Low fat diet was particularly effective in reducing pancreatic cancer risk in over weight and obese post-menopausal woman. A low fat diet was not found to lower the disease risk for women whose weight was normal.
Empty calories refer to foods that are high in calories with no nutritional value and are loaded with added sugar. In the midst of today's hectic lifestyle, let's spare a thought for one of the biggest threats to our health and general well-being: Excess of processed sugar.
Those of us who have pets and don't have the time to cook them a home-cooked meal, understand the value of dry food high in nutrition. IAMS is a newly-launched pet brand that offers tailored nutrition for pets.
Head and neck cancer patients who eat foods high in antioxidants and other micronutrients prior to diagnosis may reduce their risks of developing chronic nutrition impact symptoms up to one year after being diagnosed with head or neck cancer.
What goes inside your body can have a major impact on what shows outside. The power of healthy eating as a habit is a rule of thumb for all those looking to delay signs of aging and to look younger.
Although there are many known positives to eating peanut butter, it has some unknown positives as well. People think that peanut butter is for mass and muscle gain, but not many know that it is also great for losing weight.
The study, published in the International Journal of Cancer, found an inverse relationship between mushroom consumption and the development of prostate cancer among middle-aged and elderly Japanese men.
In some countries, farmers capitalized on the leaves of their planted Aquilaria tree by producing a tea drink, and thus it is named as ‘agarwood tea’. The tea acts as a natural detoxifier and removes all the toxins from the body.
We hope that after reading this, you are going to include at least 2 bananas a day in your diet. And why not? Something so tasty yet so healthy is not supposed to be excluded at all. For a taste tip, try banana by slicing it and adding Nutella, tastes as yummy as it sounds to be!
To lower the risk of heart disease, adults should reduce sodium intake to less than 2 grams a day, or the equivalent of about one teaspoon of table salt, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).