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Doctors Agree: These ‘Healthy’ Foods Could Be To Blame For Your Chronic Inflammation

Occasional bloating is one thing, but chronic inflammation can entirely derail your day, leading to struggles with self esteem and even a potentially unhealthy relationship with food as you work to navigate which ingredients are “safe” to eat and which will leave you blown up like a balloon. Many people who struggle with regular inflammation of the gut will attempt to follow healthier diets to eliminate foods which may be aggravating the gut, but the surprising reality is that even some nutritionally dense ingredients may be to blame for your tummy troubles, particularly if you’re eating them in bulk. 


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Taco takeoff: Exploring a simple, humble food’s explosion in the Buffalo area | Dining

Two things haven’t changed since the transition: the popularity of D.A. Taste’s beef birria tacos – slow-braised beef tacos dunked in a spicy consommé – and customers’ willingness to wait for an hour or more for the trendy fare. 

“Before we started, we thought tacos were just ground beef, lettuce, cheese, tomato – like everybody else,” Laia said. “Then we thought, ‘Why can’t you put this in it? Why not that?’ And it turned out right.”

Owner Azrael Laia custom finishes a taco order at the D.A. Taste Taco location at 141 Abbott Rd. at the former Jacobi’s Restaurant, in

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Reducing food waste to increase access to affordable foods | MIT News

About a third of the world’s food supply never gets eaten. That means the water, labor, energy, and fertilizer that went into growing, processing, and distributing the food is wasted.

On the other end of the supply chain are cash-strapped consumers, who have been further distressed in recent years by factors like the Covid-19 pandemic and inflation.

Spoiler Alert, a company founded by two MIT alumni, is helping companies bridge the gap between food waste and food insecurity with a platform connecting major food and beverage brands with discount grocers, retailers, and nonprofits. The platform helps brands discount or donate

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How to Choose Healthy Foods

On paper, eating healthy should be as easy as strolling through a park on a sunny day, but it’s actually more like maneuvering through a nutrition minefield—something you can blame on savvy packaging and marketing that positions certain products as being better for you than others.

When grabbing packaged foods adorned with words like “fruit,” “vegetable,” “whole grain,” or “high protein,” on their labels, it’s natural to assume they will offer you some level of added nutrition.

The reality, however, is that a number of these foods benefit from an undeserving health halo that can easily make them appear better

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This Winter, Keep Yourself Warm With These Healthy Fat-Rich Foods

People usually cut down on sweets to reduce weight. While this may be an easy strategy, some fats are needed by the body for a variety of reasons other than increasing weight. Especially during winters, the body requires an extra dose of food that is richer in healthy fats. These foods help us keep the body adequately warm from within. Also, fats perform several other functions, including making the body able to assimilate vitamins and other nutrients. The four vital vitamins A, D, E and K are fat soluble. What it means is that these nutrients will only be used

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These foods need ‘tobacco-style’ health warnings, experts say

It’s been called more addictive than heroin and cigarettes.

This is why highly processed “junk” foods need “tobacco-style” health warnings, say researchers from international health organization Vital Strategies, in a new report published by BMJ Global Heath.

Dishes in this category include many staples of the Western diet: potato chips, French fries, hot dogs, bacon, candy, sodas and other dangerously tasty treats. Despite this, authors argue that the public is largely unaware of the potential health dangers of these foods, thanks to “decades of persuasive marketing by the food industry” and flavors scientifically proven to get people hooked.


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43 Healthy Low-Carb Foods That Taste Incredible

Eating fewer carbs can have impressive health benefits.

It has been shown to significantly reduce hunger levels, which tends to lead to automatic weight loss, without the need for calorie counting (1, 2).

At least 23 studies have found that low-carb diets can cause up to 2–3 times more weight loss than low-fat diets (3, 4).

Decreasing your carb intake can also have numerous other health benefits, such as reducing your blood sugar, blood pressure and triglycerides or improving your “good” HDL cholesterol (5, 6, 7, 8, 9,

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14 ‘Health Foods’ That May Not Be as Nutritious as You Thought

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Navigating the grocery aisles in search of nutritious foods has become increasingly complex as an increasingly large number of so-called healthy products fill the shelves.

Companies often use wording on product labels and in their marketing to appeal to customers who are trying to make healthier choices. You might see claims on labels like:

  • low fat
  • vegan
  • gluten-free
  • low carb

Unfortunately, just because a food uses words like these on its label or

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Better-for-You Alternatives for 14 Favorite Foods

Most of us love to indulge in the occasional bowl of ice cream or bag of chips. Both are wildly delicious and can be enjoyed from time to time.

But when we start eating nutrient-depleted foods on a regular basis — when they become a key feature of our eating patterns — that’s when we run the risk of developing significant health risks in the long run.

Food should bring joy, not a headache. In a society saturated with dieting dogma, negative food sentiments are widespread. “Can’t have it,” “won’t eat that,” and the ever-trendy “that’s so bad for me”

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What foods boost gut health? A doctor reveals the biggest mistake you can make

It’s impossible to talk about the gut without getting a little scatological.

The human gut runs from your stomach on down — at its most fundamental level, the gut is composed of a series of stages that takes the food you put in, processes it, and then puts out the waste materials. But the work of digestion isn’t accomplished by your cells alone. Rather, it is the collective work of billions of micro-organisms.

This mega colony, also known as the microbiome, that lives in your gut helps break down food by absorbing some of what you eat. And as Napoleon

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