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Oct 17, 2022

Teaching cooking skills to people with diabetes improves their quality of life and diabetes self-management

The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center

Researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and College of Medicine partnered with the nonprofit Local Matters to offer the “Cooking Matters for Diabetes” intervention to 48 adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. The six-week classes included weekly food supplies for participants...

Teaching cooking skills to people with diabetes improves their quality of life and diabetes self-management

Oct 14, 2022

Intermittent fasting compared to daily calorie restriction for chronic disease

Emily Arguello, MS, CHES - NDORI Dietetic Intern

There are two types of intermittent fasting, time restricted eating and intermittent calorie restrictions. Time restricted eating involves limiting the amount of eating hours per day...

Intermittent fasting compared to daily calorie restriction for chronic disease

Oct 5, 2022

Hibernating fat bears are complex. They may hold lessons for human health.

The Washington Post

Hibernating bears stay healthy despite being very fat and sedentary. New research is focusing on what humans can learn from them.

Hibernating fat bears are complex. They may hold lessons for human health.

Oct 4, 2022

Eating late increases hunger, decreases calories burned, and changes fat tissue

Brigham and Women's Hospital

While popular healthy diet mantras advise against midnight snacking, few studies have comprehensively investigated the simultaneous effects of late eating ...

Eating late increases hunger, decreases calories burned, and changes fat tissue

Sep 7, 2022

Cravings for fatty foods traced to gut-brain connection

Columbia University

A dieter wrestling with cravings for fatty foods might be tempted to blame their tongue: the delicious taste of butter or ice cream is hard to resist ...

Cravings for fatty foods traced to gut-brain connection