Can You Eat Pigeon Peas If You Have Breast Cancer?

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SOURCES: International Journal of Cancer Research and Treatment: “Dietary Patterns and Breast Cancer Risk: A Systematic Review.” Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology: “The pros and cons of phytoestrogens.” American Cancer Society: “Soy and Cancer Risk: Our Expert’s Advice.” JoAnna Hazard,

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Paige VanZant: Multitalented Mixed Martial Artist talks about her workout, diet and success story

Paige VanZant

Photo Credits: Tim Vanburgen Paige Michelle VanZant is an American mixed martial artist, author, and model. VanZant was signed to the flyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. In August 2020, VanZant signed a contract to fight exclusively in the

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Diet Changes Women Over 50 Should ConsiderDiet Changes Women Over 50 Should Consider

Diet Changes Women Over 50 Should ConsiderDiet Changes Women Over 50 Should Consider

There are some diet changes women over 50 should consider. Our bodies change year-after-year and after 50, age begins to take it’s toll. Making changes will improve your overall health and should avoid health problems later in life.  5 Diet

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Climate impact on childhood diet may undermine food security efforts

Climate impact on childhood diet may undermine food security efforts

By Donna Lu A drought-affected farm in El Salvador in 2018REUTERS/Jose Cabezas Warming temperatures and more variable rainfall are reducing diet diversity among children in many countries around the world – and may even undermine efforts to improve food security.

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Exercise Doesn’t Boost Health If You Stay Obese

Exercise Doesn't Boost Health If You Stay Obese

FRIDAY, Jan. 22, 2021 (HealthDay News) — The harmful effects of obesity on the heart can’t be undone by exercise, and it’s not possible to be “fat but healthy,” Spanish researchers warn. “Exercise does not seem to compensate for

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Bill Is Staying on Track, Even While Traveling

Bill Kimm week 3

This post appears as part of our Healthier 2021 series, in which we follow three WebMD team members as they strive to improve their health this year. You can follow their journeys here. By Bill Kimm I

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Angelina Lilienne: Instagram Sensation Talks about her Workout, Diet and Beauty Secrets

Angelina Lilienne: Instagram Sensation Talks about her Workout, Diet and Beauty Secrets

Angelina Lilienne is an Instagram star and beauty blogger. She is best recognized for sharing modeling and makeup related photos through her Instagram for her over 550,000 plus followers. She is also known for her traveling videos and has shared.

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Are there benefits of a plant-based diet for diabetes management?

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Ask Dana:  Simple Solutions to your Diabetes Dilemmas QUESTION:Dear Dana,With the beginning of the new year and my quest for better health, I have been reading a lot about plant-based diets. It seems to be all over social media and the

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Sticking to Mediterranean diet is good for the brain

Sticking to Mediterranean diet is good for the brain

Those cheat days may be having an impact on more than just your waistline. A new study by researchers at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago found that regularly sneaking fried foods, sweets, refined sugars and red meat counteract the

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