Modifying the population of bacteria in the gut may improve the regulation of glycemic control and reverse the insulin resistance that occurs with obesity, suggests a new study from the Nestlé Research Center.
Sainsbury's launch of an own-brand one per cent fat milk highlights
the product's move into the mainstream dairy market, just a year
after the implementation of new EU rules regarding the fat content
'Growing up in an obesogenic environment', 'Have we sacrificed our
children on the altar of a free market?', 'Endocrine disrupters and
obesity - old chemicals, new questions' and other presentations
A number of leading dairy experts believe that the industry is
"unfairly" blamed for contributing to the growing
worldwide obesity crises, and more must be done to promote the
dietary benefits of its products.
Scientists have identified that a hormone is responsible for
people's fondness for food, findings that could lead to a better
understanding of overeating and ultimately contribute to the
prevention of obesity.
Instead of trying to hide confectionery from children by
restricting advertising, chocolate-makers should be encouraging
them to make the same health-conscious choices as adults when it
comes to confectionery they're sure to...
Two Ohio State University studies involving CLA fed to mice and
rats are reported to have brought about diverging results that
suggest opposing potential effects in humans. However, it is
generally accepted that humans react physiologically...
A diet is not just for January. Sure, the wagon-ride to a healthy
weight is a bumpy one and some won't manage to cling on. But global
government efforts to reduce the impact of the obesity crisis on
public health are ongoing,...
Bread enriched with lupin kernel flour at the expense of wheat
flour reduced energy intake and increased the feeling of fullness,
says new research from Australia that may have important
implications for weight management.