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People who drink low-fat milk experience less biological aging than those who drink high-fat milk

High-Fat Milk Consumption Tied to Faster Biological Aging

Drinking 1 percent milk instead of 2 percent accounts for 4.5 fewer years of molecular aging in adults

Low-Carb, Low-Fat Diets Not Tied to Mortality Overall

However, unhealthy low-carb diet, low-fat diet associated with higher total mortality
Adults with food insecurity are more likely to die prematurely than food-secure people

Food Insecurity May Increase Risk for Premature Death

Higher all-cause mortality, cause-specific mortality seen in food-insecure versus food-secure adults
A behavioral intervention that increases vegetable consumption does not reduce the risk for progression of early-stage prostate cancer

Increasing Vegetable Intake Does Not Slow Prostate Cancer

Behavioral intervention had no impact on time to progression among men with early-stage disease
It is safe again to buy and eat romaine lettuce grown on farms around Salinas

CDC: Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak Over

Agency lifts advisory against romaine lettuce from the Salinas Valley growing region in California
Cooking programs can positively affect healthy food consumption among child viewers

Cooking Programs May Influence Children’s Food Selection

Those who watch healthy demonstrations more likely to make healthy food choices
Suboptimal diet accounts for 18.2 percent of all cardiometabolic disease costs in the United States

Poor Diet Contributes Substantially to Cardiometabolic Disease Costs

Diet tied to more than $50 billion in annual health care costs for heart disease, stroke, diabetes
Intermittent fasting has multiple health benefits

Multiple Health Benefits Reported for Intermittent Fasting

Review suggests health benefits can be attributed to more than just reduction in caloric intake
For postmenopausal women

Magnesium Inversely Linked to Risk for Coronary Heart Disease

Increase in dietary magnesium associated with reduced risk for fatal CHD in postmenopausal women
Diets with a higher glycemic index may be a risk factor for insomnia in postmenopausal women

Refined Carbs May Up Insomnia Risk in Postmenopausal Women

Highly processed foods containing large amounts of refined sugars may be a dietary culprit for insomnia