The Telegraph: Women Who Regularly Consume Soft Drinks May Be Reducing Their Chances of Getting Pregnant
“Women who regularly consume soft drinks may be reducing their chances of getting pregnant, according to new research. A study of 524 patients found a link between artificial sweeteners, such as those used in “diet” sodas, and lower fertility rates, while use of sugar in soft drinks and added to coffee was associated with poorer quality of eggs and embryos.” Read full story.
NPR: Chill Out: Stress Can Override Benefits Of Healthful Eating
“Eating well has many known benefits. But a good diet may not be able to counteract all the ill effects of stress on our bodies. A new study, published in Molecular Psychiatry, suggests stress can override the benefits of making better food choices.” Read full story.
Business Insider: These 5 Restaurants Will Dominate the Fast-food Industry
“When eating out, consumers are increasingly looking for healthy, convenient food options that don’t break the bank. To get an indication of which restaurants chains will dominate the industry over the next decade, analysts should look at where teens are spending their money.” Read full story.