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Great Bend Tribune
How to successfully transition from rigid dieting to eating intuitivelythey eat a meal. The plate method is simple: divide your plate into four equal
How to successfully transition from rigid dieting to eating intuitively
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 40 minutes ago
they eat a meal. The plate method is simple: divide your plate into four equal parts and fill each quarter with a starch, protein, vegetable and fruit. Obviously for some meals it may make more sense to skip the fruit and in that case, aim for... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Weirdest beauty treatments that actually workuses ultrasound energy to stimulate collagen production in the deepest layers o
Weirdest beauty treatments that actually work
The Courier Mail / Posted 47 minutes ago
uses ultrasound energy to stimulate collagen production in the deepest layers of the skin. Collagen is the main structural protein in connective tissue that keeps skin taut and smooth. We’re born with loads of it, but sun damage and ageing cause it... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Weirdest beauty treatments that actually workuses ultrasound energy to stimulate collagen production in the deepest layers o
Weirdest beauty treatments that actually work
Daily Telegraph / Posted 59 minutes ago
uses ultrasound energy to stimulate collagen production in the deepest layers of the skin. Collagen is the main structural protein in connective tissue that keeps skin taut and smooth. We’re born with loads of it, but sun damage and ageing cause it... Read more
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Perth Now
Weirdest beauty treatments that actually workuses ultrasound energy to stimulate collagen production in the deepest layers o
Weirdest beauty treatments that actually work
Perth Now / Posted an hour ago
uses ultrasound energy to stimulate collagen production in the deepest layers of the skin. Collagen is the main structural protein in connective tissue that keeps skin taut and smooth. We’re born with loads of it, but sun damage and ageing cause it... Read more
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New Kerala
Novel protein acts as research tool for Alzheimer's disease - newkerala.com #94506These changes mean that the new protein does not form amyloid fibres or sticky
Novel protein acts as research tool for Alzheimer's disease - newkerala.com #94506
New Kerala / Posted an hour ago
These changes mean that the new protein does not form amyloid fibres or sticky clumps, and, unlike Amyloid-beta, is not toxic to nerve cells. "Our study clearly shows that the aggregation of Amyloid-beta into bigger species is critical in its... Read more
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iol.co.za
Tanzania’s farmers hail mushrooming profitshas set up a processing and collection centre where farmers can come to sell th
Tanzania’s farmers hail mushrooming profits
iol.co.za / Posted 2 hours ago
has set up a processing and collection centre where farmers can come to sell their mushrooms, Kileo said. Because the protein-rich fungi have a short production cycle, farmers can grow them throughout the year and generate a good profit, he... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
The Pros And Cons Of Possums In Your Roofin north Queensland, Jane and her colleagues showed that female possums with ac
The Pros And Cons Of Possums In Your Roof
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 4 hours ago
in north Queensland, Jane and her colleagues showed that female possums with access to the greatest amounts of available protein within their home ranges were more likely to breed twice, rather than just once per year. Eucalypts are generally a... Read more
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New Kerala
Non-invasive gene therapy could treat brain tumour - newkerala.com #94428from cells upon viral infection and activates several genes downstream. IFNb i
Non-invasive gene therapy could treat brain tumour - newkerala.com #94428
New Kerala / Posted 4 hours ago
from cells upon viral infection and activates several genes downstream. IFNb is a cytokine, which is a class of secreted proteins that play important immune functions in our body. IFNb is naturally secreted from our body cells as a part of immune... Read more
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Jersey Evening Post
Refugee camps in France issue urgent appeal for tinned food « Jersey Evening Posturgent appeal for food, particularly donations of tinned fish, after medics in
Refugee camps in France issue urgent appeal for tinned food « Jersey Evening Post
Jersey Evening Post / Posted 4 hours ago
urgent appeal for food, particularly donations of tinned fish, after medics in the camps raised the alarm about the lack of protein in people’s diets. More than 7,000 people are said to be living in refugee camps in France, and last week major aid... Read more
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dna
Scientists hunt 'anti-evolution' drugs in new cancer fight... we need researchers around the world to embrace the challenge." Already an
Scientists hunt 'anti-evolution' drugs in new cancer fight
dna / Posted 5 hours ago
... we need researchers around the world to embrace the challenge." Already an experimental medicine inhibiting the protein Hsp90, which cancer cells use to protect themselves from stress, has shown encouraging results in clinical trials.... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Plating up pulses: Culinary workhorse gets a chance to shine2013 report on edible insects, the U.N. wants the world to think about food sec
