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#Diet

From The42 Suddenly good Murray: Cutting out the bread and yogurts has worked wonders No Gravy

Suddenly good Murray: Cutting out the bread and yogurts has worked wonders

Andy Murray has revealed that a revised diet is the main reason behind the best form of his career so far.

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the globe.

From TheJournal.ie Dieting forces the brain to eat itself - report BAD DIET

Dieting forces the brain to eat itself - report

It’s emerged that in order to conserve energy, the body’s starvation mode kicks in and brain cells eat themselves, like other parts of the body.

From The42 Ever wondered what a Tour de France rider eats in a day? Eat Right

Ever wondered what a Tour de France rider eats in a day?

Andy Schleck’s photo gives us a look at the breakfast of champions. And lunch and dinner too …

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Thursday 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Thursday

In today’s 9 at 9: The Irish ship sailing to Gaza is damaged; more Special Olympic success for Ireland; Greece prepares for another crucial vote; and the harshness of a mother-in-law.

From TheJournal.ie Low-cal diet can 'defeat diabetes' Diabetes

Low-cal diet can 'defeat diabetes'

A short-term clinical trial funded by Diabetes UK showed that diabetes “can be reversed” using a low-calorie diet.

From TheJournal.ie Working a desk job 'doubles' risk of bowel cancer: Study Desk Jobs

Working a desk job 'doubles' risk of bowel cancer: Study

Working for more than ten years behind a desk can double a person’s chances of developing bowel cancer, according to new research.

From TheJournal.ie Methane released by livestock could be reduced by new diet Environment

Methane released by livestock could be reduced by new diet

Researchers believe that tweaks to the diet of livestock could significantly reduce the levels of greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere.