Skipping meals can take years off your life, study finds — here’s what to know

Study finds that skipping meals may shorten lifeArx0nt – Getty Images A study found that skipping meals may be linked to an early death. Researchers found that skipping breakfast is associated with an “increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease.” A dietician weighs the study’s findings and limitations. We’ve heard for years that breakfast is … Read more

Study: ‘Green’ Mediterranean Diet Burns Fat Faster

distance The “green” Mediterranean diet A new study shows that burning fat is 3 times faster than normal healthy eating. Research published in BMC Medicine The journal found that eating a plant-based Mediterranean diet allows the body to burn a dangerous type of body fat three times faster than those who eat a “healthy” diet … Read more

Hacks for healthy eating this season

you welcome in Everygirl podcast. Whether you’re looking for insider secrets from successful women who landed your dream job, are interested in expert tips for transforming your health and feeling your best, or just want to entertain and laugh with us on your commute, we’ve got you covered. This is the season – this is … Read more

my class? Few Americans know or follow the American Nutrition Guide

Here’s a quick quiz: What replaced the Food Pyramid, the government’s guide to healthy eating that has been around for nearly 20 years? If you are confused, you are not alone. More than a decade after USDA officials abandoned the pyramid, few Americans have ever heard of MyPlate, a dinner-plate-shaped logo focused on fruits and … Read more

10 ways to improve your metabolic health, from a PhD in Nutrition

Excess obesity, insulin resistance, and leptin resistance are three things to avoid (or improve). obesity Reduces insulin sensitivity12 over time. Insulin resistance makes us metabolically less flexible, which makes it difficult to burn fat and calories. And insulin resistance feeds into leptin resistance, which worsens fat metabolism and regulation. Family doctor Bindiya Gandhi, MD She … Read more

Salt controversy

Is Eating Too Much Salt Really Harmful? Prevailing medical advice and routine visits to the doctor may have convinced you that this is an obvious “yes,” but science is anything but uniform. So why is this not reflected in common clinical practice? the salt controversy It does more than ask questions about how much salt … Read more

Rising food prices can have negative long-term health effects on Canadians

Recently high food price inflation has hit many Canadian families, especially those on tight budgets. Statistics Canada reported in October In-store food prices rose faster than the consumer price index for all items for the eleventh consecutive month. The Nutrition Program for Ontario Studentswhich feeds 28,000 students in 93 participating schools, TAMM Badly affected by … Read more