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The Best Diet to Sidestep Breast Cancer Risks

The Best Diet to Sidestep Breast Cancer Risks

One of the best ways to lower your breast cancer risk is to watch what you eat, says Dipali Sharma of John Hopkins Medicine. Though no single diet can cure breast cancer, healthy choices can contribute to prevention and risk reduction. In the US, 1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer at one...

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Two diets that most people can maintain long-term

Two diets that most people can maintain long-term

People who adopt diet plans to lose weight often fail to sustain it due to the efforts involved in planning and preparing meals as well as the food restrictions involved. However, the DASH and the Mediterranean diets are both highly recommended by dietitians because it is more doable and sustainable in the long run. Unlike...

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5 Lifestyle Changing Habits to Lower Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease [Video]

5 Lifestyle Changing Habits to Lower Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease [Video]

Alzheimer’s is now the 6th leading cause of death in the US, by 2050 the number could be over 1 million. Having a healthy food diet not only feeds your body but also your brain. Combining this with exercise, meditation, healthy social relationships, and taking multivitamins or supplements, can lower your risk of getting Alzheimer’s....

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The Best Diets for Weight Loss [Video]

The Best Diets for Weight Loss [Video]

There are several factors to consider in choosing a diet program, including food allergies, wellness goals, and pre-existing health conditions. A diet rich in fiber can help you feel fuller for longer, thus promoting weight loss. Restrictive diets may cause a starve-binge cycle that can lead to weight gain.  A multitude of products, fitness programs,...

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Healthy-eating Plan: Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk of frailty and enhance gut microbiome, a new study says [Video]

Healthy-eating Plan: Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk of frailty and enhance gut microbiome, a new study says [Video]

The Mediterranean diet includes foods that people consume in countries such as Greece and Italy since 1960. This diet includes eating fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, and whole grains daily and fish, eggs, poultry, and beans weekly. A new study indicates that the Mediterranean diet may reduce frailty caused by aging and enhances the gut microbiome....

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Mediterranean diet could thwart seniors from weakening, study reveals

Mediterranean diet could thwart seniors from weakening, study reveals

A Mediterranean-style diet can make older people feel healthy as they get older. This diet may curb the chance for gut microbiome bacteria to multiply and possibly facilitate bacterial growth which may lower risks of becoming weak. Weak seniors may experience deteriorated muscle mass and thinking skills triggered chronic diseases like diabetes, accumulated arteries’ plaque,...

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What is a satiating diet? Nutritionist gives her take on this ‘magic combo’ diet

What is a satiating diet? Nutritionist gives her take on this ‘magic combo’ diet

Satiating diet, Canadian researchers, claimed as ‘magic combo’. This meal plan consists of healthful foods that activate satiety or feelings of fullness and satisfaction. Satiating diet is a combination of keto and Mediterranean diet programs. Choosing the “perfect diet option” has become a tougher job for figure-conscious individuals especially when all the choices offer appealing...

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A panel of 25 health professionals lists best diets for 2020 [Video]

A panel of 25 health professionals lists best diets for 2020 [Video]

A team of health experts has listed the Mediterranean diet as this year’s best diet in the world. The Mediterranean diet was judged as such due to several factors including weight loss and effectiveness for preventing heart disease and diabetes. A typical Mediterranean diet is high in fruits and vegetables, whole grains, fish and chicken...

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This fatty acid can actually reduce your risks for heart disease

This fatty acid can actually reduce your risks for heart disease

While weight loss and exercise are essential for overall heart health, a study has discovered that oleic acid can actually lower your heart disease risks. Oleic acid is a monounsaturated acid often found in various animal and vegetable fats and oils, a lot of it are part of the Mediterranean diet. According to a cardiologist...

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These five simple lifestyle choices reduce the risks of developing Alzheimer’s

These five simple lifestyle choices reduce the risks of developing Alzheimer’s

New research reveals that leading a healthy lifestyle has a much more relevant impact on our cognitive health. A team from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago reported study findings at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Los Angeles, on how five lifestyle habits have decreased the risk of developing the disease by 60%, and...

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