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Does Facebook encourage dangerous diets?

A study finds that women who have an emotional connection to Facebook are more likely to compare their bodies to others' and they're more at risk to engage in risky dieting.

Restaurant food not much healthier than fast food

Eating food from restaurants, regardless of whether it's fast food or sit-in, makes no difference to the calorie, fat and sugar content. Home cooked meals remain the best way to control nutrient intake, a study suggests.

Low-fat diets are dead. They only drive us to sugar.

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans Committee quietly drops restrictions on dietary fat intake and says people must rather choose foods based on their quality. Think whole dairy and nuts rather than low-fat potato chips and those with added sugars.

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