Know Why And How You Could Get More Antioxidants In Your Diet
Plants and animals keep large amounts of antioxidants, due to their role in counteracting cell damage, as well as their can have a repairing instinct damaged cells. Studies have shown that antioxidants play a vital role in reducing the cell-damage of free radicals.
Cancer Drugs Helps Weight Loss Even With High-Fat Diet
Two common anti-cancer drugs, methotrexate and cyclophosphamide, can help reduce excess body fats in obese patients even with fat-rich diet.
Cheat Meals Effectively Help In Weight Loss, Not Cheat Days
Diet experts are saying that cheat days can actually sabotage your weight-loss plan, while cheat mealls effectively help you stay on track. Due to calories from cheat meals, dieters have more energy to exercise and feel better about thier diet program, making them stick to it better.
Urine Test Could Now Tell If You Are In A Healthy Diet
Scientists have developed a urine test mechanism that measures the health of a person's diet. It follows and may regulate one's diet converting it to be healthy.
Why Do Some Diet Work For Other People? Science Has The Answer
Obesity has many faces. This means that even if two people who have the same amount of fat excess, same age and gender, the same treatment may not work for them.
Why We Shoud Understand Food Servings Sizes For Weight Loss
It looks so simple: Don't eat or drink excessively. But looks can be misleading. It's easy to eat or drink more than you crave to. Weight loss is achievable when you understand the vital role of serving sizes.
'Don't Diet, Eat!' 102-Year-Old's Secret Tip For Long Life
The secret tip to long life might not be what you imagine. 102-year-old Concetta Talucci said her advice is not eat and don't diet. Meanwhile, other centenarian said drink booze and eat greasy food
Being Optimistic Gives You Longer Life, New Study Claims
outlive those who are not as positive about life. Researchers could not point a cause-and-effect relationship yet, but they say it could be because optimistic women tend to have healthier lifestyles and get better sleep.
Study On Mice Suggests Diet Soda Ingredient Aspartame Causes Weight Gain
A diet soda ingredient, Aspartame, is a sugar substitute used as sweetener. A recent study shows you can blame this ingredient if you gain weight from drinking diet sodas.
Why Is Your Diet Not Working? There Could Be Not Enough Nitrogen In Your Gut
According to a recent study, the real reason why some diets work for others but not for you is because of your nitrogen balance. Intestinal nitrogen in the gut plays a big role in immune regulation and digestive wellbeing.
Yo-Yo Dieting Causes Falling Hair, Heart Damage
Experts say that yo-yo dieting slows down metabolism, making it increasingly harder for your body to lose weight. Or worse, it could kill you.
Prolonged Fasting At Night May Cut Breast Cancer Brisks
Regular fasting for short periods reduces the risk of heart attack, stroke or cancer. New study shows it may also lower the risk of getting breast cancer.
You May Now Track Your Diet By Taking Photos Of Your Food
Fitness app "Lose It" can now use your phone camera to identify your food and add it to your diet log. The "Snap It" feature is in beta stage, and is said to be the first food-tracking analysis tool in the market.
Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention Is Just Within Your Reach
Alzheimer's disease is a mysterious case but scientists continue to challenge themselves in order to discover how this can be slow down if it can't be prevented. Truly, science is a miracle worker.
Study reveals higher Omega-3 consumption lowers risk of breast cancer in women
A review of 26 international studies led to a conclusion that women with the highest consumption of fish-sourced omega-3 are 14 percent less prone to breast cancer. Consumption of omega-3 from plants did not lower the risk for the condition.