The #1 Best Food to Eat to Live to 100, Science Says

Susan S. Johnson

Food is a large factor in living a long, healthy life, and many Americans are eating diets that are harmful to their overall health.

A study published in Circulation looked at participants who either fell under the category of a “Western” diet, which is heavy in red meat, processed foods, refined grains, and sugar, or a “Prudent” diet, which is mostly made up of legumes, vegetables, fruit, poultry, fish, and whole grains.

After an 18-year follow-up, researchers found that those who were adherent to the prudent diet saw a 17% decrease in total mortality risk a 28% lower risk of

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Eat well to ensure mental health

Susan S. Johnson



The various enzymes and neurotransmitters that regulate mood and mental state comprise multiple nutrients provided through a good diet.


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The various enzymes and neurotransmitters that regulate mood and mental state comprise multiple nutrients provided through a good diet.

By Dr. P. K. Manglik,

Humans use a considerable percentage of their energy to keep the brain working. But just like our bodies, our brain, and by extension, our mental health, needs much more than just energy to fulfil its daily needs.

This link between what we consume and how we feel has been explored in several studies. Broadly, a healthy diet provides for the brain’s need for complex nutrients. The various enzymes and neurotransmitters

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Chipotle Just Launched This Feature To Help Customers Eat Healthier

Susan S. Johnson

Chipotle is increasingly leaning into its status as a healthy-ish fast-casual chain. Besides its mission to serve only “53 ingredients you can pronounce” as well as commendable commitments to local and organic produce and responsibly raised meat, the chain has now come up with a way for you to more easily make healthier choices based on your health goals.

The chain just rolled out a new digital feature on their mobile app and website, which allows customers to filter out ingredients in their order based on compliance with certain diets. The Nutrition Preferences Filter can be set across three different

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Here’s How to Eat Healthy at the Fair and Not Be Sad

Susan S. Johnson
Last week, just in time for opening day on Friday, the State Fair of Texas published a list of keto and Whole 30 food available at the fair. Finally, Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson can stop hollering for his keto map.

The fair also compiled lists of foods for vegetarians and vegans as well as gluten-free options and other healthier choices.

Those lists are extensive, but they don’t come with a map. It’s easy to ask where a location is at any Hospitality Center on the fairgrounds but since we think eating at the fair shouldn’t ever make anyone sad, we’ve

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