A diet high in fat might not always be bad for your health! Don't believe us? Science says a high-fat diet may delay signs of brain ageing. According to the experts, our body runs on ...
People have individualised responses to digesting high-fat food. This kind of response is called inflammatory response.
For long, health experts have regarded fats as major culprits in perpetrating various lifestyle diseases like obesity, heart disease, diabetes etc. A previous study has even linked a high fat diet with an increased risk ...
Did you know that men and women respond differently to the food consumed? A recent study published in the Cell Press journal Cell Reports explains how male and female brains respond differently to high-fat meals ...
People with a variant of a particular gene prefer high-fat food compared to people without it, said a study Tuesday, suggesting our dietary preferences may be at last partly pre-coded.
Wight loss in older people: A new study claims that low-carb and high-fat diets may improve the body composition, fat distribution and metabolic health of the elderly.
There's nothing quite as remarkable as natural remedies to everyday problems. Blueberries, the smaller kind which are also known as wild blueberries or bilberries, are a case in point.
Women consuming high-fat diet during pregnancy may increase the risk of affecting bacteria living in her baby's gut thus impacting proper development of the immune system, says a study.
A high-fat, high-sugar diet of processed food and confectionery during pregnancy may be linked to symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children who show conduct problems early in life, a study says.
Fat makes your meals more palatable and helps you feel full, so it's no wonder the high-fat ketogenic diet is increasing in popularity. The diet has been trending for the past three years.