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Adults with Plant-Based Diets Have a Lower Risk of Fatty Liver Disease

A rising global health concern, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is intimately associated with obesity, type 2 diabetes (T2D), and metabolic syndrome (MS)[2][3][4]. NAFLD raises the risk of cardiovascular illnesses and can cause serious liver damage. Researchers are investigating different…

6 Workouts and Lifestyle Hacks To Stay Active Into Your Elderly Years

All people need to exercise, but seniors especially need to exercise. An active lifestyle becomes even more important as we age since neurodegenerative illnesses are more likely to occur. Maintaining an active lifestyle has a substantial positive impact on our…

Foods with High Processing Levels Raise Children’s Risk of Obesity

 A higher youth consumption of ultra-processed foods is linked to poorer cardiometabolic health. This is the primary finding of a study called Physiopathology of Obesity and Nutrition (CIBEROBN), which was conducted by a research team from the URV’s Human Nutrition…

Plant-Based Diets are Linked to a Lower Risk of Major Diseases: Study

A plant-based diet appears to be the greatest choice overall for human health and lifespan. Scientists came to that conclusion after doing a comprehensive analysis of data spanning more than 20 years. A group lead by physician Angelo Capodici of…

A Study Suggests that a Mediterranean Diet May Help Reduce the Signs of Anxiety and Stress

The health benefits of a Mediterranean diet are well known. The University of South Australia’s recent research, which was published in the journal Nutrients, confirms that the Mediterranean diet, which is already advised to lower the chances of dementia, heart…

Early Menopause May Raise the Chance of Dying from Cancer and Heart Disease

Finns who go through menopause before turning 40 have a higher risk of dying early, according to data presented at the 26th European Congress of Endocrinology. However, experts point out that women who have not experienced a premature menopause are…

A Study Indicates that Sleep Does Not Aid in Clearing the Brain of Toxins

It is commonly acknowledged that getting a good night’s sleep has restorative effects, and the prevalent scientific explanation for this is that when we sleep, the brain eliminates poisons. New research, however, raises the possibility that this theory—which has come…

Six Suggestions for Proper Posture and Spinal Cord Health

One of the most common symptoms in every neurology outpatient department is back pain. The “work from home” trend and extended workdays at a desk and chair have resulted in bad spine posture, constant bending, and back and neck sprains,…

Studies Reveal that Obesity and Cancer are Associated in Over Half of All Instances

Lund University in Sweden conducted a study with 4.1 million people who were closely observed for around 40 years on their weight and lifestyle. Almost half of cancer instances are associated with obesity, according to recent studies, therefore maintaining your…

Men Who Frequently Engage in Aerobic Exercise Live Longer, According to a Study

Because of its impact on longevity, the results of a review of the medical records of the first 200 men to finish a sub-4-minute mile have implications for long-term, frequent, high-intensity aerobic exercise recommendations, according to a news release from…

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