Now keep your appetite in check with this new obesity treatment

 A new study has shed light on a new treatment for potential obesity that targets the two sides of appetite i.e. hunger and feeling full.

How fructose, glucose affect our appetite

Scientists have revealed how fructose and glucose have different effects on physiological and behavioural responses to food.

Brain 'switch' that controls your appetite discovered

Researchers have discovered tiny genetic triggers in brain cells that can have a big influence on how the body regulates appetite and weight.

Little voices inside your head telling you to 'eat or stop' aren't just voices: Study

 A new study has revealed that the voices inside people's head that tells them to eat or stop eating are actually a cluster of about 10,000 specialized brain cells.

Revolutionary 'appetite-suppressing implant' gives weight loss a boost

A US-developed device is set to revolutionize obesity treatment of obesity by using electrical impulses to suppress the desire to eat.


Aamir loses appetite over 'PK' release
Aamir loses appetite over 'PK' release

 Aamir Khan, who is hopping from one city to another to promote his forthcoming release "PK", says he's nervous with butterflies "opening their wings" in his stomach.

Junk food reduces appetite for balanced diet

A new study has found that junk food not only makes you fat, it also reduces your appetite for novel foods, which normally drives people to seek a balanced diet.

5 reasons why we should drink lots of water

Water is very essential in our life and we cannot survive without it.Water helps to keeps our body hydrated.

`Paleo` diet may not be so good at suppressing appetite

A new research suggests that the trendy "paleo" diet a plant-based diet inspired by the idea that human ancestors mainly consumed roughage may not be so good at suppressing appetite.

Why protein-rich breakfast is essential for your health

A new study has found that a breakfast rich in protein can provide better appetite and glucose control as compared to lower-protein breakfast.

Weight loss surgery linked to appetite, taste change

Gone through a weight-loss surgery recently? Expect changes in appetite and taste of food as a research says after gastric bypass surgery, patients frequently report sensory changes.

Depression can lead to obesity in adolescent girls

Adolescent girls who suffer from depression are at a greater risk for developing obesity as they grow older, a research said.

Controlling appetite could help in preventing childhood obesity

Two studies have revealed that heartier appetite could help in tackling obesity and affect more rapid infant growth.

Being overweight can negatively affect memory, emotions and appetite

A new study has found that being overweight appears to be related to reduced levels of a molecule that reflects brain cell health in the hippocampus, a part of the brain involved in memory, learning, and emotions, and likely also involved in appetite control.

Excessive stress making kids lose appetite and sleep

Almost half of children are losing sleep due to stress, while more than one in ten are not able to eat, a new study has revealed.

Protein-rich breakfast helps curb appetite

A new study has revealed that eating high protein sausage and egg-based breakfast can help curb hunger throughout the morning, compared with a low-protein breakfast or skipping breakfast, in 18-55-year-old women.

How brain helps suppress appetite

Researchers have identified a population of neurons that tell the brain to shut off appetite.

Why some people remain lean and others obese

Researchers have said that becoming obese or remaining lean can depend on the dynamics of the mitochondria, the body`s energy-producing "battery."

Healthy food that gives feeling of fullness may limit overall consumption

A new study has found that healthy snacks that promote a feeling of fullness (satiety) may reduce the amount of food intake at subsequent meals and limit overall food consumption.

Stem cell manipulation can help re-wire appetite control

Researchers at the University of East Anglia (UEA) have made a discovery in neuroscience that could offer a long-lasting solution to eating disorders such as obesity.