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According to a study published in the Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, skipping breakfast can cause nutritional deficits that can last even after you eat later meals. The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey included roughly 31,000 people from the United States. They offered information on nutritional intake as well as eating schedules. Skipping Breakfast Is Associated With Nutrient Gaps About 15% of participants skipped breakfast on a regular basis, and researchers discovered that those…

We have been reading and knowing that we should ditch junk food for a healthy diet, but we are still stuck on fast food. Here this article might motivate you enough to adopt healthy eating habits when you would get to know that some dietary changes can give some extra years to your life. Yes, you only have to make some changes in your daily meals, and you would get ten years more to your…

Scientists have proven the saying- “Eat good, feel good”, especially for children. But how? Let’s find out in the article given below.  Research published online under the title Identification and Prevention of Dietary- and Lifestyle-Induced Health Effects in Children and Infants (IDEFICS) suggests that children’s mental health may be linked to their diet. Approximately 2.7 million children were diagnosed with depression in the USA from 2016 to 2019. The social pressure of a certain body…

More than two-thirds of adults in the USA are overweight people. And this rate may increase with time due to climate changes, warns scientists.  Research conducted by Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia outlined how climate change and obesity are linked together. Researchers stated that greenhouse gas emissions from burning fossil fuels have increased rapidly over seventy years.  What Researches Say About Climate Change And Obesity Rates? Researchers compared two groups of populations: the first…

Have you added diet drinks to your diet plan? Nah, not a great idea, warns research. You might take out the artificially sweetened drink from your cart after reading the below report of research conducted by the University of Southern California keck School of Medicine. In the U.S. more than 40 percent of adults consume nonnutritive sweeteners to satisfy their sugar cravings during their weight loss journey. But a study published online in Jama Network…

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