Mediterranean diet

Mediterranean Diet Prevents Strokes

Dr. Ayesha Sherzai and colleagues from the Columbia University Medical Center in New York City, found that Mediterranean diet was highly effective in protecting against ischemic strokes. Feb 14, 2015
vitamin D

Low Levels of Vitamin D in Childhood Linked to Heart Disease

Results showed a direct link between low level of vitamin D (25-OH) in childhood and development of increased carotid intima-media thickness (IMT) or thickening of the innermost layers of the artery wall, a well-known factor which can increase the risk of atherosclerosis. Feb 12, 2015

Swap sweets for berries to cut down weight

New Delhi, Feb 11 (ANI): Munching on berries instead of sweets can help you lose weight, says a new research. The study claims that the change could make a person lose a pound a month, even if there was no physical exercise done, an online portal reported. 'Super berries' like acai and goji are already popular for their weight loss qualities, but researchers found a snack of strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries cuts down calorie intake at the next meal. Researchers estimated that people switching from an afternoon confectionery snack to mixed berries might expect to reduce their energy intake by 938 calories a week on average. According to the study crazy diets for losing weight often demand huge sacrifices, but this study showed that by compromising on one snack and replacing it with delicious berries could help shed up to a stone in a year. Feb 11, 2015
Red Wine

Red Wine Can Help Burn Excess Fat

Latest research from the Oregon State University in US recommends overweight people to eat dark-coloured grapes or drink its juice or wine in moderation to best manage obesity and medical conditions caused by it, particularly fatty liver. Feb 11, 2015