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myAir combines technology with food as medicine to combat the growing pandemic of stress

myAir combines technology with food as medicine to combat the growing pandemic of stress

The strategy of personalizing nutrition to achieve a health or wellness goal, such as lowering bad cholesterol, managing diabetes or, in the case of myAir, reducing stress, is well documented as effective – but delivering such services at scale to create long-term, sustainable change (and consumer relationships) requires a reliable feedback loop that can accurately …

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I want to lose fat and have more energy.  A dietitian says to eat a bigger breakfast and high-protein snacks.

I want to lose fat and have more energy. A dietitian says to eat a bigger breakfast and high-protein snacks.

A 51-year-old woman submitted an average day’s eating for Insider’s Nutrition Clinic to review. She said her goals were to lose weight, have more energy, sleep better, stay fit and maintain muscle. A dietitian says to eat a bigger breakfast and add protein and fiber to snacks. If you would like to have your diet …

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Eating more fruit and fewer salty snacks predicts better mental health, study finds

Eating more fruit and fewer salty snacks predicts better mental health, study finds

New psychological findings prove that the food we eat has a direct influence on our mental health. The study, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, found that eating more fruit predicted fewer symptoms of depression and greater psychological well-being while eating more tasty snacks predicted increased anxiety. In recent years, scientists have begun to …

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