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Pizza is bad for health. But, do you know how bad?

The fact that eating pizzas is bad for health is almost an established truth n...restaurants in America and studied 15 varieties of pizzas and looked at dietary information provided by four famous pizza chains, revealed that a single servi...

Extensive Campaigning To Warn Against Children’s Growing Affinity To Fast Food In Britai

...ing against the ever expanding love of burgers and pizzas among children as opposed to traditional foods.Eating patterns are undergoing a sea change//. And the older experienced generations are worried about this fast food generation growing up. The same fear has prompted a British heart charity to launch...

Scottish Children Have Worst Dental Health In Europe

...unhealthy soft drinks. Fast foods like burgers and pizzas are also culpable in causing dental decay. It is also recommended that children should use toothpastes that contain enough amounts of Fluoride. 'Scotland has a desperate record on dental health. These guidelines highlight the worryingly high levels o...

Salty Diet Pack Cancerous Punch In Children

...s, sweets, chocolate, ready meals, biscuits, bars, pizzas and tinned products such as beans and spaghetti hoops. ...

Schools ban cupcakes

...school in his district booted a father bringing in pizzas on birthdays."There are a lot of reasons our kids are getting fat. Cupcakes aren't one of them," he said. The Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that in 2003-04 almost 19% of the kids in the age group 6-11 and over 17% of th...

Salt Consumption Needs To Drop Further

...tent of the food like sandwiches, pasta sauces and pizzas before they eat them. Dr Susan Pryde from Scotland's Food Standards, Diet and Nutrition branch of the FSA says that though there is a decrease in salt intake, there is still scope for improvement before reaching the optimum level. Dr. Pryde also sa...

Heartburn Shadowing Modern India

...le 10 per cent of the cause was blamed on spicy pizzas and curries - the major culprits, the others were stress (7 per cent), lack of sleep (6 per cent) and long working hours (9 per cent). Say health professionals, heartburn if overlooked or left untreated, can lead to ulcers, bleeding of the esopha...

Worlds Heaviest Man Loses Weight Thanks to Monitored Dieting

...and he himself blames an unending diet of burgers, pizzas and fizzy drinks. But the doctors and other scientists are not so sure. They believe even the most gluttonous over-indulgence could not produce the kind of excess body weight Manuel has succumbed to. Instead, they think Manuel was super-sized by na...

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