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Dangers of fatty liver: 5 reasons it's rising in young, lifestyle tweaks to reverse it

Hindustan Times 16 Apr 2024
Once the disease of the middle-aged and old, fatty liver is now being detected increasingly in younger adults ... Fatty liver disease ... Certain chronic diseases like diabetes and blood pressure also make you susceptible to fatty liver.

Can consuming Singhara atta help lose weight?

The Times of India 16 Apr 2024
... the risk of chronic diseases.

Greek, flavoured or fermented: How to make sure the yogurt you’re buying is actually good ...

AOL 16 Apr 2024
“There’s evidence that artificial colourants are not good for us, and artificial sweeteners are not absorbed, so often cause bloating.” Added sugar can also counter some of the gut-friendly effects of your yogurt.

Fruit juice to flavoured yoghurt: 6 foods with hidden sugar that can damage your kid's health

Hindustan Times 15 Apr 2024
These seemingly harmless foods are laden with high amount of sugar and artificial colouring or chemicals that can have a detrimental effect on children, raising their risk of obesity, diabetes and other lifestyle diseases.

Diet Coke or Coke Zero? Dietitian reveals which one is healthier

New York Post 15 Apr 2024
Aspartame, sold under the brand names Nutrasweet, Equal, and Sugar Twin, is about 200 times sweeter than sugar ... Ace-K, also known as Sunett and Sweet One, is also about 200 times sweeter than table sugar.

Evening brief: PM Modi on Opposition’s ‘constitution’ charge; Rahul Gandhi's ‘colonised by RSS’ attack, more news

Hindustan Times 15 Apr 2024
These seemingly healthy options can be high in sugar and artificial additives, posing risks of obesity and lifestyle diseases in children ... They highlight common sources of hidden sugars in children's ...

Best NMN Supplement for Anti-Aging, Longevity & Cellular Rejuvenation

Monterey Herald 15 Apr 2024
... to aging and age-related disease ... NMN has been shown to improve insulin sensitivity by 30%, helping to keep blood sugar levels in check and reduce the risk of age-related metabolic diseases.

Robert Pearl: Why ChatGPT’s ‘memory’ will be a health care game changer

Pioneer Press 14 Apr 2024
Fewer complications from chronic disease. Chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, obesity and asthma affect six in 10 U.S ... Complications from these diseases account for 1.7 million deaths each year.

Exposing the Mysteries of Heart Disease—7 Ways to Reduce Your Risk

The Epoch Times 13 Apr 2024
Research strongly suggests that sugar and simple carbohydrates (such as bread, pasta, and processed foods) are a far more significant factor in heart disease ... with a lower risk for heart disease.

Bariatric surgeons, experts to converge in Goa to discuss future of weight loss surgery

Business Line 13 Apr 2024
Non-sugar sweeteners not recommended for weight loss, disease prevention. WHO. Bariatric surgery is a medical term for surgical intervention to contain obesity ... ....

Best Blood Sugar Supplements That Lower and Control Blood Sugar Naturally (2024 Update)

The Daily Democrat 13 Apr 2024
Fluctuations in blood sugar can lead to a range of health issues, including diabetes, heart disease, and obesity ... Long-term high blood sugar can damage organs and lead to complications like heart disease, kidney problems, and nerve damage.

FitSpresso Reviews – What are Actual Customers Are Saying?

Chico Enterprise Record 13 Apr 2024
Research suggests that ginseng may help regulate blood sugar levels, improve insulin sensitivity, and enhance metabolic function – all of which are critical factors in maintaining a healthy weight ... Healthy Blood Sugar Levels..

Vegan Impossible burgers increase risk of diabetes and heart problems - new study finds you

The Daily Mail 12 Apr 2024
This puts them at higher risk for developing heart disease and diabetes down the line, the authors wrote ... Over time, high blood sugar can damage the blood vessels and nerves that lead to your heart, which can cause heart disease.

Sudden Death During Sleep–Causes, Warning Signs, and Prevention

The Epoch Times 12 Apr 2024
The elderly population is more susceptible to diseases such as hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol), hyperglycemia (high blood sugar), hypertension (high blood pressure), and atherosclerosis, which increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases ... ....

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