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Want a Healthy brew? Have some Tea!

...inue to prefer fruit, vegetables and a diet low on fats and rich in anti oxidants to stay fit. But if Dr.Weisburger and his tribe are correct it is advisable to add a cuppa tea to your diet every day....

Eat greens to have a ever green heart

...y to multiple," Joshipura concluded. Diets low in fats and rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, improved the blood flow in men with high cholesterol, the second study reveals. "The beneficial effects of dietary intervension are not limited solely to its action on fat levels but also they influence other mac...

Heart disease threat starts early in life for Diabetics

...ide their arteries also had higher levels of blood fats such as LDL ("bad") cholesterol and increased blood homocysteine, a substance that is associated with heart disease risk.These results underscore the fact and the need to treat early on....

Risk of heart disease begins in teens

...ide their arteries also had higher levels of blood fats such as LDL ,"bad" cholesterol, and increased blood homocysteine, a substance that is associated with heart disease risk. Dr. Jody S Krantz, author of the study feels that early intervention is warranted and is mandatory in adolescents and young adu...

Early puberty linked to nutrition

...girls, concluded that the inclusion of more animal fats and less vegetables in the diet between the 6th and 8th year of age took some of the participants of the research to an early puberty. The results of the research is of great importance to modify certain eating habits and to maintain a healthy weig...

Role of fats and oils in vision care

The balance of fats and oils in your diet can affect your vision, according to a new study. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a currently untreatable disease of the eye causing fuzziness, shadows and severe visual impairment. As the name suggests, it gets worse ...

High-Carbohydrate diet plus exercise !

...hydrate diet raises levels of triglycerides, blood fats also linked to heart disease risk.// But researchers at Loughborough University, England, have found that the drawbacks of a high-carbohydrate diet can be modified by exercise. They tested eight women in their 50s and 60s, and gave them a series of...

Triglycerides Linked To Stroke Risk

Researchers have linked high levels of blood fats called triglycerides to an increased risk of strok... Doctors have learned that drugs that lower blood fats can also prevent strokes. The precise relationship between blood fats, particularly triglycerides, a...

Older Men Surviving Coronary Bypasses

...ries in the heart. A buildup of substances such as fats or plaque causes this narrowing, known as atherosclerosis. In the new study, Scottish researchers compared hospital records for 25,229 coronary artery bypass operations performed in Scottish hospitals between 1981 and 1996. Of those surgeries, 78 p...

Eat healthy fat

...perts, some new ways of getting the most healthful fats into your diet. We already know that omega-6 fatty acids are associated with chronic diseases, while their neighbours, the omega-3s, are more healthy. A regular daily diet naturally// includes some of each. The American Heart Association says you s...

Dietary advice for diabetes

According to experts, monounsaturated fats and carbohydrates can be included in the diet plan...allas has shown the benefits// of mono-unsaturated fats on heart health. New recommendations for people with diabetes place an emphasis on fats like olive, ...

Fat findings

...ried foods in your diet and cooking with healthier fats such as olive oil and canola oil. Eating plenty of antioxidant rich fruits and vegetables also helps fight plaque build up....

Liver key to extending life

...ny age-related illnesses were caused by toxins and fats and that this is where his interest in the liver c...p or disappear as the liver ages. "This means that fats and toxins can't get processed properly," he said. "And it explains a lot of problems." For example,...

Preventing mental decline in the aged

...abetes, hypertension and hyperlipidemia, or excess fats in the blood, can contribute to mental decline in older people. Drinking too much alcohol or smoking may also promote cognitive decline and avoiding these activities could help an older person maintain cognitive ability. Researchers conclude cognit...

Diet combined to Alzheimer's disease

...bia University found that eating more calories and fats may increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease in some people. Previous research has shown that mice and rats on a restricted diet tend to live longer. //Researchers feel this is because of fewer destructive molecules formed during the break...

Do you love nuts? Then here's some good news for you!

... study that suggests that mono and polyunsaturated fats are good while simple carbohydrates are bad. Nuts ...per cent of their calories from the more healthful fats - the kind that nuts have - were three times as likely to keep the weight off as those who ate a die...

Drinking milk: Good or bad?

...more exercise, quit smoking and cut down saturated fats in their diet than give up milk!...

Children’s Cholesterol Matter

...rteries, are associated with cholesterol and other fats in the blood."...

Study supports vegetable diet

...an diet high in soluble fibre and low in saturated fats can lower bad cholesterol as effectively as some commonly prescribed drugs, a new study found, suggesting medication-free cholesterol control may be viable for some people. Researchers from the University of Toronto showed that a diet heavy in okra, ...

Good carb, bad carb? Experts debate.

...drates should be labeled good or bad, just the way fats are.// The debate involves an idea called the glycemic index. It is a way of rating how quickly carbohydrates are digested and rush into the bloodstream as sugar. Fast, in this case, is bad. In theory, a blast of sugar makes insulin levels go up, an...

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