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Recent Articles

Drinking Too Little Water Ups Chances Of Obesity By 50 percent 

11 August 2016

According to a study published in the July-August issue of the Annals of Family Medicine, water might be a secret weapon for dieters. The research involved nearly 10,000 adults.

Boba or Bubble Tea Labelled Unhealthy!

03 August 2016

Boba tea is made up of milk, tea, tapioca pearls and a very large dose of added sugar. While the tapioca pearls in the drink contain vitamins, minerals such as iron, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium that are all good for the body, the sugar content is high.

Dietary Modification Can Prevent Tumor Angiogenesis

18 July 2016

In a recent study published in Cancer Letters, American University researchers shows that, as body mass index increases, so does the growth and spread of the blood cancer multiple myeloma, which accounts for about 10 percent of all blood cancers in patients.

Obesity can Lead to Multiple Sclerosis

28 June 2016

Individuals who are obese in early adulthood face a heightened risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) later in life, according to new research conducted by Dr. Brent Richards of the Lady Davis Institute at the Jewish General Hospital, Quebec, Canada and colleagues, published in PLOS Medicine.

The AspireAssist, a New FDA-approved Weight Loss Solution  

22 June 2016

A new weightloss solution which allows the patient to remove about 30% of the food from the stomach before the calories are absorbed into the body, assisting weight loss. A device developed by Aspire Bariatrics, helps weight loss in obese patients with a body mass index (BMI) of 35 to 55, who have been unsuccessful in losing weight with nonsurgical weight-loss therapies.

Analyzing Copper's Role in Fat Metabolism

08 June  2016

Previous studies have proved that copper is needed to form red blood cells, absorb iron, develop connective tissue and support the immune system. Eating copper-rich food like leafy greens, mushrooms, seeds, nuts, beans, oysters and other shellfish

Are You Ignoring Your Body? Check these Top 10

14 May 2016

Our body is a genius and can be our best source of information if we can start to learn the language - millions of bits of information every second that our wonderful gut, brain, and immune systems do the work of processing and integrating to keep us well informed. Yet at some point most of us stop listening to our bodies.

Food Swapping can help you Lose Weight

14 May 2016

According to a new research by Andersen et al, published in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition (2016), participants recorded on average a lower intake of food per kilogram of body weight during the trial.

Mindfulness-based Eating to be Encouraged Among Adolescents

11 April 2016

Mindful eating (also known as intuitive eating), a concept with its roots in Buddhist teachings, aims to reconnect us more deeply with the experience of eating - and enjoying - our food.

Do Vegans Follow an Unbalanced Diet?

26 September 2015

In the study, the diet of the vegan group was exclusively limited to plant-based foods, and their intake of legumes, tofu and soy flour was higher than the control group's, but no other significant differences were observed.

Top 10 to Add Intensity to Your Water Workout

19 March 2016

Can you walk in the water for 30 minutes at moderate intensity, then its time to add variety and intensity to your workout routine. If you like being in the water but get bored swimming up and down lanes, or just want to vary your routine, consider trying some pool exercises.

Plums Possess Anti--Obesity Properties

05 March 2016

Stone fruits have bioactive compounds that can potentially fight off obesity-related diabetes and cardiovascular disease, according to a new study by Texas Agrilife Research.