DIET

DIET

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  1. Hero Camel Milk (Jasper Loh)

    Camel milk could be the future of dairy. Are you ready for a camelcino?

    Beyond its trendiness with adventurous urbanites, some believe that camel milk could be the future of dairy farming in the developing world as ...
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    Commentary: Can eating certain foods make you smarter?

    A healthy diet is not only the key to maintaining physical health; it also plays a critical role in our cognitive functions, the University of New ...
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    What The World’s Richest Eat: Deciphering The Billionaire Diet

    Which side are you on?
  4. Toddler drinking milk bottle

    Commentary: Babies with healthier diets are more active, sleep better

    Researchers at Swansea University found that diet matters when it comes to bringing up active kids.
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    Commentary: Mindful eating can help you lose weight

    Paying more attention to the food we eat can help those struggling with their diets to better identify between "good" and "bad" foods, says ...
  6. A butcher arranges pieces of meat at his shop in Marseille, France

    Eating lots of meat tied to higher risk of liver disease

    People who eat a lot of animal protein may be more likely to have excessive fat in their livers and a higher risk of liver disease than ...
  7. Real Weight control, try portion control

    Real weight control is all about portion control, not fad diets

    If you're serious about losing or maintaining weight, learn the size of a healthful portion and treat restaurant servings as enough for two or more.
  8. Chinese New Year Eat Healthy

    10 ways to watch that waistline this Chinese New Year

    It is too easy to pack on the pounds during the festive period. Follow these easy tips to make your new year both a delicious and healthier one.
  9. FILE PHOTO: A vending machine for sweets is photographed at an office building in Frankfurt

    Workplace food a source of unhealthy calories

    Food eaten in U.S. workplaces - whether purchased in cafeterias, or available to employees for free - are usually unhealthy, researchers say.