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Magazine articles on dieting, the effects of diet on health, nutrition, and healthy foods.
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American Family Physician
March 1, 2003
Vitamin B 12 What is vitamin B12?... What happens if my vitamin B12 level is low?... I eat meat and dairy products, so why do I have low vitamin B12?... What causes problems with absorbing vitamin B12?... etc. mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
March 2003
Michael Fumento
Big Fat Fake The Atkins diet controversy and the sorry state of science journalism mark for My Articles 306 similar articles
February 27, 2003
Sabrina Rogers
Eat Your Way To A Stronger, Healthier Body Many nutrients can protect specific parts of your body in addition to contributing to your overall health. Although taking supplements can be a good way to get all the vitamins and nutrients your body needs, nothing beats a healthy, balanced diet. mark for My Articles 353 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
February 26, 2003
Alexander Wolff
A Bitter Pill Why the federal government needs to come to terms with ephedra mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
Science News
February 15, 2003
Janet Raloff
'Don't Drink Alone' Gets New Meaning In what may be bad news for bars and pubs, a European research consortium has found that people drinking alcohol outside of meals have a significantly higher risk of cancer in the mouth and neck than do those taking their libations with food. mark for My Articles 424 similar articles
February 13, 2003
Sabrina Rogers
12 Foods You Probably Think Are Healthy If you're trying to lose those love handles, you've probably been avoiding cheesecake and fries. Although this is definitely a good start, there are many other foods out there that may seem "safe" when, in fact, they are actually very high in calories or fat. mark for My Articles 1019 similar articles
Science News
February 8, 2003
Janet Raloff
Diet Tip -- Close Your Eyes Just because a plate is full of food doesn't mean one has to finish it all. For many of us, new data show, listening to the way our bodies signal they've had enough may require taking our eyes off that plate for a meal or two. mark for My Articles 232 similar articles
Science News
February 1, 2003
Janet Raloff
Dietary Inflation Except for pizza, food portions have undergone substantial inflation over the past 2 decades. mark for My Articles 362 similar articles
January 30, 2003
Sabrina Rogers
20 Snacks Under 200 Calories In order to maintain or lose weight, you don't have to starve yourself or completely change your eating habits. If you love to eat between meals, the good news is that you can continue snacking, as long as you choose healthy foods that won't sabotage your six-pack. mark for My Articles 1040 similar articles
Science News
January 25, 2003
Kendall Morgan
Curbing Cancer? Low-Fat Diet During Adolescence Cuts Hormones, Possibly Breast Cancer Risk Cutting back on cheeseburgers and French fries could spare girls more than extra pounds. A low-fat diet also reduces young girls' sex hormone concentrations, a new study finds. The adolescent drop in hormones that are known to spur breast cancer in adults might stave off the disease later in life. mark for My Articles 944 similar articles
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