is safe, warn experts in an editorial, published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

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10:52 News-Medical.Net BSACI develops a guideline for diagnosing and managing pollen food syndrome

People with Pollen Food Syndrome (PFS)-;also known as oral allergy syndrome or pollen food allergy syndrome-;experience an allergic reaction when consuming raw plant foods, and triggers can vary depending on an individual's pollen sensitization, which in turn is affected by geographical location. The British Society of Allergy & Clinical Immunology Standards of Care Committee has developed a guideline for diagnosing and managing PFS.

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05:51 News-Medical.Net Using cameras and filmmaking skills to improve dietary diversity among Indigenous people in India

A unique initiative is helping Indigenous people in India exchange knowledge about locally available foods to improve dietary diversity - part of the UN Sustainable Development Goal related to food security and nutrition.

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05:15 Yahoo Tech Eat Just bags $25M, gets Alibaba's help to sell alternative protein in China

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16.08.2022
23:23 Phys.org The early bird gets the fruit: Fossil provides earliest evidence of fruit-eating by any animal

Hundreds of animals eat fruit, from toucans to fruit bats to maned wolves to humans. But most fruit-bearing plants evolved relatively recently in Earth's history, showing up for the first time in the Cretaceous, the final period of the dinosaurs. In a new paper in eLife, scientists have tracked down the first fossil evidence of fruit consumption by comparing the skull shapes and stomach contents of fossil birds. The verdict: the earliest-known fruit-eater was an early bird called Jeholornis that lived 120 million years ago, and it may have helped contribute to the spread of the plants that dominate the world today.

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23:10 Nature.Com Healthy foods, COVID rebound — the week in infographics

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21:21 MedicalNewsToday.com Dietary salt substitutes may lower risk of heart disease, stroke, all-cause death

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19:24 9to5google.com New Pixel At a Glance feature can show status of ‘Food and household orders’ 

After adding a Commute toggle for traffic, the Pixel’s At a Glance widget has now introduced a setting to get the “Delivery and pickup status” of “Food and household orders.” more… The post New Pixel At a Glance feature can show status of ‘Food and household orders’  appeared first on 9to5Google.

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19:20 NewScientist.Com Europe’s extreme drought is exacerbating food and energy crises

Rain forecast this week will not be enough to end Europe's drought, which could be the worst the continent has had in 500 years.

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15:02 News-Medical.Net Randomized clinical food trials: Best clinical practice, quality management & data processing

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14:10 Nature.Com Food security: embed equity in new targets

Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as News and Views, reviews, news, features, commentaries, web focuses and more, covering all branches of science and how science impacts upon all aspects of society and life.

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13:12 CNBC technology Chinese food delivery giant Meituan tanks 9% after Tencent reportedly plans to divest $24 billion stake

Tencent, which owns 17% of Meituan, is planning to placate domestic regulators and cash in on its eight-year-old investment, Reuters reported.

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15.08.2022
23:21 MedicalNewsToday.com Even a 2-minute walk after a meal may help reduce risk of type 2 diabetes

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20:10 NewScientist.Com AI that recommends diets based on the microbiome relieves constipation

People with chronic constipation who ate an AI-recommended diet for six weeks had an average 2.5-fold increase in weekly complete bowel movements

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19:20 NewScientist.Com A large nuclear war could leave 5 billion people without enough to eat

The after-effects of nuclear war would be catastrophic for agriculture. Simulations show billions of people could starve depending on the size of the conflict

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16:55 Yahoo Tech Your future shrimp meal could come from Atarraya’s farming technology

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16:43 Phys.org Which diet will help save our planet: Climatarian, flexitarian, vegetarian or vegan?

The food we consume has a massive impact on our planet. Agriculture takes up half the habitable land on Earth, destroys forests and other ecosystems and produces a quarter of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. Meat and dairy specifically accounts for around 14.5% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

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16:23 LiveScience.com Plant-based diet: What to eat, health benefits and tips

Everything you need to know about following a plant-based diet, including risks and deficiencies

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15:43 Phys.org Shortening the juvenile period for citrus crops to improve food stability

Citrus represents important commercial fruit crops worldwide. The juvenile period of citrus ranges from 6 to 20 years, seriously hindering conventional breeding and heredity improvement. Furthermore, the selection of ideal commercial and cultural traits through traditional breeding methods is time consuming. Shortening of the juvenile period and early flowering have therefore always been important breeding goals for citrus. Previous studies have confirmed that Flowering Locus T (FT) protein acts as a florigen, a mobile flower-inducing signal that is synthesized in leaves and then transported to meristems. Several studies have shown that citrus FT can shorten the juvenile period and participate in seasonal flowering. However, it remains unclear whether these FT proteins or mRNAs are mobile in citrus and can shorten the juvenile period.