Plating up pulses: Culinary workhorse gets a chance to shine
Connecticut Post / Posted 6 hours ago
2013 report on edible insects, the U.N. wants the world to think about food security as it faces a future where traditional protein sources will strain resources. If you don’t want to crunch down on grubs, then chickpeas, Great Northern beans and... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Matcha is having a moment in Sacramentoon how the matcha is used. “It’s important that you don’t add any cow’s milk t
Matcha is having a moment in Sacramento
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 6 hours ago
on how the matcha is used. “It’s important that you don’t add any cow’s milk to it,” Zidenberg-Cherr said. “There is a protein in cow’s milk that will bind to those important catechins and reduce how much you actually get in your body.” Some... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Plating up pulses: Culinary workhorse gets a chance to shine2013 report on edible insects, the U.N. wants the world to think about food sec
Plating up pulses: Culinary workhorse gets a chance to shine
Darien News-Review / Posted 6 hours ago
2013 report on edible insects, the U.N. wants the world to think about food security as it faces a future where traditional protein sources will strain resources. If you don’t want to crunch down on grubs, then chickpeas, Great Northern beans and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kiwi chefs take on Aussies for shot at world championshipsand showcases organic New Zealand produce that's available at the time. "The c
Kiwi chefs take on Aussies for shot at world championships
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
and showcases organic New Zealand produce that's available at the time. "The concept behind the dish is to serve the protein in its natural environment and it's really just to showcase New Zealand produce."Tom Hishon's Aotearoa blackfoot.... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Plating up pulses: Culinary workhorse gets a chance to shine2013 report on edible insects, the U.N. wants the world to think about food sec
Plating up pulses: Culinary workhorse gets a chance to shine
Stamford Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
2013 report on edible insects, the U.N. wants the world to think about food security as it faces a future where traditional protein sources will strain resources. If you don’t want to crunch down on grubs, then chickpeas, Great Northern beans and... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Copperhead snakes engage in nightly summertime feeding congregationcopperheads might hold a key to improving human health. Over the past decade, m
Copperhead snakes engage in nightly summertime feeding congregation
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 hours ago
copperheads might hold a key to improving human health. Over the past decade, medical research has shown contortrostatin, a protein found in copperhead venom, has proved effective in treating some forms of cancer, particularly breast cancer. The... Read more
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TribLIVE
Saturday brunches are luring in hungry customerssugar, whipped cream and choice of topping, including strawberries, peanut butt
Saturday brunches are luring in hungry customers
TribLIVE / Posted 9 hours ago
sugar, whipped cream and choice of topping, including strawberries, peanut butter and candied almonds. Add some protein by ordering Chicken 'N Funnel Cake ($10), which is panko-fried chicken and maple syrup atop a funnel pancake. A fried... Read more
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TribLIVE
Black beans, sweet potatoes pair up for a nutritious saladall the way back from his Brazilian vacation years ago. Black beans are such a
Black beans, sweet potatoes pair up for a nutritious salad
TribLIVE / Posted 9 hours ago
all the way back from his Brazilian vacation years ago. Black beans are such an inexpensive, versatile little bundle of protein, fiber and carbs that my stone pot gets used quite often. I love to cook up batches of beans and then divvy them up... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Prawn farm boom forecast for north Queenslandworld-class systems, as well as training marine biologists and managers to work
Prawn farm boom forecast for north Queensland
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 hours ago
world-class systems, as well as training marine biologists and managers to work in the business. The facility said aquaculture would be a vital source of sustainable food protein in the future. Contact Ben Millington More stories from Queen... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Healthy eating: Lemony white bean spreadinformation per 1/4-cup serving: Calories, 108; total fat, 5.4 grams; saturate
Healthy eating: Lemony white bean spread
Craig Daily Press / Posted 13 hours ago
information per 1/4-cup serving: Calories, 108; total fat, 5.4 grams; saturated fat, .7 gram; cholesterol 0 milligram; protein 3.9 grams; total carbohydrates, 10.7 grams; dietary fiber 3.5 grams; sodium, 204.9 milligrams Adapted from the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Why Olympian Natalie Coughlin says swimming is anything but ‘boring’Chia seeds, frozen dark cherries, half of a banana and some Greek yogurt. It’s
