Time: Having Slimmer Friends May Help You Lose Weight
"People who want to lose weight are more likely to spend time with others whose body mass is similar to their own, says a study recently published in the journal Obesity. But they might have more success dropping pounds by including thinner people in their social networks, as well." Read full story.
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Delish: Dunkin' Donuts' New Waffle Sandwich Puts Every Other Breakfast To Shame
"Layered between a pair of thick, crispy-edged Belgian waffles is cherrywood-smoked bacon, egg, and American cheese. Basically, this sounds like pure brunch bliss. " Read full story.
CNN: No More Than 6 Teaspoons Of Sugar A Day For Kids, New Recommendation
"How much sugar should children eat? No more than a daily dose of six teaspoons, according to new recommendations from the American Heart Association." Read full story.
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CNN: Could Another Person's Feces Help You Lose Weight?
"The diversity of the bacteria living in your feces is linked to how much fat you have in your body, according to a new study. The insight could pave the way for fecal transplants of bacteria to help people manage their weight, reduce their risk of certain metabolic diseases or, more simply, encourage them to broaden the bacteria found in their gut — and therefore their poop — by eating a healthier, more varied diet." Read full story.
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