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Exciting Veggies

The research is clear: eating more whole or minimally processed plants is better for our health. Knowing how to easily make foods like vegetables taste great can help you consume more of these health-promoting options in place of less healthful choices. Building Flavor. Most U.S. adults don’t meet the recommended intake of vegetables. When we […]
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Policy In Action: Nutrition Security

The majority of Americans do not meet the recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and this puts them at elevated risk for numerous diet-related chronic diseases. Public policy has an important role to play in making sure everyone in the U.S. has access to nutritious, safe, affordable food to lower the risk of developing […]
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Choosing a Health App

The global market for applications (apps) and devices that track and monitor your lifestyle—from calorie, nutrient, and food intake to daily steps, sleep, water intake, and heart rate—is expected to reach more than 105 billion U.S. dollars by 2030. While the research on whether health apps can help us achieve long term results is still […]
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Healthy Eating While Travelling

After several years of limiting our travel, many of us are getting back out on the road (or the rails, or the sky) this summer. If you’ve been working to make healthy dietary choices, rest assured it is possible to enjoy your vacation and still maintain those healthy habits! On the Road. Road trips can […]
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Ask Tufts Experts: August 2022

Getting enough Fruits and Veggies . . . Iceberg vs. Romaine Q. I want to eat five cups of fruits and vegetables a day, but I have trouble eating a whole cup at one sitting. What can I do? Are those fruit and vegetable pills I see advertised a good solution? A. Alice H. Lichtenstein, […]
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Newsbites: August 2022

Diet May Impact Antimicrobial Resistance Antibiotics have saved millions of lives, but resistance to these drugs in on the rise. Antimicrobial resistance is considered likely to be a major cause of death worldwide in the coming decades. Humans can carry antibiotic resistance in our microbiome (the bacteria and other organisms that live in and on […]
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Cholesterol, Explained

It’s likely you’ve been told whether you have “high cholesterol.” Perhaps your healthcare provider has discussed your “LDL” or “HDL” levels with you. You also are probably aware that “high cholesterol” increases your risk for cardiovascular disease. But what is cholesterol—and why does it matter?  Like us, animals have cholesterol in their bodies. When we […]
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Newsbites: June 2022

Have High Blood Pressure? Healthy Lifestyle Choices Linked to Lower Risk of Death A study that followed over 14,000 individuals in China with hypertension (high blood pressure) for up to 10 years found that improvement in lifestyle after hypertension diagnosis was associated with significantly lower risk of death. Lifestyle factors included body mass index, smoking […]
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Is a “Juice Cleanse” Right for You?

Juice cleanses involve consuming nothing but fruit and vegetable juices, often organic and raw, for two to 10 days. If you are considering trying one of these programs, be sure to be informed before you start. The Claims. Proponents say juice cleanses help detoxify your body and jumpstart weight loss, among other claims. Let’s take […]
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Feeling Faint when Meals are Skipped

Q: Sometimes when I miss a meal, I end up feeling faint. What could be causing this, and what should I do? A: Anastassios...