Now you may have the bar of sweet sins, absolutely guilt free, as scientists give us yet another reason to indulge in the taste of chocolate. In fact, according to a latest research, dark chocolate can benefit those at high risks of heart attacks and strokes. Although it was previously known that chocolate can help cut down the risk of diabetes and protect people from high blood pressure, the latest research throws some more light on the wonders of the dark delight. According to researchers, eat...
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There is no point counting those calories or putting all that hard work trying to look slim. A new study reveals that friends and relatives always remember obese people as being overweight, no matter how much weight they lose later on.
Chocolate lovers can be guilt free. The sinful bar of chocolate can now slow down the ageing process, scientists say!
There are already more than enough number of eating habits, life style and work related causes associated with breast cancer. But now there is another one.
People with diabetes are living longer, according to US health officials.
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Scientists have just identified a new reason why some curry dishes, made with spices humans have used for thousands of years, might be good for you.
79% of British workers cannot identify even basic sandwiches.
Is it appropriate for a pregnant woman to diet? It is a topic that has been debated for a long time now. But a recent study seems to have an answer.
When was the last time you sat down at the dining table and enjoyed your food? Do you really savor your food or simply gulp it down for the heck of refueling your body? A scientific research shows that 79% people cannot even identify the basic sandwiches and that only 28% claim to be savoring their food without hurrying. The causes could be hectic life styles, stress and work pressure. The survey conducted by MindLab on behalf of food brand GLORIOUS!, has revealed an alarming figure of 60% of 10...
URBANA – A new multi-university study reports that differences in bacterial colonization of the infant gut in formula-fed and breast-fed babies lead to changes in the expression of genes involved in the infant's immune system.
When it comes to weight loss, when you eat might be as important as what you eat.
Organic eaters might develop a judgmental attitude, according to a new study.
Pregnant women, including those who are obese or overweight, should be encouraged to minimize weight gain through diet, according to major new research from Queen Mary, University of London.
A recent study found that babies born in winter months are more likely to develop mental disorders like schizophrenia.