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Advice for a healthy diet

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health nutrition researchers Walter Willett and David Ludwig spoke to the Boston Globe Magazine for an August 25, 2019 article exploring current trends in healthy diet advice.

Healthy eating can boost fertility

Choosing healthy fats, vegetable proteins, and whole grains are all diet strategies that could help boost fertility, according to nutrition experts at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. These tips and others were listed in a March 13, 2019 CNN article…

Kids’ fast-food meals getting healthier but more progress needed

Fast food restaurants in the U.S. are increasingly offering kids’ meals with healthy sides and drinks, but healthier options are not typically the default, according to new research. The researchers looked at 20 popular fast food chains from 2004 to 2015 and…

Vegan diet can benefit both health and the environment

There is strong evidence that a plant-based diet is the optimal diet for living a long and healthy life, according to Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health nutrition expert Walter Willett. In a January 7, 2019 interview on the NPR show…

In women, Mediterranean diet may lower risk of cardiovascular disease

The Mediterranean diet, which recommends olive oil instead of butter and margarine, chicken and poultry instead of red meat, and plenty of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and whole grains, may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in women, according to new research led by…

Fruit, veggie consumption may lessen memory loss in men

Eating lots of leafy greens, orange and red vegetables, berries and orange juice may help men stave off cognitive decline, according to a study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Researchers analyzed 20 years’ worth of data from nearly 28,000 male…

Apples

Does eating an apple every day really keep the doctor away? Apples are certainly popular—ranking among the top three fruits produced around the world. They are easy to store and transport, and as a result, are typically available year-round in the U.S.…