Why Olympian Natalie Coughlin says swimming is anything but ‘boring’
Los Angeles Times / Posted 13 hours ago
Chia seeds, frozen dark cherries, half of a banana and some Greek yogurt. It’s a really good way to get some good quality protein in and then you get all those wonderful antioxidants from the cherries that help repair your muscles and fight... Read more
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Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
Much more than a pastimefrom the pot and stored in gourds to be used to barter with tribes from south o
Much more than a pastime
Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin / Posted 13 hours ago
from the pot and stored in gourds to be used to barter with tribes from south of the Great Lakes. Fish was the main protein for the Huron and was often added to corn soup and a corn-based stew called sagamite. Given fishing was such a... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Much more than a pastimefrom the pot and stored in gourds to be used to barter with tribes from south o
Much more than a pastime
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 13 hours ago
from the pot and stored in gourds to be used to barter with tribes from south of the Great Lakes. Fish was the main protein for the Huron and was often added to corn soup and a corn-based stew called sagamite. Given fishing was such a... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Consume ghee in small quantity everydaywill their body be able to accept it? Nutritionist Dr Sujatha Stephen said, “We
Consume ghee in small quantity everyday
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 13 hours ago
will their body be able to accept it? Nutritionist Dr Sujatha Stephen said, “We often find that people are adding excess protein to their diet or an excess of fibre. Anything in excess is harmful for the body. It has been found that a shift in... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Much more than a pastimefrom the pot and stored in gourds to be used to barter with tribes from south o
Much more than a pastime
Barrie Examiner / Posted 13 hours ago
from the pot and stored in gourds to be used to barter with tribes from south of the Great Lakes. Fish was the main protein for the Huron and was often added to corn soup and a corn-based stew called sagamite. Given fishing was such a... Read more
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New York Post
The cruel truth of why men lose weight easier than womensets and exercises using the heaviest weight you can lift for 10 reps while kee
The cruel truth of why men lose weight easier than women
New York Post / Posted 14 hours ago
sets and exercises using the heaviest weight you can lift for 10 reps while keeping perfect form.2. Plan your meals around protein No matter how much you lift, you can’t build calorie-burning muscle if you’re not eating enough protein. Every time... Read more
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Business Wire
Octapharma ist Sponsor von zwei Symposien auf dem Weltkongress 2016 der World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) in Orlando (USA)der aus einer humanen Zelllinie hergestellt wird, ohne chemische Veränderung od
Octapharma ist Sponsor von zwei Symposien auf dem Weltkongress 2016 der World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) in Orlando (USA)
Business Wire / Posted 15 hours ago
der aus einer humanen Zelllinie hergestellt wird, ohne chemische Veränderung oder Fusion mit irgendeinem anderen Protein, und daher frei von antigenen nichtmenschlichen Protein-Epitopen ist1,2. Das Entwicklungsziel von Nuwiq® liegt darin,... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Tips for a cheap way to go to Clark County Fairday is sponsored by the McRay Co. Monday will be the Second Harvest Food Drive
Tips for a cheap way to go to Clark County Fair
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
day is sponsored by the McRay Co. Monday will be the Second Harvest Food Drive Day. Bring three canned goods, preferably protein, and admission will be $3. This day is sponsored by Reliant Restoration. Wednesday is Kid’s Day. On this day all... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Better understanding of HIV latency could be key to eradicating virus, say researcherslatency. Questions the group hopes to answer over the next five years include
Better understanding of HIV latency could be key to eradicating virus, say researchers
News-Medical-Net / Posted 16 hours ago
latency. Questions the group hopes to answer over the next five years include if LRAs will promote the expression of viral protein on the surface of infected cells, and if pairing LRAs with immune interventions will lead to the clearance of... Read more
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The Hindu
We need a Nutrition Missionon the health, nutrition and social status of children, adolescent girls and wo
We need a Nutrition Mission
The Hindu / Posted 16 hours ago
on the health, nutrition and social status of children, adolescent girls and women as a priority. Undernutrition — both protein energy malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies like iron deficiency anaemia — among nearly 70 per cent of... Read more
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express
Could a parasite found in CAT POO be used to fight ovarian cancer tumours?cancer Cancer patient becomes first in UK to give birth using frozen tissue N
Could a parasite found in CAT POO be used to fight ovarian cancer tumours?
