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Magazine articles on dieting, the effects of diet on health, nutrition, and healthy foods.
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The Motley Fool
October 4, 2004
Alyce Lomax
Is Coffee Making You Crazy? By some researchers' estimations, caffeine withdrawal produces "enough physical symptoms and a disruption in daily life to classify it as a psychiatric disorder." mark for My Articles 87 similar articles
Sabrina Rogers
Top 10 Pre-Workout Foods In addition to ensuring that you are properly hydrated before and after exercising, you need to eat the right foods beforehand in order to maximize your efforts and results. mark for My Articles 878 similar articles
October 2004
Ask Adventure If planning a desert trip, should you prepare for thirst by drinking less water now? mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Seasoned Cooking
October 2004
Michael Fick
Prostate Cancer: It's Not Just for Men. If you love any man, are a man, and/or influence any man's diet, prostate cancer concerns you, because it strikes many men and is influenced by diet. mark for My Articles 227 similar articles
Delicious Living
September 30, 2004
Hannah Nordhaus
One Honey of an Idea How one man's passion for honey turned into a multigenerational business and smoothed the way for a natural sports product mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Science News
September 25, 2004
Janet Raloff
Omega-3's May Hit Food Labels The FDA will allow food manufacturers to make health claims for two omega-3 fatty acids, oils typically found in coldwater fish. Food labels can now note that products containing these oils might provide some protection from heart disease. mark for My Articles 363 similar articles
Sabrina Rogers
Top 10 Dangerous Bodybuilding Habits A look at various training and eating habits believed to enhance performance and results. Ironically, many of these practices can actually be detrimental to one's health and even potentially fatal. mark for My Articles 413 similar articles
Science News
September 11, 2004
Janet Raloff
Should Foods Be Fortified Even More? A team of nutritionists is recommending that the federal government mandate the fortification of cereal-grain products, with calcium and vitamin D. Together, the two nutrients would add an estimated $.06 to $.10 to the cost of food per person per year. mark for My Articles 396 similar articles
Phil Franklin
Is A Low-Carb Diet Right For You? While there are those who suggest that the low-carb craze has finally reached its zenith, millions of people the world over continue to use these diets to regulate their weight. mark for My Articles 565 similar articles
Sabrina Rogers
Top 10 Ingredients For Optimal Muscle Retention There are certain supplements and ingredients that can help you retain hard-earned muscle mass without resorting to the use of steroids and other drugs. mark for My Articles 527 similar articles
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