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The Greater the Severity, the Higher the Risks

Current literature shows that cardiometabolic risk factors are more prevalent among overweight or obese children and young adults than among those of healthy weight. However, the use of only a single category for obesity does not take into account the varying severity of obesity. 133 more words

Childhood Obesity

Metabolic Syndrome Rate Stabilizing Nationally

Prevalence of the cluster of cardiovascular risk factors known as the metabolic syndrome has stopped rising but remains high, researchers found.

The prevalence rose overall from 32.9% in 2003-2004 to 34.7% in 2011-2012, … 406 more words

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If You Cook at Home, You Eat Better Out

If you typically cook your meals at home, sources say you’ll make better decisions when ordering food at a restaurant.

A home cook is aware of how much salt or sugar is going into prepping for a dish, as a result these individuals consumer less calories when eating out. 65 more words

Lifestyle

If You Cook at Home, You Eat Better Out

If you typically cook your meals at home, sources say you’ll make better decisions when ordering food at a restaurant.

A home cook is aware of how much salt or sugar is going into prepping for a dish, as a result these individuals consumer less calories when eating out. 65 more words

Lifestyle

Tuesday's Tip: Another Reason to Stop Drinking Sugary Soda!!

We all know that soda isn’t the best for you, but a recent study published in the American Journal of Public Health concluded that a daily soda habit can age your immune cells almost two years…the same as smoking.   366 more words

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Sugared soda consumption, associated with accelerated cell aging

” This finding held regardless of age, race, income and education level “

Sugared soda consumption, cell aging associated in new study

UCSF scientists find shorter telomeres in immune cells of soda drinkers… 860 more words

National Institutes Of Health

Drinking decaf coffee may be good for the liver

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9-Oct-2014
Researchers from the National Cancer Institute report that decaffeinated coffee drinking may benefit liver health. Results of the study published in Hepatology, a journal of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, show that higher coffee consumption, regardless of caffeine content, was linked to lower levels of abnormal liver enzymes. 794 more words

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