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Eating crispy 'french fries' may double the risk of death

Eating crispy 'french fries' may double the risk of death

Researchers have found that eating french fries may increase the risk of death.

Do you often postpone your meal time? It may delay your body clock

Do you often postpone your meal time? It may delay your body clock

The study sheds light on a potential way to alleviate symptoms of jet lag and shift work.

Revealed: Salty diet makes you hungry, not thirsty

Revealed: Salty diet makes you hungry, not thirsty

The study found that "Cosmonauts" who ate more salt in the simulation retained more water, were not as thirsty and needed more energy.

Here's why you shouldn't wrap your food in newspaper

Here's why you shouldn't wrap your food in newspaper

Wrapping food in newspapers is an unhealthy practice and the consumption of such food is injurious to health, even if the food has been cooked hygienically.

Weight loss: The best time to eat dinner to shed that stubborn flab!

Weight loss: The best time to eat dinner to shed that stubborn flab!

The new research revealed that eating a very early dinner, or even skipping dinner, may reduce swings in hunger, alter fat and carbohydrate burning patterns, which may help in losing weight. 

Parent-child bonds may affect your midlife health

Growing up in a well-off home can benefit a child's physical health, but lack of good relationship with parents, or the presence of abuse, may affect health, as well as well-being during mid-life, a study has found.

DNA: Encouraging the traditional Indian habit of eating food with hands

Analyzing the positive food habits of eating with hands from ancient India. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

Here`s why some fat risks your health, while others don't

According to the University of Naples Federico II study, a diet high in saturated fat affects a part of the brain called the hypothalamus, which helps regulate hunger, making it struggle to control what you eat.

Here`s why artificial sweeteners make you eat more

Researchers identified a new system in the brain that senses and integrates the sweetness and energy content of food.

How overeating can actually make you eat more!

Overeating reduces levels of a hormone that signals the feeling of fullness in the brain, potentially promoting more eating.

Reasons you should start eating Mediterranean diet today - Watch!

Basically, a Mediterranean diet is a healthy eating plan consisting of lots of vegetables, fruits, beans, cereals. It also contains moderate amounts of fish, white meat and some dairy products.

Focus on quality, not quantity, of food to stay slim

The findings are based on Global Healthy Weight Registry that surveyed adults who have successfully maintained a healthy body weight throughout their lives. 

Five tips to avoid holiday weight gain!

Know some tips to avoid holiday weight gain!

Eat only when you are hungry for better health

Do you tend to munch something or the other between your meals even when you are not hungry? If yes, such a habit could certainly satisfy your taste buds but harm your health, warns a new study.

Count bites, not calories to shed extra kilos

Scientists revealed that the secret to weight loss success might lie how much food we are putting into our mouths.