Tufts University's Health and Nutrition Letter (HNL)
Volume 37 • Number 11 • January 2020
The start of a new year is traditionally a time when we resolve to make changes to our lives and lifestyles. Unfortunately, New Year’s resolutions are often short-lived. We’ve got research-backed strategies to help you keep your 2020 resolutions! Refine Your Resolution: Clearly defined and realistic resolutions that include a …
- Newsbites: High Doses of Vitamin B6 and B12 Supplements Associated with Increased Risk of Hip Fracture, More Frequent Support and Counseling Increases Adherence to a Mediterranean Diet, Regaining Lost Weight Negates Many Cardiometabolic Gains, Avoiding Cow’s Milk Right After Birth May Help Prevent Food Allergies
- Common Medications and Vitamin B12 Levels
- Who Should Follow a Gluten-Free Diet?
- The Mixed-Up Plate
- Ask Tufts Experts: Comparing Sugar Substitutes...Prunes and BLood Thinners