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CDC Reports 1 in 6 Get Sick from Foodborne Illnesses Each Year. About 48 million people (1 in 6 Americans) get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die each year from foodborne diseases, according new estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That’s 48 millions harmed by contaminated food. There were 122 food …

It’s about time to add red meat and cheese back to your diet.This is because researchers at McMaster University in Canada have found that consuming red meat and cheese reduces your chances of dying early. McMaster professor of nutrition and epidemiology and principal investigator at the university’s Population Health Research Institute, Andrew Mente and his team …

Avocados are versatile, trendy and delicious, but could they also be the key to weight loss? That’s what one Loma Linda University doctor believes, and he’s willing to pay volunteers $300 to eat an avocado a day in order to prove it. Although the study has not yet concluded, experts suggest his hypothesis may not be that far-fetched. …

Tess Holliday, a 5-foot-3 plus-size model, fat-positive advocate, and tatted mother of two, is anything but conventional when it comes to her life and career. Despite that — or maybe because of it — she’s making history as a Cosmo girl. In a tweet on Wednesday, Holliday announced her upcoming cover photo for Cosmopolitan U.K.’s …

For years now, dieticians and weight loss experts have touted the benefits of intermittent fasting for its body fat-burning qualities. First there was the revolutionary 5:2 diet, which involved eating normally for five days of the week, before restricting calories for the other two. Since, there have been similar iterations such as the 4:3 diet, …

We’ve all done it: kept on eating when we’ve already had enough. But some people do it all the time because their brains don’t seem to register that they’ve overeaten—and it can lead to obesity. Now researchers believe they know why: A high-fat diet can cripple fullness receptors in the brain. When you eat, your …

New research suggests that low-carb diets may not be the best way to achieve long-term health. Research presented Tuesday at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Germany found that diets very low in carbohydrates may raise individuals’ risks of premature death over time. “The message seems to be clear,” wrote study co-author Maciej Banach, president …

Cutting carbohydrates might also cut lifespan by up to four years, according to a new medical study. The peer-reviewed research published in the medical journal The Lancet Public Health suggests low and high-carb diets could shorten life, and diets including some carbs could promote a healthy lifespan. Scott Solomon, senior author on the study, called the research …

Changing the time you eat your meals could be key to reducing body fat, a new report claims. According to a 10-week study into “time-restricted feeding” led by the University of Surrey, meal times can have a significant impact on body composition. Unlike other studies into this particular type of intermittent fasting, participants were not …

No single food — not even a superfood — can offer all the nutrition, health benefits, and energy we need to nourish ourselves. The 2015–2020 US Dietary Guidelines recommend healthy eating patterns, “combining healthy choices from across all food groups — while paying attention to calorie limits.” Over the years, research has shown that healthy dietary patterns can …