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Nine healthy eating tips for the New Year

Tips:Happy New Year to you all! I wish all my readers a happy and successful New Year!  ゙Although we have little data on how gender relates to the need to design and lead field research projects, in my experience women researchers are disproportionately disadvantaged by the relationship between organizational work and bureaucracy and getting out of the lab.Chia seeds should have a place in the diet. With chia seeds back in vogue in 2022, the superseed is popping up in puddings, pretzels, jams, and TikTok hits. Experts say chia seeds can’t be advertised enough: they’re full of fiber and rich in antioxidants. You can add a spoonful of chia seeds to your smoothie or soak them in plant-based milk for a snack.

Coffee in the morning puts you in the right mood. Researchers found that people who drank 1.5 to 3.5 cups of coffee a day, even with a teaspoon of sugar added to their coffee, were 30 percent less likely to die during the study period than people who didn’t drink coffee – yet another reason to drink your first (or second, or third) cup of coffee a day.

Natural wines may not actually be for you. There is little research to support the claim that natural wines can improve gut health, and a hangover is a hangover whether you drink natural or traditional wines.

Food can help hydrate you. You don’t need to just drink water to stay hydrated; Your favorite fruits and vegetables are also a great source of hydration. Eat more melons, strawberries, oranges, grapes, cucumbers, or celery.

Limit your intake of processed meat. Eating a hot dog once in a while isn’t going to harm your health, but processed meat has been linked to cancer, Type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. Plant-based alternatives are a safer option, but not always: you need to find options with as little processing as possible.

Make whole grains a staple. Most Americans still don’t eat enough whole grains, but you can go in the opposite direction and incorporate high-fiber foods like oats or corn into your diet. A slice of whole wheat bread, half a cup of cooked oatmeal, and three cups of popcorn add up to meet the recommended daily intake of whole grains.

Swap afternoon tea for matcha. This brightly colored green tea powder is fairly common, and while there are no definitive studies showing it to be a health food, matcha may have some benefits, including providing rich antioxidants and high amounts of caffeine.

Avoid teeth-sticky snacks. Dried fruit, candy, gummies — these foods stick between your teeth, trapping sugar in your mouth and encouraging bacteria to grow.

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