• Pasta, wine, cheese: Is it possible to eat like an Italian and stay healthy?
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    Pasta, wine, cheese: Is it possible to eat like an Italian and stay healthy?

    Despite a near-religious devotion to food and wine, the Italian diet is immersed in healthy pleasures—not overindulgence.

  • There's a reason why feeling full can actually make you want to eat more
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    There's a reason why feeling full can actually make you want to eat more

    At last a scientific explanation for our cake addiction!

  • Could drinking coffee help us to lose weight?
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    Could drinking coffee help us to lose weight?

    Perhaps that coffee is giving you more than just a buzz.

  • How late night eating affects your body
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    How late night eating affects your body

    Studies and speculations linking late night eating to weight gain have been circulating for years, but is it really the one way ticket to obesity it’s made out be? Well, yes and no. There are a number of contributing factors that could cause weight gain. Reaching for sugary drinks and unhealthy snacks between meals causes insulin levels to spike and has a knock-on effect on appetite.

  • Could breakfast actually be bad for our health? This expert thinks so
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    Could breakfast actually be bad for our health? This expert thinks so

    Could breakfast be bad for our health? “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” say the experts. Instead Terence Kealey believes breakfast is a “dangerous meal” that could actually be as harmful to our health as smoking cigarettes.

  • 13 ways to beat the post-food belly bloat
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    Marie-Claire Dorking

    13 ways to beat the post-food belly bloat

    “Instead of three large meals per day, which can be hard on your digestive system, smaller portions more often could be the way forward. The temptation to gobble your food may be overwhelming, but it’s much better for your gut to take things slow. “Eating quickly and not chewing your food properly can cause a build up of air that leads to too much gas in the intestine,” explains Lisa Roukin.

  • This deli has finally created a menu that gets kids
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    Simone Olivero

    This deli has finally created a menu that gets kids

    On Tuesday, Reddit user Nick Moist posted a snap of the kid’s section on the menu at The Deli Mansion Park. On it there are four options: I Don’t Know, I Don’t Care, I’m Not Hungry and I Don’t Want That.  (photo: Reddit) While the menu is clearly poking fun at the unhelpful responses parents get when they ask their kids what they’d like to order, the descriptions for each provide some pretty viable options that will likely please – a hot dog, chicken tenders, grilled cheese and fish stix. Oh, and they all come with French fries so really, how could you go wrong?

  • You Should Eat Dinner No Later Than 7pm, Doctors Warn - Here’s Why
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    You Should Eat Dinner No Later Than 7pm, Doctors Warn - Here’s Why

    If you’re in the habit of eating your evening meal late at night, you might want to reconsider - it’s putting you at risk of heart attacks, doctors have warned. Having dinner within two hours of going to bed can leave the body on “high alert” and mean blood pressure does not fall properly overnight, increasing the risk to the heart. Cardiologists at a Turkish university studied more than 700 men and women with high blood pressure to establish what difference eating times and the consistency of their diet had on their health.

  • 'To lose weight and stay fit, exercising is second only to healthy eating,’ says adolescent doctor
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    Gail Johnson

    'To lose weight and stay fit, exercising is second only to healthy eating,’ says adolescent doctor

    Some people like to offer health advice even though the extent of their medical knowledge is what they’ve gleaned from watching “Dr. Oz” on TV. Vincent N. Cefalu, on the other hand, can say with some confidence he knows what he’s talking about.

  • Is it possible to protect yourself from the sun without using an SPF?
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    Simone Olivero

    Is it possible to protect yourself from the sun without using an SPF?

    “The best approach when shopping is to look for a sunscreen that’s mineral-based in zinc-oxide (which contains zero nanoparticles) or a sunscreen that uses natural antioxidant ingredients like pomegranate, elderberry, astaxanthin or vitamin C,” she suggests.  “Use the same degree of judgement you’d use when selecting a lotion, avoiding the ’dirty dozen’ cosmetic chemicals like parabens and parfum.” ALSO SEE: 10 sunscreen myths debunked But what if I’ve been using the same generic sunscreen for years? Ouimet warns that conventional sunscreens often contain chemicals that are questionable in their safety.

