According to new research, chewing through your food too quickly can lead to putting on weight and even trigger problems with your heart, so you may want to take more time over your next meal.
The study found that slower eaters were less likely to become obese and less likely to develop metabolic syndrome – a combination of disorders that increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and strokes.Read the whole article
A harmful virus that can cause devastating brain damage in babies could offer up a surprising new treatment for adult brain cancer, according to US scientists. Until now, Zika has been seen only as a global health threat - not a remedy. But latest research shows the virus can selectively infect and...Read More
If sex hurts, you won’t want to do it. For most of us, pain stops desire cold. It’s estimated that about 20% of women suffer vaginal pain with foreplay or intercourse. Pain can be intermittent or chronic and can stem from a wide variety of causes, like infections, yeast, STDs,...Read More
As a nutritionist, I’m often asked, “What should I eat before and after a workout?” The answer is not as simple as it might seem — and what works for one person doesn’t always for someone else. Whether you work up a sweat in the morning or evening, a snack before...Read More