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Links between meal frequency and BMI found by research

Timing and frequency of meals play a role in predicting weight loss or gain, suggests new research.

Our 8 Favorite Summer Snacks

Summer break is halfway over, which means there's still plenty of time for fun outdoors! We've been packing lots of snacks and these are some favorites.

Taste and health affect consumer choices for milk and nondairy beverages

To learn more about what affects consumer decisions regarding fluid milk purchases, researchers used surveys, conjoint analysis, and means-end-chain analysis to uncover the underlying values among dairy milk and nondairy beverage consumers. Show More Summary

Paleo Turmeric Cauliflower “Rice” Recipe [Keto, AIP]

The post Paleo Turmeric Cauliflower “Rice” Recipe [Keto, AIP] appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. You probably already know just how amazing turmeric can be for you (if you don’t know, then don’t worry, I’ll explain why it’s good below). Show More Summary

Everything You Need to Know About the Chipotle Outbreak

Is it safe to eat at Chipotle? Customers reported experiencing painful norovirus symptoms ranging from severe stomach discomfort, nausea, dizziness, and dehydration to vomiting and diarrhea—which even drove two victims to the hospital. Show More Summary

This One Trick Will Make Your Coffee Taste Better Instantly

Chemists at the University of Bath collaborated with a British cafe to discover how the temperature of coffee beans affects flavor. “What you’re looking for is a grind that has the smallest difference between the smallest and largest particle,” said Christopher Hendon, a chemist who was involved in the study. Show More Summary

Benefits of gastric bypass surgery linked to changes in sweet taste preference

Worldwide, the number of patients struggling with obesity is rapidly increasing in both adults and children. Diet and exercise are the mainstays of treatment for obesity, but have limited effectiveness. While bariatric surgery can produce sustained and significant weight loss for most patients, not all patients experience similar benefits.

Eating at 'wrong time' affects body weight, circadian rhythms

A new high-precision feeding system for lab mice reinforces the idea that the time of day food is eaten is more critical to weight loss than the amount of calories ingested.

34 Palatable Ketogenic Pressure Cooker Recipes

The post 34 Palatable Ketogenic Pressure Cooker Recipes appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. I’m a big fan of using pressure cookers to make keto meals. You can really speed up the cooking time of so many recipes – which is great for those days when you don’t feel like spending hours in the kitchen. Show More Summary

2 Studies Just Revealed Coffee's Most Important Health Benefit Yet

A cup (or, let's be honest, three cups) of coffee a day does more than just keep the cranky, groggy feelings away - it's actually proven to increase your longevity. Not one but two recent studies published in the Annals of Internal Medicine confirmed coffee's most important health benefit: it can help you live longer.

This Is Why McDonald’s Fries Are So Addictive

Tempted by the welcoming scent, you succumbed to buying a small serving of McDonald’s french fries. Mickey D’s fries are made of more than just Russet Burbank and Shepody potatoes—they also pack in vegetable oil (canola oil, corn oil, soybean oil, hydrogenated soybean oil, natural beef flavor), dextrose, sodium acid pyrophosphate, and salt.

Why Smoothies Aren't as Healthy as You Think

I hopped on the smoothie train and rode that obsession hard. I was all about green smoothies, protein smoothies, and thick and creamy overnight oats smoothies.

How Blue Apron Can Help Your Kids Learn To Cook

Blue Apron makes it easy for the whole family to be involved with the cooking and, at the same time, for your kids to learn how to cook.

5-Minute Paleo Apple Raisin Side Salad Recipe

The post 5-Minute Paleo Apple Raisin Side Salad Recipe appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. This is a simple Paleo side salad that you can throw together in no time! The trick to this Paleo side salad recipe… The trick is to make a large batch of this crunchy salad topping in advance. Show More Summary

Pineapple Coconut Muffins from Super Healthy Kids

Hi! I’m Amy from Super Healthy Kids, and I’m so happy Lisa invited me to share one of our family recipes with you. These Pineapple Coconut Muffins are light and sweet with pineapples and honey, and they make us feel like we’re on a tropical island

Paleo Egg Frittata Muffins Recipe [Keto, Dairy-Free]

The post Paleo Egg Frittata Muffins Recipe [Keto, Dairy-Free] appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. One of the problems I have at restaurants when I order omelets or frittatas is that they always contain dairy. Sometimes in the form of cheese but often also in the form of milk or cream that they add to the egg mixture. Show More Summary

The Best And Worst Alcoholic Drinks For Your Waistline, Ranked By Calories

Before you rush out to happy hour, we have some very important information for you.

Slow Cooker Chicken “Tagine” (+our trip to Morocco!)

We just got back from the trip of a lifetime, and I have a recipe to share that was inspired by our adventure! I absolutely LOVE to travel – exploring new places simply feels like part of who I am – and as long as I can remember it’s been a goal of mine to visit 6 of the 7 continents before I die (sorry Antarctica). Show More Summary

House dust spurs growth of fat cells in lab tests

Poor diet and a lack of physical activity are major contributors to the world's obesity epidemic, but researchers have also identified common environmental pollutants that could play a role. Now one team reports that small amounts of house dust containing many of these compounds can spur fat cells to accumulate more triglycerides, or fat, in a lab dish.

Strawberries Might Reduce the Mental Effects of Aging

A new study shows strawberries contain an antioxidant called fisetin that may help treat age-related mental decline and conditions like Alzheimer’s disease or stroke.

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