Studying 30 students at the University of Granada who follow Ramadan, nutritionists have come to the conclusion that the body\’s nutritional requirements during the ritual can be fulfilled by consuming diets low in fat and rich in proteins and carbohydrates. Carried out in the departments of Nutrition and Bromatology and Chemistry-Physics of the university, the… Seguir Leyendo Ramadan followers should have low fat, high protein-carbohydrate diet
– Scientists develop a new methodology for landfill management Washington, June 6: Scientists from the University of Granada in Spain have designed a novel and versatile environmental diagnostic method for landfill management, which is able to adapt to different places of the world and contributes to quantify the environmental impact. From this method, known as… Seguir Leyendo Scientists develop a new methodology for landfill management
– RHT improves post-menopausal womens quality of life Researchers at the University of Granada have found that use of Replacement Hormone Therapy (RHT) for at least five years improves quality of life in post-menopausal women. The study revealed that the fears associated with the RHT are product of disinformation and are often against clinical evidences.… Seguir Leyendo RHT improves post-menopausal women’s quality of life
– Red Wine May Prevent High Blood Pressure in Older Women? Further evidence that red wine may be beneficial for the heart has emerged in the form of a Spanish study, which says polyphenols found in red wine help keep blood vessels healthy and prevent high blood pressure. Older women who are postmenopausal are naturally… Seguir Leyendo Red Wine May Prevent High Blood Pressure in Older Women?