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TOP 10
DIET AND NUTRITION ARTICLES
based on comprehensiveness, their resonance, and/or their enduring character

 

 Dieter's Dilemma

Creatine Works

Add A Little "Good Fat" 

Facts On Carbs For Active People
 and Periodization of Nutrition

Simple Diet Patterns for Good Health 

Calories Matter,
 But Instinctive Behavior Matters More
 (Carbs also Matter--to the Brain)

How Much Protein Can Muscles Use

 Eat Hearty Breakfast, Lose Weight
 - And Keep It Off

Volumetrics Revisited:  Fill-Up on Fewer Calories

Time to Lift the Limit on Dietary Fat
 
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6. Dieter's Dilemma
7. Creatine Works
15. Peak Shape - at 60 (with 4 new photos)
18. Add A Little "Good Fat" 
19. The Zone gets mixed Reviews
20. Don't Add "Good Fat" To A Bad Diet
24. Chef Jeff Goes Nuts!
26b. How Many Calories Do You Need?
40.  Fiber and Weight Loss
45. Volumetrics: Weight Loss Breakthrough
57.
Stop Counting, Focus on Foods, New Guidelines Recommend  
64. Potpourri:  High Protein Diets, Metabolism & Lifting Belts   
73. AHA Raises Fat Intake Limit, Adds "Good" Fat 
78. Eggs Are Back - In A New And Improved Form  
79. The Story On Soy 
80. The Warrior Diet & Workout  
81. Avoid High Protein Diets, Says AHA 
82. A New And Improved Food Pyramid 
90. A Carb/Cancer Connection?
93. More Water  
94. Could Dr. Atkins Be Right After All? 
96.
Another View:  Drink When You're Thirsty 
99.
The Plain Water Advantage  
103.
Atkins Diet Controversy Continues  
109.
Every Body Loves Whole Grains 
115.
New Light On The Glycemic Index 
116.
The Art Of Choosing Bread  
126.
I'm a Flexitarian 
132.
Benecol:  Better Butter  
137. Facts On Carbs For Active People and Periodization of Nutrition
149. USDA's New Pyramid Tailors Diet to Age and Physical Activity 
150. What To Eat After Exercise, An Update  
151. Study Triggers New Enthusiasm For Diet In Age of Statins 
153. Simple Diet Patterns for Good Health  
158. High Carbs + Protein or Healthy Fat for Your Heart - and Waistline 
173. Every Meal Counts  + Exercise Counters High-Fat Meal
179.
Harvard Study SaysEat Fish (The Obesity Connection) 
201.
 Preventing and Reversing Heart Disease
205.
The Bible of Evolutionary Fitness: Primal, Practical, Playful
206. Belly Fat May Be Deadly--How to Get Rid of It
208.
The Most Anabolic Diet - Real Food
212.  
Low Carb Diet Back--Again
227. Pass The Nuts! Nuts Increase Fat Burn and Reduce Health Risks
232. Calories Matter, But Instinctive Behavior Matters More (Carbs also Matter--to the Brain)   
240.
Sports Recovery Sensation: Skim Milk & Cereal
243.
More Evidence Every Meal Counts: Landmark Study Shows Impact of Sugary Foods on Arteries
244.
Evidence Piles Up: Fish Oil CV Benefits
248.
High-Fat Diet Reduces Endurance 50% - In 9 Days
249.
Good-and Bad-News for Low-Carb, High-Protein Dieters
255. How Much Protein Can Muscles Use
256.
The Brain Factor in Obesity & Weight Control (brain shrinkage, diet switching, midnight eating)
259.
Fish Oil Slows Aging - New Evidence Omega 3 Revitalizes Brain Cells
262. Genes and Diet Choice - (Why Genes Are Not the Answer)
263.
Cutting Saturated Fat Alone Not Enough - Replace Bad Fat with Good
272.
Training on Empty - Still a Bad Idea 
276.
Mediterranean-Style Diet Good For Brain & Heart; Foods Work Together
279.
The Problem With Omega-6 
286.
The New Evolution Diet:  Art De Vany, "Grandfather" of Paleo Movement, Launches His Book
288.
Red Meat Risky, Studies Find
294.
Exercise Curbs Appetite: Mechanism Uncovered--How Your Gut Says I'm Full
295.
Whole grains Fight Abdominal Fat
297.
Pre-Workout Snacks Increase Calorie and Fat Burn
305.
Harvard Study Confirms Ripped Diet Philosophy
316.
Small Calorie Reductions = Large Weight Changes
328.
US News & World Report Ranks 25 Diets - Mediterranean Diet Tops My List
329.
 It's The Fat That Matters; Calories Add Fat that Doesn't Always Show Up On Scale
334.
Study:  Red Meat Is Bad For You (Healthy Options are Many)
335. Eat Hearty Breakfast, Lose Weight - And Keep It Off
341.
Balanced Diet Best for Weight-Loss Maintenance
345.
Calorie Restriction Doesn't Extend Life, NIA Study Suggests
348.
  Nuts Improve Diet Quality & Help Prevent Weight Gain
354.
 Diet Sodas Linked to Diabetes
362.
Mediterranean Diet Results Astound Researchers--Reduce Heart Attacks by Almost 30%
366.
Volumetrics Revisited:  Fill-Up on Fewer Calories
367.
Vegetarian Diets Extend Life (You may be surprised at the definition of vegetarianism)
371.
More Reasons To Beware of Diet Drinks
379.
Carbs and the Brain - Grain Brain in the Spotlight
382.
 Organic Whole Milk Is Better than Conventional Skim or Whole Milk, Studies Found - May Keep us Healthy and Lean
383.
  Saturated Fat Not Heart Risk, Massive Study Finds; New Focus on Entire Diet
385.
Quality Weight Loss for Seniors:  Forget Body Mass, Think Muscle Mass for Longevity 
388.
  About HDL "Good Cholesterol" 
392.
 Heart-Healthy Eating - Cardiologists Stress Lifestyle 
396.
 Rethinking Saturated Fat - One Form Adds Belly Fat, Another Lowers Diabetes Risk
399.
New Study Reveals Benefits of Dietary Fat for Weight Loss and Heart Health 
400.
The HDL-Longevity Connection: Gene--Diet/Lifestyle Interactions
407. Advisory panel on Dietary Guidelines for Americans: "Yes" to Eggs, "No" to Whole Milk

415.
Food Selection Trumps Calories for Weight Control
419.
Time to Lift the Limit on Dietary Fat
420.
Starchy Carbs:  The Missing Link in the Paleo Diet - Big Brains Need Grains  
422.
Red and Processed Meat Part of Healthy Diet?
423.
 Unlock Your Fat Cells
425.
Unscrambling Dietary-Fat Phobia 
439.
Milk in the Middle
448.
World Obesity Rise Fuels Illness & Death:  Leanness Without Suffering (New in July)
451.
Diet and Depression: Studies Confirm Link  (New in August)
453.
Muscle Supplement Developed by McMaster Scientists  (New in September)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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