There are many different aspects of health. When thinking of health, we tend to immediately think of our physical/ biological health. What really is health? Health is defined as “the state of being free from illness or injury.” However, we know this is just one piece of the pie. There is our mental health, social … Continue reading What Makes Us Healthy?
Those interested in health and nutrition know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Eating a healthy breakfast wakes up the brain and the body so that you can better focus in the morning and your metabolism jump-starts. However, new research disputes the fact that breakfast helps stabilize weight and prevent obesity. … Continue reading Breakfast Won’t Control Weight Says Study
Research has found that drinking diet soda doesn’t help soda lovers lose weight, but rather increases sugar cravings, putting people at risk to pack on more pounds. However, the soda industry backed a study that found that diet soda drinkers lost unwanted weight more quickly than those who gave up the sugary poison. Funded by … Continue reading Drinking Diet Soda Linked to Lost Weight
Nutrition experts have advised that to control weight and blood sugar, we should eat six small meals throughout the day—especially diabetics. However, new research stated that a big breakfast and lunch, with the same amount calories of mini meals, might be the better bet. Published in the journal of the European Association for the Study … Continue reading Two Big Meals Better Than Six Small for Diabetics
A bowl of cereal is one of the stables of the American breakfast diet. Walk down the cereal isle at your supermarket, and you will see boxes with vibrant colors directing your eye to the cute cartoon character that you know so well with his innocent smile, screaming for you to add to the shopping … Continue reading Crack for Kids: Breakfast Cereals are Mostly Bowls of Sugar
You are having that dream where you know you are dreaming. Now imagine you could control what happens next—with a little help from an electric charge. According to a study published May 11, in Nature Neuroscience, applying electrical currents to the brain induces ‘lucid dreaming,’ a phenomenon where the dreamer is aware they are dreaming. … Continue reading Real Life Inception: Scientists Can ‘Control’ Plot of Dreams
Red wine and chocolate won’t help an unhealthy heart. A new study has found that there is no proof that resveratrol, the antioxidant found in red wine and chocolate, prevents heart disease, cancer, or could prolong life. The nine year study, led by Professor Richard Semba from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in … Continue reading Red wine resveratrol not linked to health benefits