According to a recent study published, in the journal Cardiology in the Young, obese and overweight adolescents have similar increased risks of developing cardiovascular disorders.
Despite our love of fried, sugary foods, we need to lower our consumption of these foods, especially during dinner.
A new study has now said that consuming energy drinks may increase risk of heart function abnormalities and changes in blood pressure.
A new study has shown that food neophobia may lead to poor dietary quality and may even increase risks of chronic ailments.
A new study has now indicated that these supplements may do more harm than good. It says that typically dietary supplements offer no health benefits for heart, and could be even harmful.
The study found many chemical signatures or metabolites in blood and urine that can precisely reflect eating pattern and dietary intake. This can be of great help, especially for dietitians to develop apt diet targets ...
Functional foods have no universally accepted definition. All foods are functional to some extent.
Alongside the walnuts, this recipe also adds the goodness of curd in it. For the unversed, higher intake of yogurt/curd is linked to reduced heart-health risks.
Eating unhealthy food at workplace may put you at a more risk of catching diabetes and cardiovascular problems than other employees who opt for healthier foods.