A simple fasting technique called the 16:8 diet is an effective way to lose weight, new research finds.
If cutting down fast foods for the sake of maintaining a healthy weight is not a good enough reason to resist fast foods, here is another. Continue reading Chemicals In Fast Food Packaging Can Leach Into Your Food
Older women with a sedentary lifestyle who get below 40 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity a day have biologically older cells by eight years than their chronological age. Continue reading Sitting Too Long Or Exercising Too Little Makes You Age Faster
Chewing food properly can protect us against illness by activating a particular type of immune cell, a study reveals. Continue reading The Surprising Effects Of Chewing Food On Your Health
If the joy of coffee in the morning is not enough and you are looking for a better justification, then researchers from Stanford University might have the answer. Continue reading Can Drinking Coffee Protect Heart Health?
Exercising at weekends or two sessions of moderate or vigorous intensity physical activity a week can offer considerable health benefits, researchers reveal. Continue reading Research Tests Benefits Of Exercising Only At The Weekends
Medical researchers have revealed that stimulation in an area of the brain engaged in stress increases the risk of stroke and heart disease. Continue reading The Link Between Stress, Heart Disease And Stroke
A component of chicory could offer a natural therapy in reducing memory impairment related to Alzheimer’s.
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An active compound that makes chilli peppers spicy can reduce the growth of breast cancer cells, a study has found. Continue reading Chili Pepper Has A Burning Effect On Breast Cancer Cells
Artificially-sweetened beverages (ASBs) contain no sugar and are thought to be a healthier option than soft drinks. Continue reading Why Most People Are Wrong About Diet Soda