nutrition

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Working Out a Lot Doesn’t Always Increase Your Appetite

Why have I felt far hungrier on days in which I’ve eaten twice the amount of calories and performed very little exercise?
Grant Stoddard
5.30.18
body
body

The Results of the First American Gut Project Are In

In the largest citizen science experiment to date, more than 11,000 people sent poop samples to a San Diego lab.
Daniel McDonald
5.18.18
Fighting Words
Fighting Words

The Whole30 Won't Fix Your Relationship With Food

Ultimately, it fails to address the root of many people’s food-related anxiety.
Franzi Ross
Isabelle Ross
5.16.18
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How to Stick to a Meal Prep Routine

Experts gave us five steps to make cooking for the week as easy as possible.
Jessica Dore
5.15.18
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Asking for a friend

Is it Safe to Eat Food That a Fly Landed on?

"In addition to regurgitation, the fly might defecate as it explores the new surface.”
Abigail Fagan
5.10.18
Fighting Words
Fighting Words

Nuts Are a Bad Source of Protein

These alternatives are far more efficient.
Nick English
5.7.18
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6 Lazy Ways to Eat Healthier and Actually Stick to It

They say 6-packs are made in the kitchen.
Grant Stoddard
5.4.18
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19 Healthy Recipes That Are Quick, Healthy, and Actually Taste Good

All it takes is 30 minutes.
Dean Stattmann
5.1.18
POOP
POOP

Kim Jong-un Travels With His Own Toilet to Protect His Feces

"The leader’s excretions contain information about his health status so they can’t be left behind.”
Jesse Hicks
4.26.18
Phys Ed
Phys Ed

Nurse Places Fifth in Boston Marathon, Works 10-Hour Shift the Next Day

31-year-old Jessica Chichester drove back to NYC last night.
AC Shilton
4.17.18
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Rich People Know Less About Nutrition Than They Think

When surveyed on a variety of food topics, wealthy people fared no better—and sometimes worse—than their lower-earning peers.
Sheril Kirshenbaum
Douglas Buhler
4.17.18
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Most Gluten-Free Diets Aren't Really Gluten-Free

Many celiac patients are still ingesting enough gluten to cause intestinal damage.
Julianna LeMieux
4.13.18