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FACTS FOR FAMILIES: Mental Health First Aid increases awareness

Journal Gazette 20 Jul 2024
from 2015 and 2020 published by the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics in 2022, researchers found that students only received an average of 11 hours of training in nutrition throughout the ...
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How sugar in drinks destroys the body

B & FT Online 20 Jul 2024
Keep in mind, however, that the nutritional differences between brown and white sugar are very small ... Nutrition ... 10.1093/nutrit/nuab010 ... 10.1093/nutrit/nuab010 ... Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism Coca-Cola Kucharska A, Szmurło A, Sińska B.
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When it comes to counting calories, there's a new math

Chicago Sun-Times 18 Jul 2024
An investigation in the journal Food & Nutrition Research provided volunteers with either a sandwich made with multigrain bread and cheddar cheese or one made with more highly processed white bread and cheese slices.
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UK adolescents consume around two-thirds of daily calories from ultra-processed foods: study

Xinhua 18 Jul 2024
In the study published Wednesday in the European Journal of Nutrition, researchers from the University of Cambridge and the University of Bristol analyzed data from four-day-long food diaries of ...
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Projected Expansion: Global Creatine Supplement Market Sales Set to Reach USD 923 Million by 2033, Driven by 13.0% CAGR

Pharmiweb 18 Jul 2024
For instance, according to the Food Science and Nutrition Journal, a clinical trial reported that the amino acid creatine can be an effective therapy for people suffering from post-COVID-19 fatigue syndrome, also known as long COVID.
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How to stop your teens (and yourself) eating ultra-processed foods

The Times/The Sunday Times 17 Jul 2024
The research, published in the European Journal of Nutrition, analysed food diaries kept from 2008 to 2019 by about 3,000 children aged 11 to 18.
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Food aromas study sheds light on taste issues in space

SpaceDaily 17 Jul 2024
... often find their meals tasteless in space, leading to inadequate nutritional intake.
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Ultra-processed foods control children’s diet

AOL 17 Jul 2024
The research, published in the European Journal of Nutrition, follows a study of eight countries, which found that UK children aged between two and five had the highest consumption of UPF foods.
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Generation UPF: British teens now get a TWO-THIRDS of their daily calories from ultra-processed...

The Daily Mail 17 Jul 2024
Consumption was highest when starting secondary school at 65.6 per cent and fell slightly to 63.4 per cent by age 18, according to the findings published in the European Journal of Nutrition.
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Food aroma study may help explain why meals taste bad in space

Phys Dot Org 16 Jul 2024
Scientists from RMIT University have led a world-first study on common food aromas that may help explain why astronauts report that meals taste bland in space and struggle to eat their normal nutritional intake.
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Can sugar cause cancer? Separating fact from fiction

Gulf News 16 Jul 2024
Sugar has a negative impact on the brain, too, said Dr Joel Fuhrman, citing research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
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Sugar and cancer: Separating fact from fiction

Gulf News 16 Jul 2024
Sugar has a negative impact on the brain, too, said Dr Joel Fuhrman, citing research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
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70% of households with children regularly waste food, finds Spanish study

Phys Dot Org 15 Jul 2024
The results, published in the journal Frontiers in Nutrition, indicate that families with young children and teenagers are the ones who waste the most food, while single-parent families and those with adult children waste the least.
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The need for blood donors is never-ending

Herald & Review - Decatur 10 Jul 2024
from 2015 and 2020 published by the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics in 2022, researchers found that students only received an average of 11 hours of training in nutrition throughout the ...
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Looking after your gut can make you happier, less stressed and boost your memory, reveals ...

The Daily Mail 09 Jul 2024
A 2019 review in the journal ... Every 5g of fibre you eat is related to a 5 per cent lower likelihood of depression, according to a review published in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience in 2023.

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