The latest study from Tufts University show that eating whole grains versus refined grains help with weight loss. Previous studies prove that whole grains have health and nutrition benefits, higher fiber intake, and controls glycemic levels and insulin sensitivity but no one has tested metabolic rates and whether it regulates weight. In this study, they […]

Studies show that “seductive names” make vegetables more appealing.  A team at Stanford found that vegetable sales went up by 25% with names such as “sizzlin’ beans, dynamite beets, or twisted citrus-glazed carrots” compared to basic labels like simply “carrots.” Interestingly, seductive labels increased sales by 41% compared to “healthy restrictive” labels such as “carrots

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