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...ined sugars and increase your fruit, vegetable and wholegrain carbohydrate intake. Beware of fast food. ? Watch what you drink. Soft drinks and alcohol contain a lot of hidden calories. ? Exercise for 30 minutes a day. <br...

Fad Diet for Fat Australians

...aked beans on toast are also good choices provided wholegrain bread and low-fat cheese is used. Tips for Choos...y McDonald, a healthy tasty lunch will be based on wholegrain carbohydrates, protein (we recommend plant proteins, such as legumes and nuts), a variety of vegetab...

Declined Folate Levels in US Young Women

...from low-carb diets to popularity - of unfortified wholegrain breads to obesity. Dr. Nancy Green, medical director for the March of Dimes, said: "This is a cause of substantial concern." March of Dimes campaigns for birth defects prevention. What the health officials recommend: – Women, especially those, w...

Whole Grain Breakfasts Linked to Lower Heart Failure Risk

...alth Study, those who ate two to six servings// of wholegrain breakfast cereals reduced their risk of heart fail...strong body of evidence linking the consumption of wholegrain products to improvements in cardiovascular health. "There are good and powerful arguments for eati...

Wholegrain Oats may Help Lower Cholesterol

...fect. People who ate a diet rich in oatmeal and wholegrain oat products experienced a decrease in both total ...hese results, researchers say there is evidence on wholegrain oats to suggest that health care professionals could recommend oats as part of a cholesterol-reducti...

Obesity Risk Greater For Children Of Overweight Or Single Parents

...ss to nutritious foods (eg, fruits, vegetables and wholegrain cereals ) and adequate facilities for recreational exercise, she said. The association between childrens weight, maternal BMI [body mass index] and family structure confirms the need to find ways of targeting prevention and intervention efforts fo...

Cancer Risk High Among Obese People

...with lots of fruit and vegetables and a variety of wholegrain cereals, breads and pastas and non-fat or reduced fat milk and dairy products," says the report in the council's website. "It is recommended that adults eat five servings of vegetables and two of fruit a day for good health and to reduce the risk,"...

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