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Magazine articles on dieting, the effects of diet on health, nutrition, and healthy foods.
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September 2003
Nick Heil
Mr. Big Bill Phillips, the most successful fitness author in history, got his start teaching muscleheads how to use steroids. He's cleaned up his act -- his Body-for-Life program runs street legal, and it works -- but he's still banking on a timeless American urge: Everybody wants to be huge. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
August 25, 2003
Evan Campbell
Fitness Top 10: High Protein Mini-Meals Although I've called this list "high protein" mini-meals, the meals are also low in fat, low in carbs -- and those carbs that they do contain are of the "good" variety, and not the insulin-spiking, starchy kind -- and high in essential vitamins and minerals. mark for My Articles 1119 similar articles
Science News
August 23, 2003
Ben Harder
Tuesday Can Be Fat, but Weekends Are More Fattening According to Barry M. Popkin of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, people seem to approach every weekend as a holiday: They eat and drink too much. mark for My Articles 170 similar articles
August 5, 2003
Tresa McBee
Stay Out of My Cone Excess is inevitable when so much exists on demand and activity no longer determines who eats. Sometimes that's deadly, sometimes it's life-threatening. It's definitely lazy and absolutely unhealthy. It's also a choice. mark for My Articles 158 similar articles
July 31, 2003
Sarah Keefe
The Lowdown On The South Beach Diet The South Beach Diet -- sadly, it doesn't involve lounging on the beach all day, or partying at a trendy club all night. And although it may have a glamorous name, this diet is actually fairly simple and straightforward. mark for My Articles 611 similar articles
Science News
July 19, 2003
Janet Raloff
No Hiding Most Trans Fats Under new FDA rules that take effect in 2006, manufacturers and bakers will have to identify trans fats wherever they occur in amounts of 0.5 gram or more. mark for My Articles 309 similar articles
July 17, 2003
Al Moore
Food and Nutrition Q&A Do certain foods affect body odor?... Is aspartame bad for you?... Is the Atkins Nutritional Approach hazardous to your health?... What should the average guy's daily carb intake be?... What is the worst thing to eat at the movies? mark for My Articles 663 similar articles
July 21, 2003
Kate Murphy
What Popeye Should Be Pushing: Protein Popeye was wrong: You won't be strong to the finish if you eat your spinach. You've got to eat protein to build and maintain muscle mass. It also makes a difference what kind of protein and what time you eat it. mark for My Articles 411 similar articles
July 2003
Jacob Sullum
The Anti-Pleasure Principle The "food police" and the pseudoscience of self-denial mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
American Family Physician
July 1, 2003
Benjamin Kligler
Black Cohosh Studies have demonstrated that this botanic medicine, when standardized properly to the terpene glycoside fraction, appears to be effective in alleviating menopausal symptoms. Adverse effects are extremely uncommon, and there are no known significant adverse drug interactions. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
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