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Weight loss
Benefits of intermittent fasting questioned
Published April 22, 2024
Both time-restricted eating and regularly planned meals led to similar weight loss results in study, suggesting total calories may be more important than meal timing
Fact or fiction?
Experts take on top food myths
Published Spring 2023
Navigating today's conflicting nutrition advice can be confusing. Johns Hopkins Magazine turned to a panel of Hopkins experts for the truth—the science-backed, evidence-based, fact-checked truth—behind some common food myths. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Hope sprouts eternal
Published Spring 2023
Johns Hopkins researchers are pitting the humble broccoli sprout against ulcers, autism, schizophrenia, cardiovascular disease, COVID, colds, cancer, and more / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Mediterranean diet reduces preeclampsia risk, study shows
Published April 21, 2022
Study of more than 8,000 women showed eating a diet of vegetables, fruits, fish, nuts, olive oil, and whole grains while pregnant lowered risk of the blood pressure disorder by at least 20%
No more cheat days
Published Fall 2018
Clinical trials of nutrition and diets are often complicated by the simple fact that study participants might not adhere to the rules of the study. What if there were a way to change that? / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Lung benefits seen from apples, tomatoes
Published Dec 21, 2017
Study finds decline in lung function among ex-smokers slower for those who ate tomatoes or fruit each day for a decade