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Holidays without gaining weight

Thu Dec 31, 10:10 / comments: 0
The blini with oat bran are valuable from a nutritional point of view because they "trap" the calories
Holidays without gaining weight are possible by following some advices from nutritionists.

The adverse consequences of obesity may be underestimated

Wed Dec 23, 13:10 / comments: 0
Researchers have found strong associations between high BMI and mortality due to cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and cancer
The link between obesity and cardiovascular mortality could be substantially underestimated, according to a comprehensive study.

Anticancer weapon: Beer and pistachios

Mon Dec 14, 18:10 / comments: 1
Pistachio has preventive properties against lung cancer
Two studies presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research, held this week in Houston, show the benefits of pistachio and beer in fight against certain types of cancer.

Alcohol and caffeine is a dangerous mix!

Fri Dec 11, 17:58 / comments: 1
Mixing coffee and alcohol could lead to risky behavior
Coffee after heavy drinking prevent people from realizing their intoxication, according to a study published in the journal Behavioral Neuroscience.

Digestion: Good reasons to follow set time of eating

Sun Nov 29, 09:24 / comments: 0
The activation of genes in the liver depends on feeding schedules
Researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies revealed that thousands of genes in the liver become active after food intake, not only at time defined by a biological rhythm, as has been commonly believed.

More than 5 gramms of salt per day: Why is it really bad?

Fri Nov 27, 13:20 / comments: 0
More than five grams of salt per day leads to stroke and cardiovascular disease
Eating too much salt increases the risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease, according to a study released November 25 on the website

Cannabis as a last remedy for an autistic child

Thu Nov 26, 13:09 / comments: 0
She added some cannabis to her brownies and her son recovered appetite
Cannabis as a last remedy to prevent her autistic child from starving: the solution adopted by a mother in California.

Food supplements: more harm than good?

Thu Nov 26, 12:12 / comments: 0
Folic acid and vitamin B12 may increase the risk of malicious tumors development, including lung cancer
Should we add vitamins to foods in order to prevent cancer or cardiovascular disease? Folic acid and vitamin B12 may increase the risk of malicious tumors development, including lung cancer, a new study says.

U.S. cinema: a 1610 calorie movie

Wed Nov 25, 12:33 / comments: 0
An average serving of popcorn along with a soda contains not less than 1610 calories and 60 grams of saturated fat
The most frightening monsters of American cinemas are not those from the big screen but the popcorn, soda and snacks with their large amount of calories and saturated fat, according to a U.S. study.

Nuts for a healthy hearts!

Tue Nov 17, 16:20 / comments: 0
Eating walnuts, hazelnuts and other nuts in limited quantities, could reduce the risk of heart disease
Walnuts, hazelnuts, pistachios and peanuts may contribute to a healthy heart.

Fight depression with the Mediterranean Diet

Tue Nov 17, 09:16 / comments: 0
Mediterranean diet consisting of fruits, vegetables and fish, prevents the risk of depression
Following a Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of depression. A study published in The British Journal of Psychiatry says.

Dark chocolate reduces the level of stress hormones, a study says

Fri Nov 13, 16:23 / comments: 0
This little gluttony could also help correct the biochemical imbalances related to stress
Eating 40 grams of dark chocolate per day for two weeks reduces the level of stress hormones, according to a study.

A new reliable test for pesticides and toxins is developed

Thu Nov 12, 10:16 / comments: 0
In laboratory tests on food and drinks contaminated by intent, the test revealed the presence of pesticides in five minutes
Researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario (Canada), have developed a test that can detect in a few minutes the presence of the smallest parts of toxins and pesticides.

Eating fast leads to overeating

Mon Nov  9, 12:17 / comments: 0
Eating quickly reduces the production of satiety hormones
Eating quickly leads to a tendency to overeat, because it reduces the production of satiety hormones.

The white wine is bad for teeth

Sun Nov  8, 11:25 / comments: 0
Drinking white wine regularly can damage teeth
The white wine is one that attacks the enamel most, because of its high acidity, which reduces levels of calcium and minerals.

Fight against aging with vitamin K

Fri Nov  6, 03:13 / comments: 0
High concentrations of vitamin K is found in green leafy vegetables like spinach, chard and kale, cabbage, cauliflower, soybeans, and certain cereals
Vitamin K helps blood to clot. It is a powerful antioxidant, perhaps more powerful than vitamin E.

Coffee Drinking May Protect Against Viruses, Japanese Study Finds

Thu Nov  5, 15:24 / comments: 0
Coffee extracts, caffeine and caffeic acid have a positive effect in the fight against poliomyelitis and the herpes virus HSV-1
In the study, the multiplication of herpes simplex virus HSV-1 has been significantly reduced by using extracts of coffee from very diverse geographical origins.

British study: A fat reach diet increases the risk of depression

Tue Nov  3, 04:23 / comments: 0
A diet containing large quantities of prepared meals and fats increases the risk of depression, according to a British study published Monday.

Olive oil for preventing Alzheimer's disease

Fri Oct 30, 12:13 / comments: 0
Olive oil is an essential element of the Mediterranean diet, and some studies show that it reduces the risk of Alzheimer's disease
Researchers have identified a natural component of olive oil that prevents cell damage that causes dementia in Alzheimer's sufferers.

Getting slim with chewing gum?

Wed Oct 28, 21:13 / comments: 0
Patients who chewed gum during the morning consumed 68 fewer calories during the noon meal
Chewing gum without sugar could help reduce the intake of calories!
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