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Almonds are Good for Weight Loss and Heart Health

Fat in nuts does not need to be feared.

Researchers in Australia found adding almonds to a low-calorie diet can help you lose weight and improve your heart health, despite their fat content.

, September 25, 2023


Healthy Snacking Promotes Healthy Shopping

Studies show it's good to snack before you shop.

Researchers found those who ate a healthy snack before shopping bought more healthy items than those who ate a treat or shopped on an empty stomach.

, September 18, 2023


Playing Sports Helps a Child’s Mental Health

Sports can counterbalance the effects of social media for mental health.

Playing sports has been shown by researchers in Australia to have long-term mental health benefits for those who participate.

, September 11, 2023


Exercise Makes Old Brains Seem Young

Keeping your body in shape may keep your brain in shape as well.

A new study by scientists from the Center for Vital Longevity at the University of Texas at Dallas shows the brains of older people who engage in regular strenuous exercise more closely resemble those of younger adults.

, August 31, 2023


Walking Lowers Death Risk Even Below 5,000 Steps

It takes less walking than previously thought to reduce the risk of death.

A new report from the European Society of Cardiology shows the daily threshold for lowering your risk of death from any cause is less than 4,000 steps and decreased risk of dying from cardiovascular disease starts with just 2,300 steps.

, August 28, 2023


High Sugar Consumption Linked to Kidney Stones

Easy on the sugar if you are susceptible to kidney stones.

A new study suggests that high sugar intake increases your chances of developing a kidney stone by nearly 40 percent.

, August 21, 2023


Pecans Shown to Reduce Inflammation and Curb Diabetes

Fearing fat might not be founded as long as it's the right fat.

Researchers at Texas A&M University have found daily pecan consumption can reduce inflammation and prevent obesity, as well as related issues such as fatty liver disease and diabetes.

, August 14, 2023


Vegetarians at Greater Risk for Broken Hip

Be careful if all you eat is vegetables.

A new study from the University of Leeds in England found both men and women who follow a vegetarian diet have a 50 percent greater risk of suffering a hip fracture compared to people who eat meat.

, August 07, 2023


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