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Healthy Effects of Soy Consistent Over Time

The researches find that the cholesterol-lowering effect for  soy protein, with pooled data from dozens of clinical trials that span the last two decades. The study calls into question the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s current proposal to revoke the health claim for soy protein and heart disease. “At no time since the original claim for…

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Solutions to Reduce the Food Waste in Stores

The study find that the The Norwegian government and the food industry have entered into an agreement to meet this goal. When computer science students Hanna Sollie Storaker and Ingrid Vold set out to write a master’s thesis at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU); they wanted to explore whether digital solutions could…

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Green Tea is a Popular health Trend With People

The researches find that the There’s nothing wrong with that, dietitians say green tea is a healthy drink load with antioxidants. But the jury’s still out on many of its purported health benefits. Green tea is a type of tea make solely with the leaves of Camellia sinensis that has undergone minimal oxidation during processing. It…

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Food Neophobia Increase the Risk of Lifestyle Diseases

The researches find that the Food neophobia, or fear of new foods, may lead to poorer dietary quality, increase the risk factors associated with chronic diseases; and thus increase the risk of developing lifestyle diseases, including cardiovascular diseases and type 2 diabetes. These are some of the findings of a study conduct by the Finnish…

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Popcorn as a Snack Healthy Hit or Dietary Horror

The researches find that the Popcorn, with its ample dietary fiber and typically low calorie count, makes it easy to understand why many people think a giant bucket at the movie theater qualifies as a healthy snack. But be careful before you start scooping handfuls into your mouth as the opening credits roll; not all popcorn is…

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Tobacco and Alcohol Usage are Extremely Common

The researches find that the tobacco and alcohol usage are extremely common in British reality television shows. Therefore The researchers measured depictions of alcohol and tobacco products on Celebrity Big Brother, Made in Chelsea; But The Only Way is Essex, Geordie Shore, and Love Island; because all airing on UK channels for a total of…

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People’s Attitudes about Eating Pork but Not Beef

The researches find that the People find the idea of eating pork less appealing after being expos to the idea that pigs have some human-like characteristics; but are not put off of eating beef when cows are depict in similar ways; according to new research by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).…

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The Attention Toward Very High-Fat Keto Diet

The researches find that the the attention that the very high-fat Keto diet is getting, you might be wondering how much fat is healthy and how much your body really needs every day to thrive. First, know that some fat is essential for most people. Therefore Your body uses fat for many health functions, including…

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Food Neophobia Increase The Risk of Lifestyle Diseases

The researches find that the Food neophobia, or fear of new foods, may lead to poorer dietary quality; increase the risk factors associated with chronic diseases, and thus increase the risk of developing lifestyle diseases; including cardiovascular diseases and type 2 diabetes. These are some of the findings of a study conduct by the Finnish…

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Light on ‘Black Box’ of Inpatient Opioids Use

The researches fins that the opioids use  for the first time while hospitalized have double the risk of continuing to receive opioids for months after discharge compared with their hospitalized peers who are not given opioids; according to research led by scientists at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. The opioids use…

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Use of Mentholated Cigarettes and Smoking Cessation

The study find that the Big Tobacco has sold African American smokers on menthol-flavored cigarettes through targeted marketing campaigns. That’s among the reasons why, in the U.S., black smokers who prefer menthols are 12% less likely to quit smoking compared to non-menthol users; according to the results of a newly published study. Smokers on menthol-flavored…

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Alcopops a Serious Risk for Underage Drinkers

The study find that the alcopops are posing a new threat to underage drinkers. These alcopops are ready-to-drink flavoured alcoholic drinks that contain more alcohol than usual, they warn. The latest study by George Mason University’s College of Health and Human Services (CHHS); and team note that some of the available alcopops are cheap and…