Posts Tagged ‘Nutrition’

High fibre diet ‘could prevent type 1 diabetes’

Animal tribulations intimate that short-chain fatty battery-acids produced by a fibre-rich diet could protect against early-onset diabetes Scientists have raised hope for the prevention of early-onset diabetes in progenies after a fibre-rich diet was found to protect swine from the disease. More than 20 million people worldwide referred to by minor, or category 1, diabetes,…

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What Is The Cave-man Diet?

 What Means Paleo Diet – Why So Much Confusion About This Diet?      Did you know that the British Dietetic Association judged the paleo diet a “Jurassic fad” and listed it as one of the five worst celebrity-endorsed diets in 2015?   For medical reason a diet with few processed foods, less sugar and…

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Do You Know the Keys For a Healthy Lifestyle?

  HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE   Seeing Their Clogged Arteries Can Convince Patients to Make Healthy Changes Seeing images of their narrowed heart arteries may convince some heart disease patients to adopt a healthier lifestyle and take prescribed medications, a new study suggests. The research included 189 people recently diagnosed with early stage heart disease. Half were…

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Trans Fats the Slowly Killer

 HEALTH Even so there are a lot fewer trans-fat in today’s nation’s food but the Americans still eat around 1g of trans-fat daily. But how to avoid using trans-fat for processing food. Every restaurant heats up food in trans-fat or cooks Fried potatoes in trans-fat. All fast food restaurants use trans-fat for cooking and it…

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Weight Loss The #1 Priority In The Western World

HEALTH ISSUES The key to losing weight? If you’re hitting the gym every day but don’t see the numbers going down on the scale, you might be going about weight loss all wrong. New research says focusing solely on exercise is not the answer to losing weight. In an editorial published in the British Journal…

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How To Avoid Winter Weight Gain For Senior Citizens

  The New England Journal of Medicine published a study from researchers that found that a significant number of people living in colder parts of the country tend to gain weight during the winter months. They also found that not all the weight gained in winter is lost in the following summer. This information, along…

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