express / Posted 16 hours ago
cancer Cancer patient becomes first in UK to give birth using frozen tissue Now US scientists have found the specific proteins secreted by the parasite that cause the immune system in mice to attack established ovarian tumours. The process... Read more
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express
NEW ALZHEIMER'S HOPE: 'Gene' test could help determine condition risk levelbehind the new test believe it will be more than 80 per cent accurate in predic
NEW ALZHEIMER'S HOPE: 'Gene' test could help determine condition risk level
express / Posted 16 hours ago
behind the new test believe it will be more than 80 per cent accurate in predicting dangerous levels of ‘amyloid beta’, a protein seen as the main harbinger of the condition. GETTYScientists believe it will be more than 80 per cent accurate in... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers get new insight into deadly fungal infectionsto treat these infections. It appears that these fungi are less able to invade
Researchers get new insight into deadly fungal infections
PhysOrg / Posted 17 hours ago
to treat these infections. It appears that these fungi are less able to invade human cells after the inhibition of a protein called platelet-derived growth factor receptor (PGDFR), which plays a key role in cell growth. Dr. Bruno and Dr.... Read more
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The News-Herald
Dunkin's improving its egg patty: less water, more yolkshould start rolling out nationally in mid-August. The new egg patty will have
Dunkin's improving its egg patty: less water, more yolk
The News-Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
should start rolling out nationally in mid-August. The new egg patty will have 100 calories, 8 grams of fat and 6 grams of protein. That’s compared with 45 calories, 2 grams of fat and 5 grams of protein for the current egg, according to Dunkin’.... Read more
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ajc.com
School lunch ideas Atlantarecommends giving kids choices and, as a general rule, aiming for at least thre
School lunch ideas Atlanta
ajc.com / Posted 19 hours ago
recommends giving kids choices and, as a general rule, aiming for at least three food groups in the lunchbox, i.e. protein, vegetables and whole grains. Some of the lunches she prepares for her kids include the following: hummus and... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientist develops new method for identifying proteins to build new biologicsarthritis and some cancers. Biologics are a type of drug that results from the
Scientist develops new method for identifying proteins to build new biologics
News-Medical-Net / Posted 20 hours ago
arthritis and some cancers. Biologics are a type of drug that results from the high-tech manipulation of our own proteins, as opposed to more traditional drugs built from synthetic chemicals. Because of their success so far, scientists... Read more
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Medical News Today
Alzheimer's protein spreads through space between brain cellsNew research reveals at least one way that the toxic tau protein associated wit
Alzheimer's protein spreads through space between brain cells
Medical News Today / Posted 20 hours ago
New research reveals at least one way that the toxic tau protein associated with Alzheimer's disease jumps from brain cell to brain cell - it spreads through the extracellular space that surrounds them. In the brain there is a protein called tau,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Livestock Industry, Hope for Economic Diversification, Say Animal Scientistsconsumers," he said. Meat is no doubt the most valuable livestock product that
Livestock Industry, Hope for Economic Diversification, Say Animal Scientists
AllAfrica.com / Posted 21 hours ago
consumers," he said. Meat is no doubt the most valuable livestock product that serves as first choice of animal protein for many, Adeoye said, but food safety concerns have received global attention and have been characterised by the... Read more
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NBC News
'Women Who Lift': Meet the Engineers Behind 'Spitfire Athlete'a rower, is also a competitive weightlifter. The two met when Parker attended a
'Women Who Lift': Meet the Engineers Behind 'Spitfire Athlete'
NBC News / Posted 21 hours ago
a rower, is also a competitive weightlifter. The two met when Parker attended a party straight from the gym carrying a protein shake, Parker said. Kulkarni, also in attendance, approached Parker to ask what type of shake it was. The exchange... Read more
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Daily Mail
First gene-editing trial to start next month in Chinathe body. The researchers will extract T cells from the blood of patients taki
First gene-editing trial to start next month in China
Daily Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
the body. The researchers will extract T cells from the blood of patients taking part in the trail. A gene coding for a protein called PD-9 will be knocked out in the cells using CRISPR-Cas9. The technique uses tags and an enzyme to cut DNA in... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New protein may help scientists understand role of Abeta in Alzheimer's diseaseA new protein which will help scientists to understand why nerve cells die in p
