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Dietary Changes Could Reduce The Risk for Stroke

... diet that consists of meats,// refined grains and desserts is associated with a greater risk for stroke than a diet of fruits, vegetables, fish, legumes and whole grains. The study included dietary information on 71,768 female nurses between 38 and 63 years old. The women had no history of heart disease or ...

Can Ajinomoto cause cancer?

...d, sweeten chewing gums, soft drinks, yoghurts and desserts and it is also used in low-calorie foods, medicines as it helped people to reduce their calorie intake. The Japanese multinational company “Ajinomoto” is one of the largest manufacturers of aspartame as remarked strongly to the Ramazzini Institute ...

Record Growth Of Soya-Based Dairy Alternatives Over The Past Year In European Markets

...urvey by Prosoy shows that Soy milks, yoghurts and desserts grew by 22 per cent in 2004 and that people have become even more health-conscious and more aware of food intolerance and allergies. // Researchers say that based on the current trend, sales are further expected to grow in the next three years. The ...

Record growth of Soya-based dairy alternatives in Europe

...survey by Prosoy shows that Soy milks, yogurts and desserts grew by 22 per cent in 2004 and shows that people have become even more health-conscious and more aware of food intolerance and allergies. // Researchers say that based on the current trend sales are further expected to grow in the next three years....

Twins Taste Trend Inherited – Research Say

... children now become fond of tasting vegetables or desserts items rather than foods made of meat// and fish – after surveying about 200 pairs of same-sex twins. ‘Heritability Factor’, was found to be strong in high-protein dishes such as beef, lamb, fish, bacon and chicken. But by contrast, environmental fa...

Diet & Exercise regime Not Harmful For Overweight, Lactating Mothers Or their Infants

...mount of sweetened drinks, snack foods, sweets and desserts in their diet. They have also recommended that should try and walk briskly for 45 minutes per day, for at least four days in a week. Dr. Cheryl A. Lovelady of the department of nutrition at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and the l...

Holiday Season Could Ring in “Heartburn Season

...verindulging – whether from holiday feasts or rich desserts or alcoholic beverages – ringing in the holiday season as “heartburn// season.” Heartburn – generally caused by naturally occurring acids splashing back up from the stomach – is often marked by a characteristic burning sensation that sufferers desc...

Once-Diabetic Heart/Kidney/Pancreas Transplant Recipient Enjoys Life (And Eating Again)

..., was able to eat the same pumpkin pie and special desserts everyone else had//, not the sugar-free variety. And when dinner was over, he didn’t have to reach for his insulin pump to try to compensate. A pancreas transplant performed at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in late October cured him of diabetes, which ...

Amul to Launch Sugar Free Desserts

...tion of a range of sugar free, low fat probiotic desserts created for the health conscious. The Amul probiotic diabetic delight range includes frozen desserts and ice cream. Zero calorie sweeteners like fructo-oligo saccharide and sucralose have replaced suga...

Blood Pressure Tackled Better With Cocoa Than Tea

... dark chocolate for other high-calorie or high-fat desserts or dairy products, they continue. 'We believe that any dietary advice must account for the high sugar, fat and calorie intake with most cocoa products,' the authors conclude. 'Rationally applied, cocoa products might be considered part of dietary app...

Campaign Against Trans Fat Gaining Fruit in US

...emove trans fat from processed foods, such as some desserts and appetizers, Applebee's said. The changes are expected to be cost-neutral and don't yet affect Applebee's locations outside the U.S., said company spokeswoman Laura Tigges. Many other restaurants, as well as coffee retailer Starbucks Corp., ar...

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