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12:12 NYT Science Death Valley’s Invasive Donkeys Have Become Cat Food

Feral burros wreck wetlands in the desert national park. But a study found that when mountain lions prey on them, the donkeys may help some terrain thrive.

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12.08.2022
20:55 Yahoo Tech Nothing negative about Positive Food’s meal expansion plan after $7M investment

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18:45 Yahoo Tech Whole Foods CEO says 'socialists are taking over' in the US and young people in liberal cities 'don't seem like they want to work'

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17:03 ExtremeTech.com Amazon to Expand its Palm-Print Checkout System to Whole Foods Stores

Amazon is expanding the rollout of its touchless, palm-based identification system known as Amazon One. The post Amazon to Expand its Palm-Print Checkout System to Whole Foods Stores appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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13:41 News-Medical.Net What is the association between diet of lactating mothers and breast milk oxidant-antioxidant status?

Researchers assessed the association between maternal diet and the oxidant-antioxidant status in breast milk.

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11.08.2022
19:34 Yahoo Tech Kuri is an app that wants to reduce your food's carbon footprint

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19:23 Drugs.com Vegetarian Women at Higher Odds for Hip Fracture

THURSDAY, Aug. 11, 2022 -- Record numbers of people are turning to plant-based diets to take advantage of the many health benefits they offer, but this may come at the expense of their bones, a new study suggests. Exactly what did researchers find?...

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18:03 Phys.org All the better to better eat you with: Dinosaurs evolved different eye socket shapes to allow stronger bites

Large dinosaur predators, such as Tyrannosaurus rex, evolved different shapes of eye sockets to better deal with high bite forces, new research has shown.

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17:22 News-Medical.Net Quality Control in Food and Beverage Production

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15:22 MedicalNewsToday.com Boys just as likely as girls to engage in disordered eating, study shows

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15:11 CNN Health Homemade baby food contains as many toxic metals as store-bought options, report says

Toxic heavy metals are everywhere in the environment, so making your own baby food at home isn't going to keep them out of your baby's diet, according to a new report released exclusively to CNN.

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15:03 Technology.org Dietary salt substitutes lower risk of heart attack, stroke and death

Dietary salt substitutes lower the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death from all causes and cardiovascular disease,

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14:53 News-Medical.Net Women on vegetarian diet have higher risk of hip fracture compared to regular meat-eaters

A study of over 26,000 middle-aged UK women reveals those with a vegetarian diet had a 33% higher risk of hip fracture compared to regular meat-eaters.

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07:10 NewScientist.Com Vegetarian women have 33 per cent higher risk of breaking a hip

A large study tracking women in the UK finds that vegetarians have a higher risk of breaking a hip compared with women who eat any amount of meat

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06:12 News-Medical.Net How ultraprocessed foods affect gut microbiome and health

Researchers describe the association between the consumption of ultraprocessed foods and chronic medical conditions.

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05:02 News-Medical.Net A low-energy, high FODMAP diet in prediabetes and diabetes?

Researchers summarize the available knowledge on FODMAPs and suggest that they can play a role in the prevention and treatment of diabetes.

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10.08.2022
20:25 Yahoo Tech Amazon expands palm scanning payment tech to 65 more Whole Foods locations

The latest news and headlines from Yahoo! News. Get breaking news stories and in-depth coverage with videos and photos.

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19:24 Gizmodo.com Amazon's Creepy Palm Reading Payment System Is Taking Over Whole Foods

Amazon’s slowly making good on its goal of one day turning your entire body into one big money oozing meatsuit. First up, your palms. Read more...

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19:20 NewScientist.Com Sponges can ‘sneeze’ and other sea creatures eat their mucus

Despite having no nerves or muscles, sea sponges slowly contract to squeeze sand and debris out of the openings they feed through

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18:43 Phys.org Cats are eating NZ's critically endangered bats

New research by Department of Conservation staff confirms what has long been suspected—feral and domestic cats are repeatedly hunting and eating New Zealand's native bats, or pekapeka.

