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Keeping food visible throughout the house is linked to obesity

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May 062015
 

Researchers have identified two seemingly unrelated but strong predictors of obesity: having low self-esteem related to one’s weight and keeping food visibly available around the house, outside the kitchen. The Ohio State University study focused primarily on determining whether the home environment – architectural features and food storage and availability – was associated with obesity,

Regular consumption of yogurt does not improve health

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Apr 222015
 

Dietary recommendations support the consumption of dairy products as part of a healthy diet. However, after a Spanish study involving more than 4,000 people analysed the relationship between the regular intake of yogurt and health-related quality of life, it declared that there was no link with the improvement of the physical and mental parameters analysed.

Mar 272015
 

Can the consumption of fatty foods change your behavior and your brain? High-fat diets have long been known to increase the risk for medical problems, including heart disease and stroke, but there is growing concern that diets high in fat might also increase the risk for depression and other psychiatric disorders. A new study published

Mar 242015
 

Zinc deficiency could play a role in chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes that involve inflammation. Such diseases often show up in older adults, who are more at risk for zinc deficiency.

The most and least addictive foods

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Feb 262015
 

According to new research the most addictive foods are: Pizza Chocolate Chips Cookies Ice cream French fries Cheeseburger Soda (non diet) Cake Cheese And the least Addictive foods: Strawberries Corn (no butter or salt) Salmon Banana Broccoli Brown rice (no sauce) Apple Beans (no sauce) Carrots Cucumber (no dip) Source: PLOS

Feb 242015
 

Dietary advice that emphasizes just one rule – consume at least 30g of fiber a day – is nearly as effective as advice to follow the more complicated American Heart Association (AHA) diet plan for inducing weight loss and improving metabolic symptoms, according to an article published in Annals of Internal Medicine. The AHA diet

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