Health News- Breakfast, Weight & Longevity
Higher fat at breakfast may be healthier than you think, concludes a new University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) study. Metabolic syndrome is characterized by abdominal obesity, high triglycerides, insulin resistance and other cardiovascular disease-risk factors. Read more to know how to prevent metabolic syndrome by eating breakfast.
Want to shed those extra pounds but still eat your favorite junk foods? Well, drinking tea could be the solution. Researchers at Kobe University, Japan found that regular consumption of tea also suppressed damaging changes in the blood linked to fatty foods that can lead to type 2 diabetes. Read more to know how drinking tea curbs weight gain.
Apples contain an antioxidant, nutrients which slowdown process of aging and some ailments, that extends average lifespan by 10 per cent, a study says. Read more and know how antioxidants in apple extends lifespan.
Scientists tested how quickly salt had a damaging effect on the body by recruiting healthy adults and feeding them each a high-salt meal, containing four grams, and later a low-salt meal, made with just 0.3 grams. Read to know how salt in a single meal affects blood flow.
Scientists reveal why a restricted diet can lead to a longer lifespan and reduce incidence of age-related diseases – even if adopted late in life. Read to know how low cal diet can help you live longer.
I am notorious for eating almost anything and everything, but even I (A typical High Metabolism girl) have to cut back on certain foods to achieve the things I want for my body. Here we will go over 6 ways that you can fight off temptation whenever hunger strikes. Read to know 6 Ways To Fight Off Your Raging Appetite.Author Information