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High-protein diets, like the popular Dr. Dukan diet, increase the risk of developing kidney disease in rats (PR)

69964 hey warn that this type of diet may have potentially serious negative effects and needs to be monitoredHigh-protein diets, like the popular Dr. Dukan diet, increase the long-term risk of developing kidney disease and have a negative effect on renal urinary and morphological markers. What’s more, they may promote serious pathologies like nephrolithiasis (calcium kidney… Seguir Leyendo High-protein diets, like the popular Dr. Dukan diet, increase the risk of developing kidney disease in rats (PR)

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Diet during pregnancy and early life affects children’s behaviour and intelligence. (PR)

67395 The statement “you are what you eat” is significant for the development of optimum mental performance in children as evidence is accumulating to show that nutrition pre-birth and in early life “programmes” long term health, well being, brain development and mental performance and that certain nutrients are important to this process.Researchers from the NUTRIMENTHE… Seguir Leyendo Diet during pregnancy and early life affects children’s behaviour and intelligence. (PR)

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Diet during pregnancy and early life affects children’s behaviour and intelligence. (PR)

67395 The statement “you are what you eat” is significant for the development of optimum mental performance in children as evidence is accumulating to show that nutrition pre-birth and in early life “programmes” long term health, well being, brain development and mental performance and that certain nutrients are important to this process.Researchers from the NUTRIMENTHE… Seguir Leyendo Diet during pregnancy and early life affects children’s behaviour and intelligence. (PR)

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Two servings of salmon a week is healthy for pregnant women and their babies (PR)

University of Granada researchers have demonstrated that the intake of salmon increases omega-3 fatty acid levels and improves antioxidant defenses in pregnant women and their babies.The salmon employed in the study was only slightly contaminated and had been previously enriched with omega-3 fatty acids at a fish farmUniversity of Granada researchers have proven that eating… Seguir Leyendo Two servings of salmon a week is healthy for pregnant women and their babies (PR)

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Want your kids to eat more veggies? Give them a choice

by Aimee Keenan-Greene Kids who get to fill their plate themselves, eat more vegetables. So says a report from the University of Granada published in the international journal Brain Research Bulletin. Scientists say children ate up to 80 percent more vegetables when they got to pick which ones were part of their meal. Researchers studied 150… Seguir Leyendo Want your kids to eat more veggies? Give them a choice

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Melatonin might help in controlling weight gain (PR)

Melatonin might help in controlling weight gain and preventing heart diseases associated with obesity University of Granada researchers have proven that melatonin –a natural hormone produced by the body– helps in controlling weight gain –even without reducing the intake of food–, improves blood lipid profile –as it reduces triglicerids–, increases HDL cholesterol and reduces LDL… Seguir Leyendo Melatonin might help in controlling weight gain (PR)

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Consuming extra virgin olive oil helps to combat degenerative diseases such as cancer

– Consuming extra virgin olive oil helps to combat degenerative diseases such as cancer. In the 1960s, Ancer Keys, a US expert on nutrition, studied the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet for the first time. Since then many studies on the benefits of olive oil have been conducted. According to several studies performed in… Seguir Leyendo Consuming extra virgin olive oil helps to combat degenerative diseases such as cancer

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Shaking may cause brain damage and serious long-term effects to infants

– Shaking may cause brain damage and serious long-term effects to infants. -A group of interns of the Teaching Maternity Unit of the University College of Health Care of the UGR has carried out a bibliographic review of the ‘shaken baby syndrome’ -Many of the diagnosed cases which produce internal damage to the infant have… Seguir Leyendo Shaking may cause brain damage and serious long-term effects to infants

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A chocolate cookie a day puts 20 lbs on an energetically-balanced kid in four years

– A chocolate cookie a day puts 20 lbs on an energetically-balanced kid in four years A chocolate cookie a day puts 20 lbs on an energetically-balanced kid in four years – So-called ‘miracle diets’, such as the South Beach diet, the Atkins diet or the Artichoke diet, lack of scientific foundations and are a… Seguir Leyendo A chocolate cookie a day puts 20 lbs on an energetically-balanced kid in four years

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