  • 5 Signs You Could Have A Food Intolerance
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    Alice Sholl

    5 Signs You Could Have A Food Intolerance

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  • Good lighting may encourage you make healthier meal choices
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    Simone Olivero

    Good lighting may encourage you make healthier meal choices

    We love a romantic, candlelit dinner as much as the next girl, but a recent study has uncovered that this lack of visibility may lead us to make unhealthy food choices. 

  • Eating processed food could ‘program’ your baby to be obese
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    Simone Olivero

    Eating processed food could ‘program’ your baby to be obese

    As most pregnant women are aware, what you eat during pregnancy directly effects the health of your unborn baby, which is why doctors recommend maintaining a healthy diet, usually containing fresh produce, whole foods and lean proteins. “BBP is part of a chemical family called phthalates, which are typically used to make plastics soft and malleable,” explains Mahua Choudhury, Ph.D., assistant professor at the Texas A&M Health Science Center Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy. “BBP is not used in food preparation, but it is used in the conveyor belts and plastic fittings on machines used to process many prepared foods.

  • Smoothies may not be as ‘healthy’ as you thought
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    Simone Olivero

    Smoothies may not be as ‘healthy’ as you thought

    Are you a fan of smoothies? “It’s very likely that you are getting more calories and sugar when you drink a smoothie than when eating whole fruits or vegetables,” Sarah B. Krieger, a registered and licensed dietitian nutritionist tells The New York Times. The main reason is that smoothies often contain way more ingredients than you could eat in one sitting.

  • Science says it’s OK to cheat on your diet
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    Simone Olivero

    Science says it’s OK to cheat on your diet

    Having trouble sticking to that strict diet? Take a day off! 

  • Could you have celiac disease?
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    Summer Fanous

    Could you have celiac disease?

    It’s a common question: is your food making you sick? 

  • Skipping breakfast is worse than having a second breakfast
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    Simone Olivero

    Skipping breakfast is worse than having a second breakfast

    Guilty of having breakfast at home and then grabbing a mid-morning snack once you get to work? Not to worry. You may actually be helping your body more than your colleague who skipped breakfast all together. 

  • What your gym says about your snacking habits
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    Simone Olivero

    What your gym says about your snacking habits

    Work out at the Y? You’re probably also into burritos, washed down with a little bit of Sauvignon Blanc.

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    PHOTOS: See the stars prepare for Oscar night

    Tonight is the night!Click through the gallery above to see the stars getting ready for Oscars 2016. Don’t forget to check out Yahoo Style, Yahoo Celebrity and Yahoo Movies for up-to-the-minute fashion, beauty and entertainment news surrounding the 88th Academy Awards.

  • Why you may want to consider eating an avocado a day
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    Karen Kwan

    Why you may want to consider eating an avocado a day

    Many of us are eating avocados every day – or at least that’s what the 90,000+ avocado toast posts on Instagram would suggest. Here’s a big myth debunked: for one, eating avocados regularly won’t make you fat. “The monounsaturated fats in avocados are what give it the creamy texture that make it such a good replacement for butter, margarine or mayonnaise,” says Michelle W. Book., the in-house nutritionist at the Canadian Health Food Association.

  • It’s not too late to start your post-holiday detox
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    Dr. Pamela Fergusson

    It’s not too late to start your post-holiday detox

    Should you do a full on detox, eating an extremely healthy diet for a period of time, or, does it make more sense to gradually ease back in to being healthier by doing things like replacing your afternoon cookie with an apple? Try introducing a “meatless” Monday, going plant-based until 6 p.m. or, even becoming vegetarian all together.

  • The colour-coded method for eating carbs
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    Simone Olivero

    The colour-coded method for eating carbs

    Time and time again we’ve been told to cut carbs. But when you look at what actually constitutes a carb, it starts to feel like you’re cutting everything 

  • Why you might want to consider becoming a ‘foodie’
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    Simone Olivero

    Why you might want to consider becoming a ‘foodie’

    The study profiled 502 women across the U.S. and found that those who ate the widest variety of uncommon foods tended to have lower body mass indexes (BMIs) when compared to those who stuck to a more tradition diet of common foods.