Numerous studies have found that how we eat over time can increase — or decrease — our risk for chronic disease. But one-size-fits-all recommendations based on traditional nutrition research are missing the mark.
Are the health-benefit claims from intermittent fasting backed up by scientific evidence? John Trepanowski, postdoctoral research fellow at the Stanford Prevention Research Center,weighs in. People are looking for more manageable ways to improve their health, and many are turning to intermittent fasting.
Why do we eat turkey on thanksgiving when the pilgrims didn’t? Every year on the fourth Thursday in November, over three hundred million Americans sit down at a table filled with culinary delights. From overstuffed turkeys to whipped-cream-topped pumpkin pies, the traditional foods we eat on Thanksgiving
Crans Montana Forum in Dakhla, Morocco brings together more than 1,000 participants and leaders representing more than 100 countries across Africa. They debate economic, social and environmental development by themes such as food security, sustainable agriculture, public health and renewable energies.
It certainly looks Insta-worthy. But it is said to have its own benefits. It also contains Proanthocyanidin which increases the collagen and elasticity in skin cells. It improves overall cell health by preventing premature aging, cutting the risk of cancer and other diseases.
The revamped Diet Coke brand includes new sleek cans, an updated design and four new flavors. With this restaging, Diet Coke once again has its own brand identity, anchored by its iconic silver hue, simplified color palette and a slightly refined typography that nods to the beverage’s heritage.