GLUTEN MAY LOWER THE RISK OF TYPE 2 DIABETES

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You are probably on, or have tried the gluten free diet. Well, a study recently presented at the American Heart Association’s Epidemiology and Prevention/Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Health 2017 Scientific Session, suggests that low gluten diets may be associated with higher risk of type 2 diabetes. A possible explanation is that participants in the long-observational study who ate less gluten, tended to eat less cereal fiber which is known to protect against developing Type 2 diabetes. (more…)

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EARLY INTRODUCTION OF PEANUTS COULD HELP PREVENT PEANUT ALLERGY

 

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New evidence is challenging delaying introduction of certain food to babies in an attempt to prevent food allergies. In an allergic reaction, the immune system responds to a harmless food as it were a threat, so that one experiences stomach upsets and diarrhea, hives and itching, or sometimes tightening of the throat and trouble breathing. (more…)

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THERE IS MORE TO WOMEN HEALTH THAN JUST WEIGHT

 

How many ladies in the house are comfortable with their body? Hands please, I am counting….

For most women, weight is the dark shadow that hovers around all the time. But there is a lot more to health and happiness than just weight. Studies have shown that while maintaining good weight remarkably improves risk of non-communicable diseases, eating healthy and maintaining the recommended amount of physical activity (150 minutes of moderate exercise/week) also reduces the risk of non-communicable diseases, improves diseases outcomes and quality of life, even if weight loss is not achieved. So don’t be discouraged that your weight is not changing; there is more to your health than just weight. (more…)

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