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New study shows importance of whole grains for prevention of type 2 diabetes

New study shows importance of whole grains for prevention of type 2 diabetes

Proper nutrition vital for young athletes

Proper nutrition vital for young athletes

Cycling provides greatest health benefits, study finds

Cycling provides greatest health benefits, study finds

Diet rich in whole grain carbohydrates less likely to damage oral health

Diet rich in whole grain carbohydrates less likely to damage oral health

Health impact of highly processed summertime staples

Health impact of highly processed summertime staples

Study: Eating Mediterranean-type diet could reduce bone loss in osteoporosis patients

Study: Eating Mediterranean-type diet could reduce bone loss in osteoporosis patients

WHO launches multiyear campaign to eliminate use of trans fat

WHO launches multiyear campaign to eliminate use of trans fat

Investigational drug offers hope of relief for celiac disease patients exposed to gluten

Investigational drug offers hope of relief for celiac disease patients exposed to gluten

Moderate amounts of pasta in diet leads to weight loss

Moderate amounts of pasta in diet leads to weight loss

Eating pasta does not lead to weight gain, say experts

Eating pasta does not lead to weight gain, say experts

New British calorie guidelines

New British calorie guidelines

Study reveals the association between ultra-processed foods and cancer

Study reveals the association between ultra-processed foods and cancer

Meat substitutes and legume products prove successful in European market

Meat substitutes and legume products prove successful in European market

Danish study sheds light on why whole grains are healthy

Danish study sheds light on why whole grains are healthy

Study examines impact of labeling food products as 'snacks' or 'meals'

Study examines impact of labeling food products as 'snacks' or 'meals'

UAB expert provides in-depth understanding of food-borne illnesses

UAB expert provides in-depth understanding of food-borne illnesses

Most people in Canada do not know they have celiac disease, research suggests

Most people in Canada do not know they have celiac disease, research suggests

New photoacoustic imaging technique uses squid ink to examine patient's gum health

New photoacoustic imaging technique uses squid ink to examine patient's gum health

Moderate intake of carbohydrate and fat associated with better health, says global study

Moderate intake of carbohydrate and fat associated with better health, says global study

Moderate intake of nutrients found to be best for health

Moderate intake of nutrients found to be best for health