• aging,  diet,  food,  Healthy eating,  Healthy living,  healthy wellbeing tips

    Short term diet change will lead to more life for your on earth

    A tiny change in a healthy diet can lead to an increased in lifespan even for old aged people Better Diet, Longer Life? A large study suggests you’re never too old to benefit from a commitment to eating healthier   By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, July 12, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Middle-aged and older adults who start eating better also tend to live longer, a large new study shows. The findings, reported in the July 13 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, might not sound surprising. Health experts said they basically reinforce messages people have been hearing for years. But the study is the first to show that sustained…

  • diet,  food,  Healthy living

    Avoiding eating unhealthy in the office

    Healthy eating is vital to ensure in the office as most people spend their time there. 7 weight loss roadblocks you may encounter in your office It’s easy to trip up on our diet and exercise goals when holed up in an office all day. But that doesn’t mean you have to surrender in the battle of the bulge. HOW EATING CARBS CAN HELP YOU MEET YOUR WEIGHT LOSS GOALS Fox News spoke with Lauren Blake, a dietitian at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, and Angel Planells, a Seattle-based dietitian and spokesman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, about some common diet mistakes people make at work,…

  • diet,  food,  Healthy eating,  Healthy living,  Heart

    less trans fat better heart health research finds

    Eliminating trans fat in your diet is a healthy way of living Trans Fat Bans Tied to Fewer Heart Attacks and Strokes By NICHOLAS BAKALARAPRIL 12, 2017 Laws that restrict adding trans fats to foods have had immediate beneficial effects on heart health, new research has found. The Food and Drug Administration plans to restrict the use of trans fats in foods nationwide in 2018, but between 2007 and 2011, some counties in New York State, but not others, banned trans fatty acids in restaurants, bakeries, soup kitchens, park concessions and other public places where food is served. In a natural experiment to test the effect of the ban, researchers…

  • diet,  food,  Healthy eating,  Heart

    Increase of sodium over the years is being a concern

    High blood pressure is from high Soduim diets in America Americans With High Blood Pressure Still Eating Too Much Salt Average sodium intake more than double the recommended daily limit for these patients, study finds WEDNESDAY, March 8, 2017 (HealthDay News) — For Americans with high blood pressure, cutting back on salt is an important way to help keep the condition under control. Yet, new research shows that these patients are getting more salt in their diet than they did in 1999. Between 1999 and 2012, salt (sodium) consumption rose from about 2,900 milligrams a day (mg/day) to 3,350 mg/day. That’s more than double the ideal upper limit of 1,500…

  • Healthy eating,  Healthy living,  healthy wellbeing tips

    A healthy version of food has entered the market

    Kosher has take lots of households by storm Is Kosher Food Healthier? When you go to the supermarket, you’ll see labels that appeal to all kinds of consumers, from the environmentally-conscious (“organic”) to the allergic (“dairy-free”). You’ll also see a label – “kosher” – originally intended to appeal to people who choose to eat that way to honor their religion. The label means the foods have been prepared in accordance with a set of specific, intricate biblical laws that detail not only which foods people of the Jewish faith can eat, but also how the food is prepared and processed. Apparently, plenty of folks of all religions are gravitating toward…

  • fitness exercises,  Healthy living,  healthy wellbeing tips

    Too much money spent on fitness

    healthy living doesn’t have to include high expensive fitness costs Why You’re Paying So Much to Exercise Millennials are turning the fitness industry upside down. On a frigid Sunday this month, Rianka Dorsainvil, a 29-year-old financial planner outside Washington, D.C., found herself running up a steep, snowy hill wearing a 20-pound vest and dragging a 215-pound man behind her. She was paying for the privilege. The man harnessed to her was her personal trainer, who runs a studio out of his home and micromanages not just Dorsainvil’s workouts but her meals, too. She calls him the “mad scientist.” “It’s great to have an expert pushing you in the right direction,” she said.…

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    The dangers of night snacks in your health

    Eating late at night could be more worse in your diet than you think Late-night snack attack: There are ways to fight back It’s worse than Dracula sucking blood, the power that cookies, candies, pies, chips and ice cream have over us after the sun goes down and the dinner dishes have been washed. New Year’s resolutions are no match for the late-night snack attack: People who count every calorie at breakfast, faithfully avoid fast-food burgers for lunch and fix nutritious evening meals suddenly lose all resolve and find themselves face-planted in the refrigerator or snack drawer in the hours between dinner and bedtime. This after-dinner/late-night snacking is so common,…

  • Diabetes,  food,  Heart

    Dangers of fatty foods to your insulin

    fatty foods are never a healthy lifestyle and can endanger your health for good in one serving A single cheeseburger can trigger changes in body linked to diabetes and fatty liver disease, study warns Fatty food can reduce sensitivity to insulin and raise levels of fats linked to heart disease Just one fatty meal, such as a cheeseburger and chips, is enough to alter the body’s metabolism and trigger changes associated with liver disease and diabetes, researchers have found. In bad news for anyone who enjoys the occasional greasy overindulgence, scientists have warned that consuming a big helping of rich, fatty food can reduce sensitivity to insulin and immediately raise levels of fats…

  • alcohol,  Cancer,  food,  Healthy eating

    How cancer could be creeping into your health without you knowing it.

    The foods we eat may have a cancer triggering mechanism Browned toast and potatoes are ‘potential cancer risk’, say food scientists Bread, chips and potatoes should be cooked to a golden yellow colour, rather than brown, to reduce our intake of a chemical which could cause cancer, government food scientists are warning. Acrylamide is produced when starchy foods are roasted, fried or grilled for too long at high temperatures. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) recommends carefully following cooking instructions and avoiding browning. However, Cancer Research UK said the link was not proven in humans. The FSA also says potatoes and parsnips should not be kept in the fridge. This is…

  • aging,  Cancer,  fitness exercises,  Healthy living,  Heart

    Sitting done too long may shorten your lifespan

    Healthy living requires lots of exercise as that is linked to less aging in your cells Too much sitting, too little exercise may accelerate biological aging Older women with low physical activity and 10 hours of daily sit time had even ‘older’ cells Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine report that elderly women who sit for more than 10 hours a day with low physical activity have cells that are biologically older by eight years compared to women who are less sedentary. The study, publishing online January 18 in the American Journal of Epidemiology, found elderly women with less than 40 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity…