Maximising alertness and productivity on the nightshift

If you’re one of Australia’s 1.4 million shiftworkers, eating at irregular times is just par for the course — but have you ever stopped to think about the impact this might have on your body? In a new research study by the University of South Australia, researchers have investigated whether altering food intake during the nightshift could optimise how shiftworkers […]

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Mankai duckweed plant found to offer health benefits

Mankai, a new high-protein aquatic plant strain of duckweed, has significant potential as a superfood and provides glycemic control after carbohydrate consumption, a team of researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) has determined. Hila Zelicha, a registered dietician (R.D.) and Ph.D. student in the BGU Department of Public Health and her BGU colleagues researched the glycemic aspect of […]

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You want to lose weight? These five diet mistakes you should avoid

Mistake 1: salads are always a healthy choice “Salad” is in Germany a very flexible term. The salad bars in supermarkets and Restaurants often contain cold pasta dishes with oily sauces or finely chopped sausages with Onion slices. This is not at all healthy and has the idea of a salad with little in common. Some salads, such as the […]

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Effective Workout with the E-Bike will burn 300 calories, in spite of the electric motor.

If you are struggling with too many Kilos to get for the Sport support. E-Bikes are an excellent way to be fit again. Often the way to work is enough already. That movement is useful if you want to get rid of excess pounds, is obvious. But anyone who has Overweight, find it difficult to Sport because the opportunities are […]

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Red and white meats are equally bad for cholesterol

Contrary to popular belief, consuming red meat and white meat such as poultry, have equal effects on blood cholesterol levels, according to a study published today in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The study, led by scientists at Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute (CHORI) — the research arm of UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland — surprised the researchers with […]

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Heart diet On the five food and fatal heart prevent suffering

Better than drugs: DASH diet protects against heart disease A nutrition study, which was accompanied by 4,500 people over 13 years, proves that a certain diet can reduce the risk for heart disease dramatically. In particular, persons under 75 years were able to benefit from the so-called DASH diet, the extra is designed to reduce the risks for high blood […]

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New evidence links ultra-processed foods with a range of health risks: Policies that limit ultra-processed food intake are urgently needed, say researchers

Two large European studies published by The BMJ today find positive associations between consumption of highly processed (“ultra-processed”) foods and risk of cardiovascular disease and death. The researchers say further work is needed to better understand these effects, and a direct (causal) link remains to be established, but they call for policies that promote consumption of fresh or minimally processed […]

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Over-fed bacteria make people sick

In a new hypothesis, a CRC 1182 research team suggests that inflammatory diseases are caused by an over-supply of food, and the associated disturbance of the intestine’s natural bacterial colonization. Since the end of the Second World War, along with the growing prosperity and the associated changes in lifestyle, numerous new and civilisation-related disease patterns have developed in today’s industrialised […]

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Achieving sugar reduction targets could cut child obesity and healthcare costs: But these benefits could be lost if goals are not fully met, warn researchers

Reducing the sugar content of certain foods by 2020, in line with UK government policy targets, could cut child obesity and related illness, and save the NHS in England £286 million over 10 years, suggests a study published by The BMJ today. But these benefits could be easily lost if the targets are not fully met, or if the programme […]

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