Following pressure to offer healthier foods for kids ? McDonald?s announced changes to its Happy Meal boxes, adding apple slices, reducing the serving of french fries, and offering reduced fat or reduced fat chocolate milk. However, are these changes really all that ?health-conscious??
Therefore, would it be a good idea to slow its progression? Of course it would. Therefore news about different ways to slow it down is breaking news. So as soon as I learned about another study from the Physician's Health study published by Chavarro JE, Stampfer MJ, Hall MN, Sesso HD, Ma J.
In recent years, the fear of high mercury levels in fish has been instilled in us. Pregnant mothers and children are urged to limit their tuna consumption, and there are always new reports on which fish are safe to eat and which are not.
There are few proven ways to prolong life. The most important one is calorie restriction. Calorie restriction is the cornerstone in anti aging. How do you reduce calorie intake? Right food and portion control! But, it is much easier to say than to do.
When a food recall is announced, the United States media jumps on the story. Words like ?poisoned,? ?contaminated,? ?deadly? have become a part of our vocabulary in recent years, thanks to food recalls. It tears the industry apart and no doubt, has lasting effects on people.
We cannot live without light, because we need it to work and we need it to help us get vitamin D to protect us from cancer and to build our bones. But it does not mean, that we can use light more, than nature allows us.
There are few proven ways to prolong life. The most important one is calorie restriction. Calorie restriction is the cornerstone in anti aging. How do you reduce calorie intake? Right food and portion control!
No other vitamin has sparked so furious a fight in a medical community as Vitamin D. The debate concerning whether or not it prevents cancer is ongoing. Naturally, the stakes in this fight are extremely high because cancer is the second highest cause of death in this country after cardiovascula
We?ve all heard that ?age is a state of mind?, and that ?50 is the new 40?. And as we get older, we do our best to embrace these popular adages by eating nutritionally, getting quality sleep, being physically active, and keeping our minds engaged with interesting hobbies.
There are various effects of obesity that links us to diseases, early death; it makes us unhealthy, more susceptible to illness and terrible things in our lives. We know, as a people, that obesity will kill us.
Is it possible that the closer you are to the ground, the more likely you are to be sick?
A recent article in the Associated Press noted a study that found that short people had a 50 percent higher chance of getting heart disease, than taller people.
Sleeping disorders are on the rise. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention surveyed people in 1985 and in 2004, asking how many hours of sleep they got per night. In just 20 years, the amount of sleep has significantly decreased.
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