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Business Insider

I tried a diet that celebrities are obsessed with, but I'll never try it again
Business Insider
Manny Ocbazghi: I went on a very popular diet in Silicon Valley that celebrities like Hugh Jackman, Terry Crews, and The Rock swear by. It's called intermittent fasting, so it's more of a fast than a diet. It's supposed to help you lose weight ...

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EndocrineWeb

12 Weeks on a Strict Liquid Diet Program Reverses Diabetes
EndocrineWeb
An intensive weight loss diet, totaling about 825 calories a day, can send type 2 diabetes packing,1 according to a study published in the Lancet. The diet is extremely limited—just 825 calories a day—and was overseen by primary care health care ...



Telegraph.co.uk

What are the healthiest foods for a balanced diet?
Telegraph.co.uk
Everyone knows that a balanced diet is essential to enjoying a long, healthy life. And we all know that we're supposed to aim for five servings of fresh fruit and vegetables a day, as well as avoiding the temptations of a McDonald's Big Mac. However ...



Women's Health

What Is The Candida Diet, And Will It Really Improve Your Health?
Women's Health
These days it feels like there are a thousand elimination diets out there that will cure every ailment from migraines to acne. Now, the Candida Diet is taking on yeast. Candida is a type of yeast that lives in your mouth and gut or on your skin. This ...



Minneapolis Star Tribune

Minnesota music notes: Black Diet, So It Goes reunite for weekend concerts
Minneapolis Star Tribune
They made a splash at First Avenue's Best New Bands of 2013 showcase and won Vita.mn's Are You Local? contest in 2014, so predictably Black Diet went on indefinite hiatus in 2016. If you've missed their bright, lively, fun-loving presence, the soulful ...

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KIRO Seattle

This is what 12 Diet Cokes a day can do to your body, according to nutritionists
KIRO Seattle
While agencies set regulatory acceptable daily intakes for food additives, including sugar substitutes found in Diet Coke, to keep people safe, Rahaf Al Bochi, an Atlanta-based registered dietitian and nutritionist and owner of Olive Tree Nutrition ...

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Atlanta Journal Constitution

This is what 12 Diet Cokes a day can do to your body, according to Atlanta nutritionists
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Do you love Diet Coke? Love it enough to drink a dozen of them in a day? According to a recently published New York Times article on a day in the life of the commander-in-chief , President Donald Trump reportedly downs a dozen cans of the soda a day ...
President Trump reportedly drinks 12 cans of Diet Coke every day -- this is what it does to your bodyAOL
Trump's Daily Diet Will Make You Wonder How He's Still AliveMTL Blog (blog)

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The Denver Post

Trump reportedly drinks 12 cans of Diet Coke each day
The Denver Post
Those keeping tabs on President Donald Trump's diet know that Wendy's and McDonald's are staples. While campaigning, Trump inhaled Filets-o-Fish and Big Macs, savored bacon, eggs and sausage and snacked on Oreos. He'd then wash it all down with a Diet ...
Trump drinks 12 Diet Cokes a day. What does that do to your body?The Boston Globe
President Trump Reportedly Drinks 12 Diet Cokes a Day. Here's What That Does to Your BodyTIME
A 12 Diet Cokes-a-day habit like Trump's is worth changingCNN
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The Mercury News

Why you really need more magnesium in your diet
The Mercury News
Welcome to the club, you may be one of the many Americans who don't get enough magnesium in their diet. If you are looking to make wellness one of your priorities in the new year, it's time to take stock of your diet. This nutrient is vital to our ...



The Independent

Slimming World 'Syns' diet plan criticised for encouraging food guilt
The Independent
Diet culture is seen everywhere from restaurant menus to supermarkets and I believe that if we perceive what we eat as good or bad, it is often an extension of how we perceive ourselves.” In response to Lambert's comments, a spokesperson for Slimming ...

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