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Los Angeles Times

Your DNA won't determine the best diet to help you lose weight
Los Angeles Times
Before embarking on their weight-loss journeys, the subjects took a glucose tolerance test to see whether, according to previous research, they should have a particularly strong response to a low-carb diet. They also took a DNA test to place them into ...
DNA diet tests don't predict who will lose more weightNBCNews.com
Low-Carb And Low-Fat Diets Battle To A DrawForbes
Matching DNA to a diet doesn't work: 'We didn't even come close,' researcher saysSTAT
Medical News Today -Reuters -Prevention.com -The JAMA Network
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Live Science

Why You Probably Shouldn't Waste Your Money on DNA-Based Diets
Live Science
Sure, it seems like a good idea: Lose weight following a diet that's tailored to your own unique genetic makeup instead of trying a one-size-fits-all approach. In fact, it's an idea that's taken off in recent years, with companies promoting "DNA diets ...
Research reveals that diets based on DNA don't actually help you lose weightThe Week Magazine

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CNET

On a gluten-free diet? This search engine will make life easier
CNET
Whether you're sensitive to gluten, have a wheat allergy or have been diagnosed with celiac disease, it can be difficult to navigate life on a gluten-free diet. The stuff is everywhere and seemingly in everything! To help those who are trying to be ...

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EW.com (blog)

Netflix: Santa Clarita Diet season 2 premiere date announced | EW ...
EW.com (blog)
Hungry for more, um, flesh? There's not long to wait; Netflix has set the season 2 premiere date for Santa Clarita Diet for late March. When the flesh-eating zombie horror-comedy returns March 23, we find Joel (Timothy Olyphant) and Sheila (Drew ...
'Santa Clarita Diet' returns to Netflix on March 23rdEngadget
'Santa Clarita Diet' Gets Season 2 Premiere Date On NetflixDeadline
Drew Barrymore's Santa Clarita Diet Welcomes Season 2 With a Relatable MemeE! Online
TVLine -Broadcasting & Cable -ComingSoon.net -Netflix
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Lifehacker Australia

How Diets Like Whole30 Can Lead to Eating Disorders
Lifehacker Australia
“All-or-nothing thinking is the trait that is most likely to put someone at risk for developing an eating disorder after a detox or diet,” said Koenig. “This is also true of people who are impulsive, impatient, have little frustration tolerance or ...



6abc.com

Study: no 'best' diet or weight loss
6abc.com
Study: No such thing as the best diet - Ali Gorman reports during Action News at 5pm on February 20, 2018. (WPVI). Healthy eating, including more vegetables, controlling calories is key. WPVI. Tuesday, February 20, 2018 05:45PM. PALO ALTO, California ...

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KTRK-TV

People swear by popular keto diet, but is it safe?
KTRK-TV
The ketogenic diet, also known as keto for short, is very popular - one of the 10 most searched-for diets on Google. The high-fat, moderate-protein and low-carb diet is even used to treat some medical conditions. But is it safe for everyone? "It is ...



Military.com

To Keto or Fast? What Diet Works?
Military.com
Diet fads come and go but what actually works? Some diets have scientific basis behind them but many do not. Understanding diet and nutritional choices is a full-time job and I am not a nutritionist, so finding what works and why it works is always ...

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New York Times

Counting Calories Is Not the Key to Weight Loss, New Study Finds
New York Times
Anyone who has ever been on a diet knows that the standard prescription for weight loss is to reduce the amount of calories you consume. But a new study, published Tuesday in JAMA, may turn that advice on its head. It found that people who cut back on ...

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The Independent

Why you should never go on another diet
The Independent
Most people - and women in particular - have been on a diet at some point in their lives. Past studies have concluded that two thirds of Brits are on a diet “most of the time,” women will spend 17 years of their lives on diets, and they also go on ...


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