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Eat Like a Greek for Good Health

...traditionally feature more fish and less meat, and sweets in moderation. It was not out of wisdom but poverty that the Mediterranean diet flourished, Trichopoulos said. At 65, he has spent much of his life on such a diet and has no plans to stop....

Sugar Cravings

...and when this happens they tend to crave carbs and sweets . Studies show when people starve themselves or diet, they become depressed, irritable and angry. When these same people resume normal eating habits, they tend to eat more and are unable to feel satisfied. Researchers say extreme dieting does not w...

Case for dietary pattern and pancreatic cancer

...e of processed meats, refined grains and potatoes, sweets and desserts; fruits and vegetables that consists of high intake of various fresh fruits and cruciferous vegetables; and, drinker that consists of high intake of liquor, wine and beer. The results were adjusted for education, age, physical activity...

Genes More Important Than Exercise for Bad Cholesterol

... increase their cholesterol despite eating all the sweets and butter laden food to their hearts content!! The July 8, 2005, issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Reports a study looking at 28 pairs of identical twins in whom one was a vigorous exerciser and other a couch potato. They analy...

Sweet May Reduce Weight

Researchers have found that drinking and eating sweets may reduce obesity and weight. Glucocorticodes are stress-reducing hormones, which are produced in the body when the 0person is under stress. This hormone reduces the stress // but is responsible for increase in weight and obesity. The researchers ha...

Sweet pain releiver!

... appears in the Journal Pain. "Some children like sweets not just because they taste good, but also because sweets make them feel good," says Julie Mennella, Ph.D. "This study further reveals that for children, swee...

Allergies can be fatal if not attended properly

... the manufacturers to label wrappers of individual sweets with a large 'N' if they contain nuts. She said that her daughter always avoided foods that contained nuts. Mrs. Norman said that she was not blaming anybody for this but was deeply shaken by the incident. She also aid that the number of children d...

Chocolate makers to be health wise and urge consumers to be too!

...or 30 minutes"."People know and love chocolate and sweets as treats and understand these should be enjoyed sensibly. Communicating our 'Be treatwise' message to millions of consumers daily by our packs is the most powerful way we can help people to understand and enjoy our products as part of their diet," s...

A Testing Time for TESCO, for Choosing to Junk Food Warnings

... in summer. Biscuits, cakes, crisps, chocolate and sweets are to follow later. The supermarket has not perceived any threat following the FSA’s stern stance. On the contrary, there is an apparent display of positivism, about its influence and benefit to customers’ lives. ...

TV Viewing Increases Intake of Junk Food

... 35 countries. It was found that consumption of sweets and fizzy drinks rises with each hour they spend i...n viewing and higher rates of daily consumption of sweets and fizzy drinks. The research results were, published in the journal Public Health Nutrition. They ...

Watching TV Blamed for Weight Gain

...vertisements have increased the intake of snacks, sweets and fast foods. Following the study health experts have called for urgent guidelines on the amount of TV time a child should have. The number of children between the ages of two and fifteen who fall in the overweight or obese category have increas...

Sensible Overall Dietary Pattern More Important than Individual Food Choices

...t of red meat, processed meat, refined grains, and sweets were 64% more likely to develop heart disease than men with the most prudent diets. The best diet features generous amounts of fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, olive oil, and fish, says Harvard Men’s Health Watch. ...

Canadians on a Very High Fat Diet

...ot dogs. About 8.5% of calorie is contributed by sweets such as cookies and doughnuts. The survey also said that lower income people ate poorer diets and fat intake rose with income. The report author Didier Garriquet also said that adults with higher incomes ate more fruits and vegetables but it wa...

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

...asing the amount 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 Greensbo...

Those who relish sweets tend to consume more fruit, study finds

Those who have a soft corner for sweets may end up eating more fruit compared to the peopl...iduals. To determine whether fruit lovers eat more sweets than vegetable lovers, Wansink analyzed the results of a snack consumption survey of 770 individuals...

Sweet nothings: A fruitful option to assuage the sweet tooth

...tudy has shown that people with an inclination for sweets tend to consume more fruits than those who prefer ...ople who showed a preference for candy, cakes, and sweets portrayed a tendency to eat more fruit than those who prefer salty foods. The researchers feel tha...

Schools ban cupcakes

...received a card, a sticker and a pencil instead of sweets from her classmates. Her school; Mission Viejo of Saddleback Valley Unified School District, in Orange County, Calif., has restricted non-nutritious classroom treats to 3 times a year since last month. "A birthday doesn't have to be associated with...

Tooth Decay affects 3-in-4 Irish kids

... College Cork, said, "Irish people eat more sugary sweets than almost all other European countries and fail to brush their teeth as often. " In spite of the drop in the levels of tooth decay in Ireland since 1980s, it is lagging when compared to England in prevention of tooth decay. This was revealed in t...

Stop Exploiting Children ! Anti Obesity Charter On Junk Food Ads

... exercise. All soft drinks should be banned, and sweets reduced, he feels. Also, children should be encouraged to try other healthy options. He criticised the marketing strategy of advertisers, claiming that they sabotaged the attempts of parents to guide their children into a healthy lifestyle. He said t...

Even Slight Weight Gain Can Set Stage for Obesity and Health Risks

... five to seven pounds with a diet of big meals and sweets between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, most people only gain a pound or two during// the holidays, according to a UT Southwestern Medical Center registered dietitian. But even a slight weight gain, if left intact, can accumulate yearly and endange...

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