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    9 healthy food delivery services for better eating habits

    Healthy food delivery services offer delicious, convenient options perfect for anyone ready to make a few dietary changes — from those looking to try keto or eat gluten-free to those who want to go vegan or cut down on calories. And whether you love to cook or are practically allergic to the kitchen, there’s a service just right for you. Here are a few to get you — and the new year — started right. And if you’re looking for more ideas, check out our stories on our favorite general meal delivery services, keto-friendly meal delivery services and food delivery  

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    Dear Catholic vegetarians: Eating fake meat isn’t going to save the planet.

    My family farmsteads on five acres in northwest Louisiana (at least we try to), and we buy any meat we do not produce ourselves from local, small producers within a 90-minute radius. John W. Miller’s critique of factory farming (see “Is it time for Catholics to stop eating meat?”) resonated strongly with me because our family’s food choices reflect a moral framework rooted in a desire for environmental and social justice. Vegetarianism (or veganism) is one way to express this desire for justice, and I respect the noble intentions of those who choose this option. But I have reached a  

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    How to live longer: Eating broccoli could lower prostate cancer risk

    Sadly around one in two people will develop cancer at some point in their lives, according to the most accurate forecast to date from Cancer Research UK. Though fortunately, sometimes you may be able to reduce your risk and catching signs early can often help with treatment. Indeed, certain studies have suggested eating cruciferous vegetables can help slash your risk of certain cancers. The link between cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, and cancer prevention has been looked into by researchers. Cruciferous vegetables are part of the Brassica genus of plants, which include vegetables like cabbage, turnips and kale. The American  

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    Lose Weight Eating Fat-Free Sugar-Free Food

    Image: Shutterstock Fasting is a common occurrence during various festivities in Indian culture. The people who are fasting feel that they will lose weight, but that is not always true. When you go on any kind of fasting for a long time, the body goes into starvation mode and converts the food into fats, which for many people turns into weight gain as opposed to the expected weight loss. We all think that consuming sugar-free or fat-free products will help us in weight loss, but every such product has its pros and cons. Shivani Bavalekar, Sr. Executive Nutritionist, Cloudnine Group  

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    Can you lose weight by eating sugar-free, fat-free food?

    We all think that consuming sugar-free or fat-free products will help us in weight loss, but every such product has its pros and cons. Shivani Bavalekar, Sr Executive Nutritionist, Cloudnine Group of Hospitals, helps us understand. When we say sugar-free, it means excluding sugar from the diet, which technically is not possible. People end up substituting sugar with artificial sugar or saccharin. But it should be kept in mind that over-consuming sugar-free products is almost equivalent to eating sugar-filled products and not entirely healthier. Many sugar-free products contain artificial sugar along with hidden sugar, which gives  

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    Man of Steele: Meet the Healthy Fast-Food Entrepreneur Bringing America’s Eating Habits into the 21st Century

    America’s fast-food industry might be due for an upgrade. Steele Smiley, the founder of Crisp & Green, is leading the charge. Serial restaurant impresario Steele Smiley has often been compared to a modern-day Ray Kroc—the longtime CEO of McDonald’s who pioneered modern fast-food retailing. Photo courtesy of Crisp & Green As simple as it may seem—two dots and a curved line inside a yellow circle—the ‘smiley face’ is perhaps one of the world’s most iconic ideograms. Yet, in a cruel twist of irony, the popular symbol known the world over—the OG of emojis, if you will—has a history  

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    ‘Horrifying’: Giant tortoise filmed hunting down and eating baby bird

    This female tortoise hunted down and ate a seabird chick. Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET Giant tortoises have a reputation as slow-moving vegetarians that snack on grasses and fruits. Video captured by researchers is changing the way we think about these heavy land animals. Still slow? Pretty much. Vegetarian? Not always.  The video comes from Fregate Island in the Indian Ocean. The island in the Seychelles is privately owned and hosts ecotourists who come for the beaches and to view the birds and wildlife, including a population of over 3,000 free-roaming giant tortoises. Some of those tortoises are into hunting  

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