NPR: Unscrambling The Nutrition Science On Eggs
"'Overall it is hard to say that eggs are good or bad,' says Willett. 'They're almost certainly no worse than sugary breakfast cereal or a bagel with cream cheese — probably better. In terms of health, they seem to be in the middle somewhere.' However, in the interest of a healthy breakfast, before cracking into an egg, Willett says to consider fruit, nuts and whole grains, all thought to lower blood cholesterol and the risk of heart disease." Read full story.
WOMEN'S HEALTH: The Exact Abs Workout That Helped Mama June Go From 460 Pounds To A Size 4
"To accomplish it, [trainer Kenya Crooks] worked out with her two to three times a week, in person or through Skype. To meet Mama June’s intense weight-loss goals, Crooks focused on core moves like elbow crunches—a variation on a standard crunch where you bring your knees up to meet your elbows (three sets of 20), reaching sit-ups (three sets of 20), and Russian twists using a medicine ball (as many as she could stand)." Read full story.
SCIENCE DAILY: You Are What You Eat, and Who You Know
"Being surrounded by high-status people may help you stay slim, but only if you're a woman, suggests new research in the Journal of Sociological Perspectives." Read full story.
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