Physically active teens less affected by sugary drinks

New Delhi, 13 Nov (ANI): A new study has indicated that physically active teens are less affected by the moderate consumption of sugary drinks. Moderate consumption of high-fructose and high-glucose beverages has little impact on the metabolic health of weight-stable and physically active adolescents. These beverages may be less unhealthy for adolescents as physical activity component is really critical in protecting against some of the negative effects of drinking large amounts of sugar-sweetened drinks. Nov 13, 2014
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Brain Autopsy Shows Robin Williams had Lewy Body Dementia

A new report out this week revealed that Williams actually suffered from Lewy body dementia (LBD), a common, but often underdiagnosed condition, that causes build-up of protein deposits called Lewy bodies in nerve cells of the brain regions that manage thinking, memory and movement or motor control. Nov 13, 2014

Your Pizza Topping Taste Can Reveal Your 'Inner Personality'

New Delhi, 12 Nov (ANI): Now you can discover your inner personality traits with the help of your favorite pizza, claims a new study. According to the study pizza toppings can suggest about a person's personality. Pepperoni lovers are really extrovert but get bored easily, while people who like pizzas topped with an egg are generally loving and supportive but avoid spotlight. Similarly people who prefer spicy food are most likely to be risk-takers whereas people who preferred protein in their meal were often more outgoing. The study also revealed the compatibility between different pizza personalities, saying that the chicken topped pizza lover whose personality is competitive and assertive could be well matched with principled and intelligent partner, who would most likely choose prawns or salmon as a topping. Nov 12, 2014

Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken Ingredients Chicken legs - 2 Lemon juice - 1 tbsp Salt to taste Onion - 1 A piece of Ginger A few cloves of Garlic Green chilli - 1 Garam masala powder - 1 1/2 tsp Yogurt - 1 cup Food color - 1/4 tsp Method: 1. They key to the tandoori is marination, Make slits on the chicken pieces with a knife. First step marination is with Lemon juice & salt. Mix it, once salt is dissolved pour it on the chicken pieces. Make sure you rub it into the slits too. 2. Let the chicken marinate for about 20 minutes. 3. Grind the onion, ginger, garlic and green chilli together in a mixer into a thick paste by adding little yogurt. 4. To the ground paste add yogurt, garam masala powder & food color. Mix it well. 5. Marinate the chicken pieces properly with this mixture. Make sure you rub it completely in all the slits. 6. Let the chicken pieces marinate for about 6 hours or overnight. 7. If you don't have Oven we can pan fry it with a little oil or grill it in an oven. 8. Your tandoori chicken is ready to be served. Enjoy with green chutney and lemon wedges. Like us on FACEBOOK - Follow us on TWITTER - Subscribe to YouTube - A Ventuno Production : http://www Nov 11, 2014

Considering long term consequences of food choices may help control cravings

New Delhi, 11 Nov (ANI): A new study has revealed that the brain can control eating behavior and considering the long-term consequences of your food choices may help control food cravings. The way one thinks about food can have a major impact on their appetite.Thinking about the long-term negative impact of eating unhealthy foods may be an effective way to reduce appetite and help diminish cravings which as a result potentially enhance weight-loss efforts. Nov 11, 2014

How green tea protects your brain during Spinal Cord injury

New Delhi, Nov 10 (ANI): A study has revealed that how green tea polyphenols can protect people's brain in case of a spinal cord injury. Polyphenols found in green tea are strong antioxidants and can reduce free radical damage.It also effectively alleviated oxidative stress and inhibits neuronal apoptosis, indicating that green tea polyphenols play a protective role in spinal cord neurons under oxidative stress. Nov 10, 2014