Should You Count Your Calorie Intake During Christmas Day Feast ?

Dec 23, 2016 AM EST Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) reported Wednesday that an average person can consume about 6,000 calories on Christmas day alone, not to mention the other calorie intake from other parties ...

Unhealthy Mothers Less Likely to Breastfeed, Study

Aug 14, 2014 AM EDT Pregnant women in poor health are 30 percent less likely to breastfeed than those without any health complication, according to a study by the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.

Eating at Fast-Food Restaurants Increases Intake of Calories and Sugar, Study

Aug 08, 2014 AM EDT Eating at fast-food and full-service restaurants lead to an increase in the consumption of calories, sugar, saturated fat and sodium, especially in adults, according to a new study by the University ...

Low-Calorie Menus Does Not Help People Lose Weight, Study

Apr 22, 2014 AM EDT Restaurants that offer a separate section of “low-calorie” food items on their menus are more likely to prevent people from choosing healthy options, according to a Georgia State University and ...

Frequent, Smaller Meals Prevent Feline Obesity, Study

Feb 24, 2014 AM EST Eating frequent smaller meals is known to cut obesity risk in humans. However, University of Illinois researchers have found that tiny, regular meals can eliminate feline obesity as well.

Exposure to Cold Temperatures Help Control Weight Gain, Study

Feb 05, 2014 AM EST Shivering from cold is as effective as exercise in cutting down body fat as they both produce hormones that trigger the creation of calorie-burning ‘brown fat,’ according to a University of Sydney ...

Housework Does Not Help To Cut Calories, Study

Oct 18, 2013 AM EDT A recent University of Ulster study has proved a long-standing theory of household chores making people fit and healthy, as false.

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