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People Can Digest Insects. But Will Anyone Eat Them?

People Can Digest Insects. But Will Anyone Eat Them?

The human revulsion against eating insects stems mostly from the fact that bugs are a constant part of our lives, creeping and crawling around our house, yard, car, and office. (Also, for the record: Spiders are not insects, nor are we recommending that people eat spiders.) Insects move weirdly. They’re ...

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Can Eating Carbs at Dinner Help You Lose Weight?

Can Eating Carbs at Dinner Help You Lose Weight?

If your diet leaves you hungry all afternoon, try shifting things around. Eating most of your carbs at dinner might increase your satiety throughout the day—not to mention reduce your risk for obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. In a recent study, published in the journal Obesity, Israeli researchers put 78 overweight police ...

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How to Eat Like Henry Cavill

How to Eat Like Henry Cavill

If your kryptonite is in the kitchen, you need a few recipes on which you can rely to keep you eating healthy when you’d otherwise go astray. Here, Henry Cavill’s nutrition coach, Erin Blevins (wife of Cavill’s trainer Michael Blevins), offers the meals that keep the Man of Steel on ...

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9 Foods Tom Brady Does Not Eat

9 Foods Tom Brady Does Not Eat

Tom and wife Gisele Bundchen’s personal chef Allen Campbell talked to Boston.com about what the couple (and their kids) eat to stay in such d*mn good shape. Want to give it a try? First off, you should know that it’s 80 percent fresh, organic veggies and whole grains like quinoa, ...

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In Addition to Weight Gain, Can Sugar Affect Your Memory?

In Addition to Weight Gain, Can Sugar Affect Your Memory?

Maybe there’s a reason people eat sweet foods after a break-up. The high-fructose corn syrup added to processed foods like candy may make them forget, according to a new study. In addition to being linked to obesity, consumption of high-fructose corn syrup has been blamed for many health problems, including ...

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8 Best Chocolates to Buy for Valentine’s Day in 2018

8 Best Chocolates to Buy for Valentine's Day in 2018

Over the past decade, bean-to-bar chocolate has gone mainstream. Now, it’s not nearly as hard to find American chocolate makers shipping in high-quality cacao beans to produce their chocolate in a single facility. Unlike the milky European chocolates you gave your middle school sweetheart, these artisans make beautiful bars designed ...

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Everything You Need to Know About the ‘Lady Doritos’ Controversy

Everything You Need to Know About the 'Lady Doritos' Controversy

Sometimes you come across a story that makes you think, ‘Maybe that was blown out of proportion.’ But that’s not necessarily the case with the Lady Doritos controversy that’s taken over the Internet in the past few days. On Jan. 31, PepsiCo chief executive Indra Nooyi was invited to speak ...

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The New Thinking and Latest Science

The New Thinking and Latest Science

Morning workouts are awesome: Aside from the convenience of getting it done and being on with your day, first-thing-in-the-a.m. sessions have been shown to boost energy all day long. But one of the much-debated and heated arguments in the fitness and nutrition world revolves around whether or not you should ...

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Getting Too Much Salt in Your Diet Linked to Dementia in Mice

Getting Too Much Salt in Your Diet Linked to Dementia in Mice

How much sodium should people get every day? The answer has gone up and down over the past few years. Studies have shown that overindulging in salt can lead to higher risk of developing diabetes, heart failure, and even multiple sclerosis. But other studies have found that low-salt diets may ...

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On the nuances of chocolate tasting and farming

On the nuances of chocolate tasting and farming

Martin Christy has tasted over 10,000 kinds of chocolates in the last six years. There are days when he tastes over 150 samples in a day, and he is far from complaining. The founder of UK-based International Institute of Chocolate Tasting, and one of the main brains behind the international ...

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