|High-glycemic-index diets linked to risk of Alzheimer's Disease||12/06/17|
|Pro-inflammatory diets lead to weight gain||11/29/17|
|"Meal" vs. "snack": the name matters||11/22/17|
|Beans reduce insulin response||11/15/17|
|Warfarin may help prevent cancer||11/08/17|
|Most satisfying: dark or milk chocolate?||11/01/17|
|Portion size more important than turning off the TV||10/25/17|
|The importance of breakfast (it's not what you think)||10/18/17|
|Diet quality matters||10/11/17|
|Coffee and your heart||10/04/17|
|Get your exercise||09/27/17|
|Mushrooms vs. Meat||09/20/17|
|Good news for GERD sufferers||09/14/17|
|Reseal the bag||09/06/17|
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It's been an amazing year for the science of diet and nutrition. I've reported on dozens of what I feel were the best articles and blogged about others in emails and on the Dr. Gourmet Facebook page.
It's a little difficult to keep up with sometimes, for me, and I know that it's a challenge for you to know what the big picture is and how to apply it to your day to day life. This week I want to take a moment to recap some of what I think are the most important articles published recently and how they affect you. These are five of the best articles but also five things that you can easily change to make your own life healthier.
A study published in the journal of the American Heart Association, Circulation, took a look at the connection between red meat, processed meats, and heart disease and diabetes. They found that the issue is processed meat and not really eating red meat in general. Red Meat is Fine! Redux
You know how much I love Brian Wansink's work and his team look at the portion sizes of The Joy of Cooking over the last 79 years. That's right, they got bigger! Right-Size Your Recipes
This is the single most important thing that I think folks can do to eat healthier. If it's not in the house, you won't eat it. Here's evidence of that: If It's In the House....
I have reported over and over that there's a lot of benefit to nuts. This is the one that helps disprove the concept of a low-fat diet being healthier. Not low-fat but good-fat. Nuts and Cholesterol
You knew that I would have to toss that one in here, but it's pretty amazing how little soda it takes to cause diabetes and health problems. More on Sugary Beverages and Your Health
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Timothy S. Harlan, M.D.