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Raw food vegetarians have low bone mass
... fact that the raw food group didn't drink milk or eat
cheese, they had higher vitamin D levels than peop...s," he says. "But it's not my role to tell them to eat
differently. I'm simply interested in learning about the positive and/or detrimental health effects ...
Researchers search for first sign of congestive heart failure
...oblem, Dr. Kapuku says. Like loosening the belt to eat
a big meal, the heart must relax to fill with blood. In fact, the heart is relaxed two-thirds of the time and a healthy left ventricle which pumps blood to the body should fill with blood during the early stage of relaxation. Scientists such as Dr....
Compound may help prevent diabetes in fast-food fans
...ew finding could soon benefit people who regularly eat
fast-foods that are high in fat. Chemists with the...at, the better off you are. But if you're going to eat
high fat foods, then adding HPMC to it might help limit the damage," says Wallace H. Yokoyama, Ph.D....
Study of obese diabetics explains why low-carb diets produce fast results
...etics. He discovered that study subjects did not eat
less because they were bored with the food selection, and their weight loss was not attributable to water loss, two common speculations about low-carb diets. Further, weight loss could not be explained by a change in metabolism, another popular misco...
Annals of Internal Medicine tip sheet for March 15, 2005
...lories per day (one-third fewer calories), did not eat
protein and fat calories to make up for the lost carbohydrate calories, and lost an average of 3.6 pounds. Their reduced calorie intake was considered appropriate to their height. The researchers conclude that the weight loss came from eating less (...
New study shows how very low-carb diets take off the pounds
...ies per day to 2,164 calories per day, and did not eat
more of the readily available fat and protein to m...s mellitus, ate a regular diet in which they could eat
anything and as much as they wanted. They ate about 3,000 calories and 300 grams of carbohydrates pe...
Study: Young adults can be motivated to eat fruits, veggies
...ASHINGTON, D.C. - Young adults can be motivated to eat
more servings of fruits and vegetables if they are...ior becomes critical, she says. "People who don't eat
many fruits and vegetables often cite reasons like inconvenience and a lack of knowledge about how t...
Carrot component reduces cancer risk
Scientists have given us another reason to eat
carrots - a compound found in the popular root veg...ird. Although experts have recommended that people eat
carrots for their anti-cancer properties, it has not been known exactly what component of the vegeta...
Milk, fruits and vegetables may help reduce disability risk
...ay be more reason than ever to drink your milk and eat
your fruits and vegetables. A Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center researcher and colleagues reported today that high consumption of dairy products and fruits and vegetables may lower the risk of disability, especially among black women. The...
Women's heart risk underestimated by doctors, resulting in less preventive care than in men
...women stop smoking, get regular physical activity, eat
heart healthy, and maintain a healthy weight. This will prevent the development of risk factors in the first place so any gender gap in treating them would become moot." In a separate online study of a sample of 1,000 nationally representative wom...
Preschoolers not getting enough fiber
...lower cardiovascular risk in adults. Children who eat
high-fiber foods are more likely to grow up into adults who consume adequate fiber." The study is detailed in the February issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association in a paper, Dietary Fiber Intake by American Preschoolers is Associa...
From town planning to intimate sex: Understanding the risks in our lives
...ouse-purchase to social care, and from the food we eat
to buying on the Internet. The network is launched on January 28 by its Director, Professor Peter Taylor-Gooby, of the University of Kent, at the start of a special two-day international Learning about Risk conference at Canterbury, to be addressed ...
Study sheds light on cross-species infection for BSE
...s. The study estimates that a person would have to eat
at least 1.5kg of neural tissue from an infected animal that was just below the detection limit when tested negative at the slaughterhouse, to be at risk of developing variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (vCJD). Jean-Phillipe Deslys (Commissariat l'E...
A proverb a day may make you healthier
...meal is a good deal (nutrition, encouraging you to eat
red, yellow and green fruits and vegetables). Seven days without exercise makes one weak (physical activity). "A proverb is usually a homely illustration of a great truth and is not meant to be a dry scientific statement," says Choi....
Frequent fast food meals increase weight, diabetes risk, NHLBI study says
Young adults who eat
frequently at fast-food restaurants gain more weig...e past three decades. "It's extremely difficult to eat
in a healthy way at a fast-food restaurant. Despite some of their recent healthful offerings, the m...
Overweight, boozy and depressed: Why we need healthy new year's resolutions
...ore likely it is we will smoke and not exercise or eat
healthily. The research involved thousands of Britons who have been tracked in three major studies since they were born in 1946, 1958 or 1970. A fourth project, funded by the ESRC and a consortium of government departments, is now following the liv...
Diabetes: A link between oral and overall health?
... Patients that have a scheduled appointment should eat
and take medications as directed. In addition, it is best to follow a normal daily routine and stay relaxed to prevent a hypoglycemic reaction. If blood sugar is not under control, a patient should talk with both their dentist and physician about re...
Money issues leading cause of holiday stress for Americans
...fect their physical health and 36% say they either eat
or drink alcohol to cope with holiday stress. Forty-five percent say they rely on exercise to relieve stress while 44% turn to religious and spiritual activities. A small number turn to massage and yoga. "People tend to reduce stress in ways t...
Sleep loss boosts appetite, may encourage weight gain
...nnected, however, is unclear. Sleep-deprived rats eat
more than those allowed normal sleep. Several epidemiologic studies showed that people who sleep less are more likely to be overweight. One recent study found that those who reported less than four hours of sleep a night were 73 percent more likely...
Grab 'n' go breakfast better serves middle school children
..." The researchers suggest that every child should eat
breakfast because skipping breakfast is associated...sked who was paying for meals, only those going to eat
breakfast were allowed into the cafeteria in the morning, so students assumed that those eating brea...
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