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A professor of medicine explains why eating fat won't make you fat " but sugar will

A professor of medicine explains why eating fat won't make you fat " but sugar will

If you banned them as part of the low-fat dieting craze of the 1990s, it's time to bring them back. The evidence lies in studies that have compared people on low-fat, high-carb diets with people on low-carb, high-fat diets. Time and time again, the research reveals that people who restrict their intake of fatty … Continue reading A professor of medicine explains why eating fat won't make you fat " but sugar will

Breath instead of a blood test

Breath instead of a blood test

Blow into the tube, please. In the future, the procedure will not just be used by police checking for alcohol intoxication, but also for testing the condition of athletes and for people who want to lose that extra bit of weight. A new sensor makes it possible to measure when the body starts burning fat with a convenient breathalyser. Continue reading Breath instead of a blood test

Is It OK To Try A Ketogenic Diet While Breastfeeding? An Expert Explains

Is It OK To Try A Ketogenic Diet While Breastfeeding? An Expert Explains

I've tried all the diets. All of them. I've done Weight Watchers and juice fasts and Paleo and low-fat diets. After I had my daughter, I knew I wanted to … Continue reading Is It OK To Try A Ketogenic Diet While Breastfeeding? An Expert Explains

Decreased glucose metabolism in medial prefrontal areas is associated with nutritional status in patients with prodromal and early Alzheimer's disease

Decreased glucose metabolism in medial prefrontal areas is associated with nutritional status in patients with prodromal and early Alzheimer's disease

A new study shows that hypometabolism in the medial prefrontal areas is specifically associated with Alzheimer’s disease-related nutritional problems, and decrease in fat mass may have a key role. Continue reading Decreased glucose metabolism in medial prefrontal areas is associated with nutritional status in patients with prodromal and early Alzheimer's disease