Tufts University's Health and Nutrition Letter (HNL)
Volume 38 • Number 1 • March 2020
Pesticides on produce, arsenic in rice, mercury in fish, plastics, PCBs…hearing about chemicals in our environment and potentially toxic substances in our food and water is distressing and worrisome. It’s no surprise people turn to “detox diets” and “cleanses” to try to combat this seeming assault. But these popular programs …
- Newsbites: Fasting Diets Equivalent to More Traditional Calorie Cutting for Weight Loss; Coffee Consumption Associated with Lower Risk for Kidney Disease; Oat Soluble Fiber Influences Blood Sugar Control, But Not Appetite; Sustained Weight Loss Associated with Lower Breast Cancer Risk in Women 50 and Over
- BPA: How Worried Should We Be?
- The Low FODMAP Diet
- A Report Card on the American Diet
- Ask The Tufts Experts: Vegan Egg Replacements … Cutting Sugar in Baking