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Brain food or health fad: Can you really boost cognition with nootropics?

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What if you could think better, faster, and have a stronger memory? Nootropics, found in foods and supplements, are believed ...
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Don’t eat it if you can’t pronounce it? Avoiding ‘scary-sounding ingredients’ won’t make you healthier

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"If you can’t pronounce it, don’t eat it!” We are told that steering clear of scary-sounding ingredients is a simple, ...
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Viewpoint: Animals vs plants? Stop fighting about where your protein comes from and eat a balanced diet

Genetic Literacy Project | 
With a feeling of uncertainty infiltrating our lives lately, many of us are looking for concrete information to help us ...
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COVID has amped up our cortisol stress response. Here’s how you can manage your diet to control anxiety

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Stress seems to be a common state of mind these days. With COVID-19 still very much present, and with solutions ...
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Viewpoint: ‘Superfood’—a lucrative marketing term with no scientific basis

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Walking through the grocery aisle, there is an overwhelming number of new superfoods to choose from. Hemp hearts are full ...
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