New protein may help scientists understand role of Abeta in Alzheimer's disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 22 hours ago
A new protein which will help scientists to understand why nerve cells die in people with Alzheimer's disease has been designed in a University of Sussex laboratory. In people with Alzheimer's, Amyloid-beta (Abeta) proteins stick together to make... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Reversing Eid weight gainentirely. This will only make you hungrier and make it harder to stick with a h
Reversing Eid weight gain
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 22 hours ago
entirely. This will only make you hungrier and make it harder to stick with a healthy eating programme. Make sure you have protein like eggs, cottage cheese or yogurt in your breakfast to satisfy your appetite throughout the day. Get moving: It’s... Read more
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Business Wire
Octapharma to Sponsor Two Symposia at the 2016 World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) World Congress in Orlando, USAis a fourth generation rFVIII derived from a human cell line without chemical m
Octapharma to Sponsor Two Symposia at the 2016 World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) World Congress in Orlando, USA
Business Wire / Posted 22 hours ago
is a fourth generation rFVIII derived from a human cell line without chemical modification or fusion with any other protein and is devoid of antigenic non-human epitopes1,2. The development aim of Nuwiq® is to address the challenges of FVIII... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Lessons for lunch that tick all boxesone food from each of these groups in the lunch box,” she said. Those core gro
Lessons for lunch that tick all boxes
Adelaide Now / Posted 23 hours ago
one food from each of these groups in the lunch box,” she said. Those core groups are grains (for example rice or quinoa), protein foods (chicken, lentils), dairy (yoghurt, cheese), fruit (berries, melons) and vegetables (in a range of colours, so... Read more
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Daily Mail
Woman wins bikini fitness contest on a VEGAN diettraining programmes and diets The bikini girls ate a diet of tofu, pulses, leg
Woman wins bikini fitness contest on a VEGAN diet
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
training programmes and diets The bikini girls ate a diet of tofu, pulses, legumes oats, quinoa, dark green veg and vegan protein powder Deni won first place in the Beach Body category at Miss Galaxy Universe in July 2016 while Vicky placed... Read more
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Daily Mail
The hidden health clues in the SHAPE of your foodhelp support brain function. They also help to warn off dementia and a recent
The hidden health clues in the SHAPE of your food
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
help support brain function. They also help to warn off dementia and a recent study found walnut extract broke down the protein-based plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease. So, that’s why walnuts have been nicknamed as ‘brain-food’ all... Read more
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Marie Claire
How to eat healthy when you have a lifeovernight you have been using energy while sleeping and it�s time to break-the-
How to eat healthy when you have a life
Marie Claire / Posted 23 hours ago
overnight you have been using energy while sleeping and it�s time to break-the-fast of sleep. No time? No problem, grab a protein shake and add some oats to the mix for a on the go protein and carb hit.' Fruit is also a good option, and portable,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Science by stealth: secret missions of a visual science communicatorsketches created as part of the animation planning process. When shown both the
Science by stealth: secret missions of a visual science communicator
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
sketches created as part of the animation planning process. When shown both the sketchy prototype of the cancer-associated protein p53 alongside the polished and rendered final cut, people point to the sketch and ask about it. They ask what the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers describe how free radicals contribute to agingCredit: Yale University Aging in part is the result of oxidative damage to prot
Researchers describe how free radicals contribute to aging
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Credit: Yale University Aging in part is the result of oxidative damage to proteins caused by free radicals, a byproduct of interaction of our bodies and radiation such as sunlight. A new study by Yale scientists provides some clues into how this... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Norwich sports firm Hench Nutrition launches crowdfunding campaignhe thinks will help his company to steal a march on the competition in a crowde
Norwich sports firm Hench Nutrition launches crowdfunding campaign
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted yesterday
he thinks will help his company to steal a march on the competition in a crowded marketplace, develop new ranges and move protein-enriched products into the mainstream. “It’s come a long way from where the industry began with Arnold... Read more
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