Tag: Diet

Damage to Your Skin Can Last a Lifetime, But It Doesn’t Have To

Damage to Your Skin Can Last a Lifetime, But It Doesn’t Have To

Sep 26, –  Needless to say, you didn’t have a skin care in the world back then. The wrinkles in your life belonged to your grandmother, and your thoughts of skin protection included an SPF 4 and possibly a cute hat. Sure, getting sunburned hurt, but otherwise, it didn’t matter much to you. But skin […]

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Research: Yet Another Reason to Avoid Fatty Foods, Fatigue Daytime drowsiness, alertness influenced by diet

Research: Yet Another Reason to Avoid Fatty Foods, Fatigue Daytime drowsiness, alertness influenced by diet

May 12, – Researchers assessed the daytime sleepiness/alertness levels of 31 healthy, non-obese people, aged 18 to 65, who were normal sleepers. Then they looked at the meals they ate. Higher fat consumption was associated with increased daytime sleepiness while higher carbohydrate intake was linked with increased alertness. There was no relationship between protein consumption […]

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Adding nuts to your diet is a healthy choice

Adding nuts to your diet is a healthy choice

April 27, AP – Researchers combined data from 31 trials conducted across the globe and found that on average, there was very little difference in changes in weight or waist measurements between people who were put on a normal or nut-supplemented diet. People can safely add a few nuts to their diet – or replace […]

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Hit the gym first: Tackling Diet, Exercise Together Produces Best Results: Study

Hit the gym first: Tackling Diet, Exercise Together Produces Best Results: Study

April 22, — If you’re trying to get healthy, tackling both diet and exercise is better than trying to improve one lifestyle habit at a time, new research suggests. The researchers did add that if you need to start with just one lifestyle change, choose exercise. They found that changing diet first may interfere with […]

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