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Paris Hilton Gorging Roast Beef, Spaghetti and Meatballs in the Slammer!

Troubled socialite Paris Hilton has been getting a princess' treatment in jail following her undisclosed medical problem . According to inmates, the 26-year-old is living in 'Lean Cuisine' style sleeping comfortably and eating roast beef, spaghetti and meatballs, chicken nuggets and fish that ...

Eating Strategies for Healthier Holiday Parties

...ngry. Instead, eat a healthy snack -- such as yogurt or fruit, an apple and peanut butter, or a bowl of high-fiber cereal -- before the event to avoid gorging at the party. Eating small, lower-calorie meals during the day can also offset the calorie load of a dinner party. When at the party, eat slowly an...

Your brain on Krispy Kremes

... perhaps their first starring role in neurological research, helped lead to the discovery. In the study, subjects were tested twice -- once after gorging on up to eight Krispy Kreme donuts until they couldn't eat anymore, and on another day after fasting for eight hours. In both sessions, people wer...

Parental Involvement Key to Battling Bulimia

...teens with bulimia, le Grange said. Some 1 percent to 2 percent of adolescents suffer from bulimia nervosa, characterized by a disabling pattern of gorging on food, then forcing oneself to vomit. Another 2 percent to 3 percent of teens have symptoms of bulimia, but fall short of a full diagnosis. Healt...

Parental Involvement Key to Battling Bulima

...teens with bulimia, le Grange said. Some 1 percent to 2 percent of adolescents suffer from bulimia nervosa, characterized by a disabling pattern of gorging on food, then forcing oneself to vomit. Another 2 percent to 3 percent of teens have symptoms of bulimia, but fall short of a full diagnosis. Healt...

Older generation might pose a threat to increase the NHS budget

...or atleast minimize this by adopting a healthy diet, by remaining active and by regularly exercising. Don’t should be alcohol consumption, smoking and gorging on food. Thereby all this will reduce the pressure on the National Health Sector (NHS) and help the government....

A Diet High In Fat Could Lead To An Over Indulgence In Snacks

... to have more CCK in their bloodstream but were less responsive to it. Researchers also point out to an interesting finding, saying that despite gorging on the snack food the high-fat diet rats were no fatter than those on the low fat diet. The reason being that unlike humans, rats have an innate abili...
Gorging in Biological News

CU-Boulder study shows Maya intensively cultivated manioc 1,400 years ago

...e. "The question now is what these people in the village were doing with all that manioc that was harvested all at once," he said. "Even if they were gorging themselves, they could not have consumed that much." The CU-Boulder team also found the shapes and sizes of individual manioc planting ridges and w...

Quails get super fit by simply eating omega-3 diet

... one of the world's longest migrations. On the way, the tiny birds stop off at the Bay of Fundy on the Canadian east coast, where they spend two weeks gorging on a superfood, Corophium volutator (mud shrimps), which have some of the highest levels of n-3 fatty acids (better known as omega-3 fatty acids) of a...

Ocean acidification could have broad effects on marine ecosystems

...inant organism in the food chain, and there's a very real danger that it may short-circuit the food chains," he said. In other words, ciliate protozoa gorging on unprotected phytoplankton may flourish at the expense of other organisms higher up the food chain. But calcification of shells is not the only b...

French scientist wins the Journal of Experimental Biology Outstanding Paper Prize

...gar solution diet. Over the first few weeks, the colonies regulated their sugar intake to some extent, with the colony on the strongest sugar solution gorging until it was full, while the colony on the dilute sugar diet preferred to starve at first rather than consume the unpalatable 'nectar'. However, thin...

Researchers put the bite on mosquitoes

...articular mosquito species, Aedes aegypti, has a surprisingly complex metabolic pathway, one that requires its members to excrete toxic nitrogen after gorging on human blood. If the mosquitoes fail to do so, they'll also fail to lay eggs--and will likely sicken and die. Scaraffia, a research assistant pro...

The best both of worlds -- how to have sex and survive

... Researchers have discovered that even the gruesome and brutal lifestyle of the Evarcha culicivora, a blood gorging jumping spider indigenous to East Africa, cant help but be tempted by that big is beautiful mantra no matter what the costs. A study recently publishe...

Drunken elephants: The marula fruit myth

... the tree. Disregarding a large fruit pit, the metabolism of alcohol over time, and the unlikeliness of total ethanol absorption, a three-ton elephant gorging itself quickly on nothing but marula fruit would still be hard-pressed to ingest enough ethanol to reach a blood alcohol content indicative of inebria...
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