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Do you have TRUE GRIT? Study shows people who are unwavering in their determination to ...

The Daily Mail 23 Jun 2022
Now a new study has found that the brains of 'gritty' people like Cogburn work differently to those who are less perseverant towards their goals ... It is typically measured with an evaluation tool known as the Grit Scale, that study participants are placed on based on answering a series of questions.
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How to Be a Good Person Without Annoying Everyone

The Atlantic 22 Jun 2022
Vegans and vegetarians are aware of their reputation as sanctimonious killjoys—so aware that nearly half of the non-meat-eating participants in one recent study declined to promote vegetarian options when in the company of unsympathetic meat eaters.
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Scientist Evaluates Dietary Food Patterns for Healthy Adults Eating Dairy-Free Vegetarian or Vegan Diets

ARS 13 Jun 2022
Scientist Evaluates Dietary Food Patterns for Healthy Adults Eating Dairy-Free Vegetarian or Vegan Diets ... The study, completed by Dr ... The results of this study found that amounts of many nutrients changed very little between the original Healthy Vegetarian Dietary Pattern and the vegan and dairy-free vegetarian adaptations.
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Eating fish could increase your risk of skin cancer, study says

New York Post 09 Jun 2022
A 3-month vegan diet could be key to fighting obesity, study says. Nazi-themed wedding celebrating Hitler’s reign, vegetarianism condemned ... The study did not specify whether any of the seafood — which includes “flounder, cod, shrimp, clams, crabs, lobster and others” — used was examined while raw ... Study leader Dr.
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Chicken vaccination shows benefits for nutrition, growth in Kenyan children

Phys Dot Org 08 Jun 2022
Elkanah Otiang, who led the studies as a Washington State University and University of Nairobi graduate student in his home nation under the Kenyan Medical Resarch InstituteCentre for Global Health Research in western Kenya ... Study finds children with vegetarian diet have similar growth and nutrition compared to children who eat meat.
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Why meat is so expensive right now

Vox 07 Jun 2022
People are often concerned with how expensive [flexitarian, vegan, vegetarian] diets are, but our study shows that actually if it’s healthier and more sustainable and more plant-based, you don’t need to worry much about [cost].” Even as plant-based meat sales have jumped in ...
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‘Indians gorged on Vitamin C-rich fruits, zinc supplements during pandemic’

The Hindu 02 Jun 2022
Stayed away from non-vegetarian, frozen and Chinese food, says study ....
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One large salmon fillet a day is the secret to keeping blood pressure in check, ...

The Daily Mail 01 Jun 2022
A study has found consuming three grams of omega-3 fatty acids each day is the optimal dose for people of all ages ... Researchers looked at 70 studies that included 5,000 participants aged 22 to 86 ... The team, from Macau University in Guangdong, China, said vegetarians and vegans can also reap the benefits of omega-3s through supplements.
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Vegan and vegetarian diets may lack certain nutrients – here’s how to get more of them

The Conversation 27 May 2022
YAKOBCHUK VIACHESLAV/ Shutterstock Vegan and vegetarian diets are certainly trendy, with more people than ever before making the switch ... It’s hardly surprising, given studies have linked vegetarian and vegan diets to a lower body mass index (BMI) and a lower risk of certain diseases – including cancer , type 2 diabetes , and heart disease .
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New gene-edited tomatoes could boost your Vitamin D levels

The Siasat Daily 24 May 2022
Study finds low glycemic index diet helps heart patients lose weight ... The study noted that the provitamin D enriched tomatoes could be much helpful for people adopting a plant-rich, vegetarian or vegan diet, and for the growing number of people worldwide suffering from the problem of vitamin D insufficiency.
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Tomatoes have been gene edited to provide more vitamin D

The Citizens 23 May 2022
If the process is adopted commercially by farmers and producers, these tomatoes could help address vitamin D insufficiency, which the study said affects 1 billion people globally ... The study published Monday in the scientific journal Nature Plants ... She wasn't involved in the study ... The sheep is still alive so it is OK for vegetarians.
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From colour testing to peripheral vision: Mandatory eye tests for those over 30

Indian Express 23 May 2022
Also Read .Vegetarian diet could reduce cancer risk by 14 per cent, according to a new study ... PSU Railway UPSC Teachers Job SSC Business Aviation Banking & finance Budget Business Other Companies Economy Market Education Students Voice Study Abroad More Elections Brand Solutions.
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Vegetarian vs. meat-eating kids: How they differ

The News-Enterprise 21 May 2022
According to a study done last year by researchers from the University of Glasgow, vegetarians appear to have a healthier biomarker profile than meat eaters, “and this applies to adults of any age and weight, and is also unaffected by smoking and alcohol consumption.”.
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Nine things you didn’t know about sweat

The Jerusalem Post 20 May 2022
Why does sweat smell, or why doesn’t it? The distinct odor is definitely the biggest problem with sweat ... So why does sweat smell? ... According to studies, meat-eaters have a less pleasant sweat odor than vegetarians ... According to an interesting study, tattooed skin not only sweats less but also contains higher levels of sodium ... low blood sugar ... .
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Meat-eaters have increased in the last six years in India: NFHS

The Siasat Daily 18 May 2022
A recent study by from the year 2019-21, shows that the percentage of meat-eaters or non-vegetarians has considerably increased from 2015 to the present ... Drop-in ‘pure’ vegetarians.. Studies from a recent NFHS-5 survey show that only 16.6% of men and 29.4% of women have never eaten non-veg, including eggs.

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