Walnuts could reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease in overweight adults

Adding walnuts to the diet could help overweight individuals reduce their risk of diabetes and heart disease

25/09/2013   by Laura Keaver  

Chewing food more reduces appetite after eating

Chewing your food more at meals could reduce appetite after eating. However it won’t lower food intake at next meal.

18/09/2013   by Laura Keaver  

Lack of sleep leads to increased food purchasing

According to new research a bad night’s sleep could make it harder to resist temptation and lead to increased food purchasing.

16/09/2013   by Laura Keaver  

Blueberries, apples, grapes and pears reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, fruit juices increase risk

Three servings of fruit per week reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes, while drinking fruit juice could slightly increase the risk.

16/09/2013   by Laura Keaver  

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