Katy’s Gut, Arnie’s Heart, & Other Celeb Parts Making News

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Trying to find cool celebrity stories in the news media shitstorm is like the world’s saddest game of Where’s Waldo. Nobody has time for that kind of stress so we’ve taken it upon ourselves to comb through the news and find the most interesting celebrity stories for you. 12 SOURCE: Vanity Fair 11 SOURCE: The […]

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The 5 Healthiest Types of Wine, Ranked

If you like wine, you've probably raised a glass (or two) to the reports that drinking it is good for you. Some research has shown that moderate wine drinkers are leaner, exercise more(!), and consume more antioxidants, including those not found in wine. But you might be wondering, are certain wines healthier than others? The short answer is yes. Read on […]

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10 Antioxidant-Rich Foods You Should Be Eating

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Eat This Carb and You Won't Gain Weight

[brightcove:5600354387001 default] Carbohydrates sound so innocent: mere starches, sugar and fiber that the body uses for energy. Yet health-conscious Americans despise them, designing entire diets just to cut them out. But out of the pile of cast-off carbs, there are some you should keep. New research around a certain kind of carb, called “resistant starch,” […]

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5 Good—and Bad—Things That Can Happen to Your Body When You Give Up Processed Foods

[brightcove:5672527937001 default] You've probably heard plenty of nutrition talk about eating "whole" or "clean," while avoiding highly processed foods. But what exactly is a processed food?"Any food that has been altered in some way during preparation is technically processed," says Mara Weber, RD, a clinical inpatient dietitian at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. […]

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Yes, ‘Diet’ Avocados Are Now a Thing—Here’s a Nutritionist’s Take

[brightcove:5042306646001 default] You do not need a diet avocado. I repeat: You do not need a diet avocado. But there is indeed a “skinny” version on the way. Called Avocado Light, the new variety is marketed by Spanish food company Isla Bonita as a fast ripening, slow-to-turn-brown fruit, with 30% less fat than traditional avos. […]

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