MNT weekly newsletter - 12 July 2017

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Nutrition / Diet News
Strawberry compound may prevent Alzheimer's 11 Jul 2017
Your daily coffee could help you live longer 11 Jul 2017
Biomarkers could predict which diets are best for weight loss 10 Jul 2017
Mothers often distracted during breast and bottle feeding 10 Jul 2017
How does a high-fat diet raise colorectal cancer risk? 10 Jul 2017
Manuka honey: Is it really a superfood? 10 Jul 2017
Seven-day diabetes meal plan: Options for healthful eating 08 Jul 2017
Vegetable pigment may reduce inflammation in heart disease patients 07 Jul 2017
Chances of surviving malaria may be higher when host consumes fewer calories 07 Jul 2017
Late teen years are key period for bone growth 07 Jul 2017
Maternal sugar intake linked to allergic asthma in offspring 07 Jul 2017
BRAT diet: Benefits, risks, and treating diarrhea 07 Jul 2017
Gut microbes influence the body's response to high-fat diet 06 Jul 2017
Vitamin D guidelines may be changed following new study 06 Jul 2017
Breast cancer: Maternal high-fat diet raises risk across generations 05 Jul 2017
Immune cells in the brain may cause weight gain 05 Jul 2017

Sports Medicine / Fitness News
Find exercise too strenuous? A placebo might help 08 Jul 2017
Late teen years are key period for bone growth 07 Jul 2017
A study shows that people find sport less strenuous if they believe it's doing them good 06 Jul 2017
Plantar flexion: Function, anatomy, and injuries 06 Jul 2017
Naturally produced testosterone gives female athletes 'significant' competitive edge 05 Jul 2017

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