For middle-age adults trying to lose weight, is it better to cut back on carbs, like white bread, rice, crackers and cake, and not worry so much about fat? Or is fat the real evil, and you need to avoid eating too much meat, butter and cheese to drop those pounds?
How long have health experts told us that saturated fat - the kind found in meat, cheese and butter - was bad for our heart's health? Forever, it seems.
Does what you eat affect how well you sleep? The answer appears to be yes, and we're not just talking about midnight snacking.
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