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2020 New Year’s Health or Fitness Resolution

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Half Of America Will Be Obese In 10 Years, Experts Predict

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Eating more plant-based foods may reduce the risk of heart disease by 40 per cent, the study claims The health benefits of veganism are almost as copious as the endless #avotoast snaps on Instagram. Now, a new study is adding fuel to the plant-based fire by reporting that vegan protein is far healthier than meat for the heart. Published …

People tend to lose a little more weight with online help than with traditional weight loss programs, according to a new study from Japan. With obesity on the rise, there have been many attempts to take advantage of the Internet to help people lose weight, mainly because it’s thought to be easier and less expensive. …

Described as a ‘growing and disturbing global health crisis,’ more than two billion adults and children suffer from weight-related health problems Being overweight – even without being obese – is killing millions of people around the world, according to the most extensive and authoritative study of the global impact ever carried out. More than two …

Risk of internal bleeding rises with regular use A federal panel has issued a new recommendation that some people who have never had heart disease should take a low dose of aspirin every day. But following this advice has potential risks for other health problems that should not be underestimated. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) this week …

The campaigning television chef says sugar is “the next tobacco” and it should be taxed because of its health risks Sugary foods risk causing a public health crisis similar to smoking and should be taxed in the same way as tobacco, Jamie Oliver has said. The television chef said sugar was “definitely the next evil” …

The first study on eating habits of vegetarians in the US has shown that those who gave up meat for health reasons alone were much more likely to abandon their meat-free diets than those who became vegetarians for a variety of health, animal welfare and environmental reasons. A new study of 11,000 former and current …

Why is there an obesity epidemic? It’s not because we eat the wrong things or we lack exercise. Reported consumption increased by 268 calories for men and 143 calories for women between the two surveys. This increase is more than enough to explain the increase in steady-state weight… The available evidence suggests that calories expended …

Sufferers are more likely to die in childbirth, find learning harder and battle against exhaustion. How do we combat anaemia? s we approach the 2015 deadline for the millennium development goals and pull out all the stops toward their achievement, it is right to note the tremendous progress the world has made in improving nutrition. …

How the Average American Man’s Body Compares to Others Around The World “When you look at the images side-by-side, you can really see the differences” Pittsburgh-based digital artist Nickolay Lamm was on vacation in Catalonia, Spain, last year when he noticed something. “I think I’m being objective when I say that a lot of the …

Cup of cocoa a day keeps memory loss away – Scientists at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) A tasty drink may give a typical 60-year-old the memory as of a person 20 to 30 years younger. A US study has revealed that cocoa contains bioactive ingredients that reverse age-related memory decline. Scientists at Columbia University …