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18:03 LiveScience.com Low fat diet: what are the pros and cons?

Is a low fat diet actually healthy? We weigh up the evidence for and against cutting down your fat intake

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17:20 Nature.Com Healthier foods are better for the planet, mammoth study finds

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14:33 LiveScience.com Best meal delivery service 2022: Complete nutrition delivered to your door

These are the best meal delivery services we've tried, from heat-and-eat time options, to culinary homers

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12:43 Nanowerk.com Environmental impact of 57,000 multi-ingredient processed foods revealed

Scientists have published a study estimating the environmental impact of 57,000 food products in the UK and Ireland.

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12:43 Nanowerk.com Scientists offer blueprint for sustainable redesign of food systems

The researchers describe food systems designed not by the logic of growth such as efficiency and extraction, but by principles of sufficiency, regeneration, distribution, commons, and care.

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12:33 CNBC technology Deliveroo first-half losses widen as food delivery firm plans exit from the Netherlands

Deliveroo reported a pretax loss of £147.3 million in the first six months of the year, up 54% from the same period a year ago.

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09.08.2022
23:05 Yahoo Tech Amazon's palm payments arrive in more than 65 Whole Foods stores in California

The latest news and headlines from Yahoo! News. Get breaking news stories and in-depth coverage with videos and photos.

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19:42 MedicalNewsToday.com How eliminating certain foods can help ease eczema symptoms for some people

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19:23 Phys.org Scientists offer blueprint for sustainable redesign of food systems

New research describes food systems designed not by the logic of growth such as efficiency and extraction, but by principles of sufficiency, regeneration, distribution, commons, and care. It argues that food systems can instead be the foundation of healthy communities, ecologies and economies.

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18:13 Phys.org Study looks at food-buying behavior during different stages of COVID pandemic

A new study examines how Americans acquired food at various points during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how those activities changed over time as case numbers fluctuated and vaccines became available.

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17:14 Gizmodo.com The Candyman Can… Eat 3,500 Candies a Month

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17:11 Medscape.Com Early Time-Restricted Eating Ups Weight Loss, but Jury Still Out

Restricting eating to the hours of 7 AM to 3 PM was associated with greater weight loss than eating over a period of 12 hours or more, but study sample and duration were small.

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16:53 Phys.org Novel fluorescence sensing platform developed for visual monitoring of food safety

A research team led by Prof. Jiang Changlong from the Institute of Solid State, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has constructed a multi-emitting europium metal organic framework fluorophore for the visual detection of gallic acid (GA) through a portable sensing platform.

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16:13 Phys.org Rise of precision agriculture exposes food system to new threats

Farmers are adopting precision agriculture, using data collected by GPS, satellite imagery, internet-connected sensors and other technologies to farm more efficiently. While these practices could help increase crop yields and reduce costs, the technology behind the practices is creating opportunities for extremists, terrorists and adversarial governments to attack farming machinery, with the aim of disrupting food production.

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09:11 News-Medical.Net Study estimates the environmental impact of food and drink products in a standardized way

A study estimating the environmental impact of 57,000 food products in the UK and Ireland has been published this week in the journal PNAS by an Oxford-led research team .

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07:15 Yahoo Science Supermarket food could soon carry eco-labels - study

The latest news and headlines from Yahoo! News. Get breaking news stories and in-depth coverage with videos and photos.

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08.08.2022
22:03 Phys.org Environmental impact of 57,000 multi-ingredient processed foods revealed

A study estimating the environmental impact of 57,000 food products in the U.K. and Ireland has been published this week in the journal PNAS by an Oxford-led research team.

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21:52 MedicalNewsToday.com Weights vs. cardio for vegans: Which is better for bone health?

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20:53 Phys.org Oil-based systems show promise for eradicating Salmonella on food production machinery

Recent outbreaks of food-borne Salmonella have been associated with chocolate and peanut butter. Although Salmonella cannot grow in either of these low-water foods, the cells survive, becoming more resistant to heat treatment, which has contributed to recent outbreaks. New research published in Applied and Environmental Microbiology suggests that oil formulations with food-grade organic acids can kill dried Salmonella on stainless steel surfaces.

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20:11 News-Medical.Net College nutrition course increases healthier eating among students

Fast food and away-from-home meal consumption is associated with increasing obesity in adults; often an unhealthy dietary behavior established in the critical time frame of young adulthood.

