Posts filed under: healthy eating

  • Healthy eating to lower blood pressure
People have been warned not to eat late at night after a study found it tripled the risk of high blood pressure. Dinner should be eaten no later than two hours before bedtime, advise scientists, who insist that when we...
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Here we look at some of the regional health specialities from around the globe...
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Most of us eat too much fat including too much saturated fat, which directly causes raised cholesterol and causes weight gain....
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Although coffee contains caffeine, a bitter-tasting white crystalline substance that scientists describe as the most commonly consumed psychoactive drug in the world, it’s not all bad!...
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People whose blood had higher levels of trans fats, found mainly in cakes and fried foods, had the worst cognitive scores....
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