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Artificial sweeteners trigger glucose intolerance, metabolic disease

Artificial sweeteners – promoted as aids to weight loss and diabetes prevention – may be contributing to the global epidemic of obesity and diabetes

19 September, 2014
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9 fats that should be part of a healthy diet

Fats are often considered the enemy of good nutrition, but when included in a healthy diet they boast many health benefits

19 September, 2014
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Eating mangoes could help reduce blood sugar

Eating just 10 gm freeze-dried mango – equivalent to 100g fresh – has been shown to lower blood sugar levels, especially in obese people

18 September, 2014
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More cheese? Dairy foods boost metabolic health, study shows

Dairy foods – a little, not a lot – can have beneficial effects on rates of diabetes, and on the risk of stroke and heart disease, according to new studies

17 September, 2014
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The three Cs: what motivates consumers to spend on ethical products

Contempt, concern and celebration – a meeting of heart and mind is what motivates ethical consumers

17 September, 2014
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Yogic breathing could be an effective treatment for PTSD

Yogic breathing could help soldiers suffering from PTSD to find peace, according to a new study

15 September, 2014
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Online mindfulness courses can help reduce work stress

Mindfulness can be taught through online courses, with many positive effects on health and well being, say UK researchers

11 September, 2014
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Fish, fatty acid consumption lowers hearing loss risk in women

Regular consumption of any type of fish – tuna, dark fish, light fish, or shellfish – can help lower the risk of hearing loss

11 September, 2014
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The New Nordic diet is a winner for weight loss

Volunteers following a healthy Nordic diet high levels of fish lost three times as much weight as others over just a six month period

9 September, 2014
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‘Good’ bacteria in raw honey could be an alternative to antibiotics

Swedish researchers have identified multiple strains of lactic acid bacteria in raw honey which could fight troublesome MRSA and more

9 September, 2014