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17:54 Drugs.com FDA Warns of Salmonella Danger in Darwin's Raw Cat Food

MONDAY, Aug. 8, 2022 -- Cat owners should not feed their pets certain lots of Darwin's Natural Pet Products, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns. Some lots of the raw cat food tested positive for salmonella and were associated with illness...

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07.08.2022
02:31 News-Medical.Net Study explores the link between obesity-promoting eating behavior and high BMI

Some children resort to food as a comfort or eat more for other reasons. But the link between predicted obesity-promoting eating behavior and high BMI may not be what you think.

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06.08.2022
01:42 UniverseToday.Com I Asked an AI to Dream the Solar System as Food

As soon as I saw these new artificial intelligence image creation tools, like DALL-E, I wanted to see how well they’d work for generating space and astronomy images. I’m still on the waiting list for DALL-E 2, so I don’t have any feedback to give there, but I signed up for Midjourney AI, played around … Continue reading "I Asked an AI to Dream the Solar System as Food" The post I Asked an AI to Dream the Solar System as Food appeared first on Universe Today.

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05.08.2022
17:23 Phys.org Exploring arcobacter risk to the food industry and human health

The MikroIker team of the UPV/EHU's Department of Immunology, Microbiology and Parasitology has conducted a study into the prevalence and characterization of bacteria of the Arcobacter genus using a large number of samples of different foods (seafood, vegetables, meat products and fresh cheese), including some that have never been analyzed in our environment previously. In addition, they have studied the ability of these bacteria to adhere to various surfaces frequently found in food processing environments.

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17:13 LiveScience.com What is binge eating disorder?

We look into the potential symptoms and causes of binge eating disorder, as well as recovery options

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17:13 Phys.org Homogenized global food system puts people and planet at risk

Despite having 14,000 edible and nutritious plant species to choose from, 75% of the food we eat comes from just 12 plants and five animal species.

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14:31 BBC Health TfL junk food advert ban: Has the policy cut obesity?

A new study claims 100,000 obesity cases have been prevented due to a ban on junk food advertising.

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14:14 Drugs.com Vegan? Weightlifting May Protect Your Bones

FRIDAY, Aug. 5, 2022 -- While a plant-based diet may be associated with lower bone mineral density and increased fracture risk, there might be a way to counteract that: pumping iron. New Austrian research shows that vegans who lift weights or do...

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05:51 News-Medical.Net Eating fish and seafood reduces risk of rheumatoid arthritis

Scientists determine the relationship between meat consumption and rheumatoid arthritis.

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04.08.2022
20:13 LiveScience.com Gluten-free diet for weight loss: Fact or fiction?

Can you justify following a gluten-free diet for weight loss? We debunk this popular health myth

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19:54 Drugs.com Which Source of Dietary Fiber Works Best?

THURSDAY, Aug. 4, 2022 -- If your diet is low in fiber, you can do your gut some good by adding more -- regardless of the fiber source, new research suggests. Many people know fiber as the nutrient that keeps you regular. But it's also a key player...

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14:24 Drugs.com Your Dog's Gut Microbes Change Quickly With New Diet

THURSDAY, Aug. 4, 2022 -- Switching Fido to a new dog food? What happens in his gut as a result is nothing short of remarkable, a new study reveals. The population of bacteria living in his gut — his microbiome — will change dramatically in as...

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14:13 Phys.org Genetically increasing wheat yield potential for food security

The disruptions in global trading markets resulting from the war in Ukraine, among other causes, have focused public attention on the issue of securing a sufficient supply of high-quality foods for the global population. Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) are searching for modern methods to boost global harvests and ensure global food security. Wheat plays a special role in these efforts.

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13:13 Technology.org New technologies can help people make sustainable dietary decisions

Aalto researchers have developed and tested a pilot app to help consumers evaluate their food choices. The study

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11:23 Technology.org How color in photos can make food look tastier?

Study finds saturation in images is key to marketing menu items. An appealing photo of a pizza or

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00:34 Gizmodo.com 15 Pokémon I Would Eat, Starting With Fidough

I have been called many things for this list. A monster. A war criminal. Emotionally stunted. Cursed. A few of those things may be true, but the fact remains that I would eat a Fidough after it had been fried up like a funnel cake and dusted in powdered sugar. I do not regret my decision, but I do regret telling my… Read more...

