Study Finds that “Whole Grain” Foods Aren’t Always a Healthy Choice

Study Finds that “Whole Grain” Foods Aren’t Always a Healthy Choice

U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2010 Dietary Guidelines recommend that Americans consume at
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Harvard Researchers Explain the Reason for Genetic Obesity

Researchers from Harvard Medical School and MIT reeval a genetic circuit that
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New Evidence That Diet and Gut Microbes Can Influence Brain Inflammation

Pictured is immunofluorescence imaging of an active lesion in the brain of
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Harvard Studies Show Improvements in U.S. Diet Lower Premature Deaths

The findings from three studies have determined that healthier eating habits cumulatively
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Perfectly Raw or Cooked to Perfection? How Food Preparation Affects the Microbiome

The gut microbiome undergoes rapid and dramatic changes in species composition and
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Francis Kéré: Get to Know the Pritzker Winner’s Built Work

After a long journey, Diebedo Francis Kere established Kere Architecture in Berlin,
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A Low-Glycemic Diet is More Effective at Burning Calories

A new study from Boston Children’s Hospital found that all calories are
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Harvard Medical School Studies Cocoa for Health and Pleasure

Researchers at Harvard Medical School are conducting a study to determine the
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