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Breast Feeding prevents obesity later on in life

...’s team considered key factors like the children’s calorie intake, exercise levels and their mothers’ body weight. The reason why breast-feeding might reduce the risk of obesity later in life is unclear. One possibility is that formula milk and breast milk have different impacts on babies’ metabolism, with ...

Antidepressant helps obesity

...or placebo for eight weeks and put them on a 1,500 calorie per day diet. Two thirds of those on bupropion lost more than five per cent of their body weight, while only 15 per cent in the placebo group lost weight. They continued for another 16 weeks, after which time those on bupropion lost nearly 10 per cen...

Breakfast improves memory

...ohydrate, while the fourth// was a placebo with no calorie content. Those taking in calories - whatever the source - did better than the controls on a memory test carried out 10 minutes later. An hour later, differences between the nutrient content were seen - those taking in the carbohydrate did best, fol...

Altering genes through calories

...hose that reproduce the gene-expression profile of calorie restriction, the team hopes. ...

High-protein diets may pose health risks

... a loss of appetite, which may lead to lower total calorie intake.Some popular high-protein, low-carbohydrate diets limit carbohydrates to 10-20 g per day, which is one fifth of the minimum 100 grams per day that are necessary to prevent loss of muscle tissue....

Eating More Often May Help Lower Cholesterol

...that the frequent eaters, on average, had a higher calorie and fat intake. The researchers looked at data on more than 14,600 men and women aged 45 to 75.// Participants were asked about their current eating habits and activity levels, and had their cholesterol levels, blood pressure and weight recorded....

Knowing how weight loss aids in diabetes

...at least ten per cent of their body weight through calorie reduction and taking regular exercise aiming for a 25 minute walk a day. The Education group will be offered sessions on nutrition and physical activity, and the chance to attend a support group. Over the next 10 years, the researchers will look at...

Undertaking the obesity epidemic

...ir weight stable were using a combined strategy of calorie restriction plus at least 120 minutes of exercise a week. It seems that exercise is where the strategy falls down, so it's interesting to note that another study by doctors shows that completely sedentary people who start to exercise have even more t...

Women need to exercise more to prevent obesity

...tional problem of obesity. Rather than thinking of calorie cutting, it may be better to consider how to squeeze more physical activity into your day....

A high carbohydrate diet good for health

...ry, meat, poultry, and fish products were lower in calorie intake and more nutritious than low-carbohydrate diets. In fact, those in the high-carbohydrate group consumed up to 300 less calories per day, while eating the same amount of food. In addition, members of this group had the lowest average BMI. Resu...

Scientific markers of aging described

...wn of the aging process. It is now well known that calorie restriction// increases the lifespan of animals. N...groups - one following a normal diet, the other on calorie restriction. The latter tended to have a lower body temperature, lower blood insulin levels and high...

Drinking adequate amounts of water

...ou should consume one millilitre of water for each calorie of food you take in. That leads to a figure of about two and a half quarts a day (64 to 80 ounces which is roughly 8 by 8, as stated above). Dr Heinz Valtin of Dartmouth Medical School, feels that lot of this water in food, points out think about it ...

Diet combined to Alzheimer's disease

...s. Researchers say there is no association between calorie and fat intake and Alzheimer's disease in people who do not have the APOE epsilon 4 gene. Researchers say this study shows there could be a benefit of restricting calories and low-fat diets in individuals who are carriers of the APOE epsilon 4 gene....

Want to have a nice day? Eat breakfast!

...meal simply increases the temptation to eat a high calorie snack or overeat at the next meal. In this decade where there is a steady decline in the number of people who eat breakfast, some manage to grab a sweet roll or a fast food sandwich and coffee. However, these do not make up an adequate breakfast as ...

Reducing the risk for type 2 diabetes

...2 diabetes. Exercising regularly, reducing fat and calorie intake, and losing weight can all help one reduce risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels also helps one stay healthy. By making wise food choices, one can help control body weight, blood pressure and choles...

Less exercise cause obesity in teens

...eens they found that the obesity increased by 10%, calorie intake rose 1%, while physical activity dropped 13%. Even though experts accept teens have become less active, they doesn't completely agree teens have not been overeating. The study indicated that teens ate// an average of 2,290 calories a day over ...

Eat Less ... Exercise Less

...of exercise used in combination with a decrease in calorie intake results in 8 percent to 10 percent reductions in body weight following a 12-month intervention.. Moreover, participants randomized to vigorous exercise intensity did not have greater weight loss than those randomized to a similar dose of ex...

Sugar Cravings

... hungry at 11:00,” say specialists. Knowing your calorie budget can be helpful , however, it’s important to see calorie counting as a tool and not an obsession. The best way to do it is by spreading out calorie intake th...

A Reduction In Calories Found To Yield More Benefits

... followed a normal diet. Those in the restricted calorie group consumed between 1,100 calories and 1,950 ca...based on their findings , it has become clear that calorie restriction does have a powerful, protective effect against diseases associated with aging....

A Little Weight Loss Found To Make A Significant Difference In Men

...saying that lifestyle changes, including a reduced calorie diet and increased exercise, improve erectile function in obese men and resulted in about one-third of men with erectile dysfunction regaining sexual function after treatment. ...

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