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03.08.2022
15:35 Yahoo Science Scientist explains viral video where orcas hunt and kill a great white shark, but only eat its liver

The latest news and headlines from Yahoo! News. Get breaking news stories and in-depth coverage with videos and photos.

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15:23 LiveScience.com Seven science-backed benefits of the Mediterranean diet

Could it be the healthiest diet in the world? Here are seven science-backed benefits of the Mediterranean diet

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15:03 Phys.org Stickers and a smartphone for easy nitrite detection on foods

Nitrates and nitrites give processed meats their characteristic pink color and robust flavor. Although many consumers want to limit consumption of these preservatives because the substances can form potentially cancer-causing compounds, knowing how much is in a food has been difficult to determine. Now, researchers reporting in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces have developed a color-changing film that consumers can stick onto foods and easily analyze nitrite levels by snapping a picture with a smartphone.

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11:05 Yahoo Tech Uber's ride with Indian food delivery firm Zomato comes to an end

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02:03 Phys.org Researchers reveal how an insect-eating plant uses rain energy to power its traps

Scientists at the University of Bristol have uncovered the deadly workings of a carnivorous plant.

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02.08.2022
18:44 Drugs.com Had a Kidney Stone? This Diet May Help Prevent Another

TUESDAY, Aug. 2, 2022 -- Anyone who has ever had a kidney stone never wants a repeat of the blinding pain that comes when it passes. Now, a new study maps out a diet that can help guard against that. The cornerstones of that diet include eating...

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17:45 Yahoo Tech Uber plans to sell 7.8% stake in Indian food delivery firm Zomato

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16:23 Phys.org Frog-eating bats can recognize ringtones up to four years later

There are certain skills that once acquired, such as riding a bike or looking both ways before crossing a street, rarely have to be relearned. Most studies on learning and long-term memory in the wild focus on a handful of animal species. Now, in a paper published in Current Biology, U.S. National Science Foundation–supported researchers at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute share the first report of long-term memory in frog-eating bats (Trachops cirrhosis).

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14:44 Drugs.com Dietary Supplements: Are You Throwing Money Away?

TUESDAY, Aug. 2, 2022 -- Most Americans swear by dietary supplements, with nearly 3 of 4 people taking some type of supplement on a daily basis, a new HealthDay/Harris Poll has revealed. But many have a mistaken belief in the effectiveness of these...

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14:44 Drugs.com Eating Disorders Can Begin as Early as Age 9

TUESDAY, Aug. 2, 2022 -- More young children may struggle with eating disorders than previously thought, a new study reveals. Data on nearly 12,000 U.S. children between the ages of 9 and 10 that was collected as part of a federally funded study...

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02:42 News-Medical.Net TfL advertising policy restricting the advertisement of junk foods could save lives and NHS money

Junk food advertising restrictions on Transport for London (TfL) networks have prevented almost 100,000 obesity cases and is expected to save the NHS over £200 million, according to new research.

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02:22 News-Medical.Net Researchers examine how age, sex, weight and puberty were linked to disordered eating in children

Eating disorders, which affect more than 28 million people nationwide, exact a high toll. In addition to the individual suffering they cause, eating disorders cost the U.S. nearly $65 billion each year.

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01.08.2022
22:14 Yahoo Science Climate change is disrupting our food system, which makes it vulnerable to new crises

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20:22 Medscape.Com More Evidence Ultraprocessed Foods Detrimental for the Brain

Adding to other recent research showing harmful effects on the brain from eating a diet rich in ultraprocessed food, new findings suggest this type of diet can accelerate cognitive decline.

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18:43 Phys.org New dog food? Study shows your dog's gut bacteria could turn over within week

When a dog starts a new diet, the community of microbes in its gut changes. Wallflower bacteria multiply to dominate the scene, with the old guard slinking off in defeat. As microbial species jostle for control, their metabolic byproducts, many of which are critical for Fido's overall health, change as well.

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18:32 CNN Health Cognitive decline linked to ultraprocessed food, study finds

Eating ultraprocessed foods could set you on the road to cognitive decline, a new study revealed.

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18:23 Phys.org How color in photos can make food look tastier

An appealing photo of a pizza or other menu item can help a restaurant increase sales—especially if the right filter is used, a new study suggests.

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