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Fruit checks boxes for sweet and healthy, so why is consumption so stubbornly low?

According to the Produce for Better Health Foundation’s 2020 State of the Plate report, which is published every five years, the average US adults eats just 1.6 cups of the recommended 2 to 4 cups of vegetables a day and less than 1 cup of the recommended 1.5 to 2.5 cups of fruit a day. …

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Improve your hydration: 11 tips that actually work to help you drink more water

We all know how important it is to drink enough water and to stay properly hydrated. after all, the body is composed of about 70% waterand nearly every cell in the body requires water to retain its shape and function. However, while we know that drinking enough water is vital to feel our best and …

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Got existential breakfast questions? Here are some answers

On Nutrition Is breakfast the most important meal of the day, or should you skip breakfast to extend your overnight “fast”? That’s a big question that’s really two questions. One: to eat, or not to eat? Two: if eating, what to eat? I find that a lot of assumptions about breakfast don’t hold up when …

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Development of an intrinsic health risk prediction model for camera-based monitoring of older adults living alone

Statistical Office. 2021 Older Adult Statistics. (2021). Oh, H. Relationship between social capital, depression and quality of life in elderly people participating in physical activity. Korean J. Phys. Educ. 53535–547 (2014). Google Scholar Waern, M., Rubenowitz, E. & Wilhelmson, K. Predictors of suicide in the old elderly. gerontology 49328–334 (2003). Article PubMed Google Scholar Dong, …

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US adults commonly overestimate the quality of their diet, study shows — ScienceDaily

How healthy is your diet? It seems like a simple question, but according to a new study, it’s one that most Americans struggle to get right. “We found that only a small percentage of US adults can accurately assess the healthfulness of their diet, and interestingly, it’s mostly those who perceive their diet as poor …

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BEYOND LOCAL: COVID reshaped our relationships with food

The pandemic not only changed the way we purchased food, but also the motivations behind those purchases The following article, written by Katherine Labonté, McGill University and Daiva Nielsen, McGill University originally appeared on The Conversation and is published here with permission: In early 2020, as province after province in Canada declared …

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Are you a heart patient? Study names the foods that can help you live longer

Some of the best ways of increasing the intake of omega-3s are by adding seeds to salads, oatmeal, and smoothies or by snacking on nuts. Photo : iStock New Delhi: Being a heart patient or struggling with cardiovascular disease isn’t an uncommon occurrence these days. Be it hypertension or coronary artery disease, high cholesterol or …

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