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Marika Sboros on exercise: you REALLY can't outrun a bad diet

By Picture:Photo credit: Sangudo / Source / CC BY-NC It's no real surprise that a message in an editorial by three of the world's top experts in low-carb, high-fat (LCHF), published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM), ... BizNews.com, 2 weeks ago

Tonight: Eat Fat Stay Fit?

For decades we've been told that saturated fats are bad for us and eating too much red meat, milk, cream and eggs should be avoided. NHS guidelines state that eating large amounts of saturated fat can increase the cholesterol in our blood, and high ...
 ITV.com2 weeks ago

Why we are so fat when all we want to be is thin: obesity paradox

It's a truism: World Health Organisation research showing that Europe is growing ever fatter and heading for an obesity crisis. And it's not just Europe. South Africa, the US, and many other parts of the world are also caught up in an obesity ...
 BizNews.com2 weeks ago
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Simple ways to upgrade your health

Did you know that tiniest tweaks to your mundane daily routine can make a big difference to your health? A few simple lifestyle alterations can make a positive change to your life. Here's how... Upgrade: Your regular alarm for a natural awakening ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago How can I upgrade my health? Simple switches to make all the difference  Irish Mirror3 weeks ago
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Is Tim Noakes REALLY SA's new Dr Death? Here's a big fat surprise!

The nutrition gloves have come off again. This time it looks suspiciously like Big Food squaring up through its dietitian proxies against emeritus University of Cape Town professor Tim Noakes and low-carb, high-fat (LCHF). Ive been watching with ...
 BizNews.com3 weeks ago
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Why downing sugary drinks for just TWO weeks raises risk of heart disease

DOWNING sugary drinks for just two weeks significantly increases the risk of deadly heart disease, scientists say. The research gives added weight to repeated warnings from health experts that the drinks should have no place in diets. A study ...
 Scottish Daily Express1 month ago Vitamin health warning: Too many supplements can 'boost' risk of cancer and heart disease  Scottish Daily Express1 month ago

Pope Francis does he need a little low-carb, high-fat religion?

It's not just the colourfulrobes that make him look so voluminousthese days. Pope Francis is putting on too much weight. His minders are concerned about the effects of all that adipose tissue (the medical profession's euphemism for fat) on ...
 BizNews.com1 month ago
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