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Women Who Lack Sleep Crave Sugar And Unhealthy Fats

Women Who Lack Sleep Crave Sugar And Unhealthy Fats

A new study showed that women who lack sleep crave sugar and unhealthy fats. This study included almost 500 women and spanned 1 year. The publication appeared on Feb. 17, 2020 in the Journal of the American Heart Association. The researchers analyzed what the women ate, how much sleep
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Healthy lifestyle while traveling for work

Healthy lifestyle while traveling for work

CNN provided an article about healthy lifestyle while traveling for work. It can be difficult to pursue a healthy lifestyle when you are taking a long haul flight, you are jet lagged and you are sleep deprived. When you have reached your destination there is the temptation of indulgen
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Weight Gain And Insulin Resistance

Weight Gain And Insulin Resistance

Dr. Pamela Smith talked about weight gain and insulin resistance. Her talk took place at the 26th Anti-Aging Conference of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine in Las Vegas (Dec. 13-15, 2018). Dr. Smith pointed out that 80% of the adult population in the US has blood sugar leve
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We Are Sitting Too Much

We Are Sitting Too Much

A study has shown that we are sitting too much. There are more than 400,000 deaths per year in the world because we are sitting on average 13 hours per day. About 7.5 hours are spent sitting at work, but after work we are spending another 5.5 hours on average watching TV at home or si
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Exercise In Moderation

Exercise In Moderation

Those who got rhabdomyolysis from intense exercises know that they should have done exercise in moderation. This report shows that people who jump right into a spin class with no experience can get rhabdomyolysis. What is rhabdomyolysis? Rhabdomyolysis means a breakdown of muscle tiss
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Lactic Acid And Cancer

Lactic Acid And Cancer

Lactic acid and cancer have a connection, a recent study has shown that. Lactic acid is key for developing cancer. The Nobel Prize winner Otto Heinrich Warburg discovered 90 years ago that a change of glucose metabolism in the cancer cell is vital for cancer cells survival. Lactic aci
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Healthy Lifestyle Prevents Cancer

Healthy Lifestyle Prevents Cancer

A study in JAMA Oncology dated May 19, 2016 reported that a healthy lifestyle prevents cancer. Two health studies were pooled, the Nurses’ Health Study and the Health Professionals Follow-up Study. This included 89,571 Caucasian women and 46,399 Caucasian men. These were divided into
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Good Fats Reduce Mortality

Good Fats Reduce Mortality

A new Harvard study showed that good fats reduce mortality. This study consisted of 126,000 men and women over a 32-year period from 1980 to 2012. First of all, the researchers checked with every participant of the study every 2 to 4 years what amounts and what types of fat they were
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Weight Loss With Minimal Exercise

Weight Loss With Minimal Exercise

Some people achieve weight loss with minimal exercise. Others who exercise regularly have problems losing weight. An international study involving 332 people looked at this problem in detail. The medical investigators examined the energy expenditure in these 332 adults in 5 different
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Exercise Reduces Mortality

Exercise Reduces Mortality

What, if I told you that exercise reduces mortality? Would you believe me? Well, you may be somewhat doubtful. But I assure you that at end of this blog you will know why exercise reduces mortality. I am going to explain it using data from the EPIC study. This was a large European stu
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