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Is the Keto diet safe?

The ultra-low-carbohydrate Keto diet can help people lose weight in the short term, but it may not be healthy over the long term. The Keto diet emphasizes high intake of fats, some protein, and very small amounts of…

Instead of beef, try this

Swapping beef for foods like beans, nuts, and peas can benefit people’s health, say experts—and it can help the planet’s health, too. While eating too much red meat has been linked with many chronic diseases, including type 2…

Finnish study lengthened lives by changing lifestyles

In the early 1970s, the Finnish province of North Karelia had one of the world’s highest death rates from heart disease. Responding to an appeal from the community, local authorities partnered with the World Health Organization to launch…

Taking trans fats off the menu

Two Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health nutrition experts appeared on a recent CBS Boston podcast to address common food and public health questions.

Artificial trans fats banned in U.S.

It’s official: Artificial trans fats are banned in the U.S. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ruled in 2015 that artificial trans fats were unsafe to eat and gave food-makers three years to eliminate them from the food…

Social scientist

Allyson Morton, PhD ’18, studied the intricacies of cholesterol as a bench scientist, but as a ‘people person’ she also embraced opportunities to work with others at the School outside of the lab.