No-hunger plan trims pounds fast by knocking out cravings. The secret: eating more (yes, more!) body-friendly carbs. Here's how... Breakfast Every day, power up with a filling breakfast that packs fiber-rich super grains (100% whole wheat bread, pasta, quinoa, buckwheat, brown rice), protein and healthy fat. Perfect morning meal: two eggs on
The World Health Organisation is reportedly planning to declare that bacon, sausages and other processed meat cause cancer. Red meat is also expected to be listed as being “probably carcinogenic to humans”. A source told The Daily Mail that the announcements were expected to be made on Monday with processed meat put in the
It happens to be common to all teenagers: late night parties, assignment deadlines, Netflix re-runs, they're consumed with all that's happening around them which is probably why their bedroom light is on way into the night. If you're a concerned parent or a teenager yourself, it's time to put a stop
According to a new research published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, obesity is more common among the higher educated in poorer countries while in rich countries, obesity is more common among the lesser educated. "When countries become richer, changes in living conditions occur that predominantly affect the weight of those
We all go through heartbreak at some point in life, losing confidence, letting in self-doubt, being demotivated and even disappointed with ourselves. While some of us have a strong will power and determination to deal with these issues and come out stronger than ever, there are a considerable number of people
The everyday stresses in today’s life have started taking a toll on people’s health. In earlier days, heart ailments would typically affect only the elderly. Those days are long gone. Bad food habits, an unhealthy and sedentary lifestyle and high-stress careers have brought down the age of those affected drastically.
LAGOS: As Nigeria celebrates news that polio is no longer an endemic in the West African country, Pakistan and its war-battered neighbour Afghanistan remain the only two countries where the disease is prevalent. The World Health Organization (WHO) said Nigeria and Africa as a whole are now closer to being certified
It my sound simple, but something as basic as taking your blood pressure medication before bed rather than in the morning could be enough to lower the risk of type 2 diabetes significantly, according to new research. Two studies conducted by researchers from the University of Vigo in Spain have explored