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Here’s why One Should Avoid Consuming Empty Calories

BY PUJA GUPTA The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that globally, around one in ten young people aged 5-17 years are overweight or obese, with...

Here’s how Sugar-Rich Diet can Affect Sperm Quality

Men please take note. If you want to preserve the quality of your sperm make sure you don't regularly eat a diet rich in...

Here are 5 Ways to Boost your Immunity in the Winter Season

Winter may take a toll on your immunity system and therefore to prevent common cold and viruses to enter your body, it's essential for...

Here’s how Artificial Sweeteners Contribute to Type 2 Diabetes

A $2.2 billion industry to help people lose weight through artificial sweeteners may be contributing to type 2 diabetes, researchers have warned. The study, published...

Consuming Sugary Treats may Trigger Depression: Study

Like any holiday season, you are once again surrounded by sugar plum pudding, chocolate cakes and sweet treats, but skipping those this time will...

Intermittent Fasting Benefits Those at Risk for Diabetes: Study

Researchers have found that people who are at high risk of developing diabetes improved their health when they consumed all of their meals over...

High Fructose Intake May Damage Liver’s Ability to Burn Fat

Foods containing high levels of Fructose, such as processed foods and sugar-sweetened beverages, may damage the Liver's ability to properly burn fat, warns a...

Israeli Scientists Develop Bacteria Fed With Carbon Dioxide

Israeli researchers have developed bacteria fed only with carbon dioxide, the Weizmann Institute of Science (WIS) in central Israel reported on Wednesday. These bacteria, which...

DNA Sustains More Damage and Gets Fixed Less Often When Blood Sugar Levels are High

Researchers have found that DNA sustains more damage and gets fixed less often when blood sugar levels are high compared to when blood sugar...

New Study Reveals, Sugar-Sweetened Foods Can Worsen Your Mood

Contrary to popular beliefs that eating sugar-sweetened foods lift up low spirits, a new study suggests that sugar can worsen your mood. Researchers discovered that...

High Level Of Insulin in Infants May Rise Chances Of Brain Damage

Babies born with abnormally high levels of insulin are at the risk of suffering permanent brain damage and life-long disability, finds a study that...

Kidney Disease Risk Linked To Sugar-Sweetened Beverages: Study

A pattern of higher collective consumption of sweetened fruit drinks, soda and water was associated with a higher likelihood of developing chronic kidney disease (CKD), researchers warned. It was surprising...

Report Says Majority Of Indians Mix Fats, Sugars In Their Diet

One of the first rules of nutrition is to never mix fats and sugars because this contributes to obesity. However 70 per cent of...

High carbohydrate intake may increase cancer recurrence risk

Consuming high amounts of carbohydrates and sugar prior to treatment for head and neck cancer may increase the patients' risks of cancer recurrence and...

Pain-free skin patch developed for management of diabetes

New York, Dec 27, 2017: There is good news for diabetics as researchers have developed a pain-free skin patch containing dissolvable compounds that responds...

Is their a link between sugar consumption and cancer? Scientists may finally be able to explain how tumors grow!

Belgium, October 28, 2017: Is your sugar consumption causing, or spreading cancer in your body? A new study published in the journal Nature Communications claims to...

Sweet Tooth? Curb your Sugar Cravings with 7 Simple Steps!

It takes incredible determination hard to get over sugar cravings With these seven steps and some willpower, it is possible to curb sugar...

­Indian Caribbean Museum at Trinidad and Tobago needs State’s Help

Last Wednesday, a lecture was given by the Anthropologist Dr Kumar Mahabir at the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Commerce in Westmoorings where he...

Ebbing sugar rush: The fall of Indian sugar industry

By Gaurav Sharma The world’s largest sugarcane producing nation and the second largest sugar producer after Cuba stares itself in the pit of a downward...

No cut in the coverage of National Food Security Act : Ram Vilas Paswan

By Newsgram Staff Writer Government has decided not to accept the recommendation of High Level Committee on restructuring of FCI regarding cut in the coverage...

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