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Protein & Kidneys

A paper published recently in the European Journal of Nutrition concluded that higher protein diets are not linked to kidney disease or increased risk for kidney stones. ... Learn more

Sleep, Exercise & Cognitive Function

The results of a 10-year longitudinal study were recently published in The Lancet Healthy Longevity, detailing the associations between the cognitive trajectories of heal... Learn more

Vitamin D & PCOS

A recent study has shown that out of 120 women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the majority showed low levels of vitamin D, and that supplementation may help reduc... Learn more

Keto Rash

Ketogenic diets are known for improving a host of health issues, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t occasional hiccups when someone adopts this very low-carb way of eatin... Learn more

Sleep & Adherence to Diet & Exercise Goals

Recent preliminary research has shown that individuals with higher scores for sleep health during a 12-month weight loss program were more likely to stick to the calorifi... Learn more

Low Carb vs DASH Diet

A new study in the Annals of Family Medicine pitted a very-low-carbohydrate diet against the DASH diet (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) for adults with hypertens... Learn more

Taurine, Exercise & Adipose Tissue

A 2020, randomized, double-blind trial has shown that taurine supplementation associated with chronic exercise may increase mitochondrial activity and fatty acid oxidatio... Learn more

Pets & Food Allergies

Some good news has come out for pet lovers (as if we need more reasons to love our pets!). Recently published in PLoS One, results of the largest to-date birth cohort stu... Learn more

Relative Risk Reporting & Statins

A recent review paper adds to the growing concern over clinical trial data related to the efficacy of statin drugs being reported in a misleading way. The review focuses ... Learn more

Sugar Processing in the Brain

Insights at the molecular level suggest that obesity may have neuronal origins in an area of the brain called the nucleus accumbens, giving us a new perspective on the ca... Learn more

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