Category list : Nutrition
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“Ditching butter for veg oil may not be better for heart,” the Daily Mail reports.
“Anti-smoking drugs could stub out your sugar cravings,” the Daily Mail reports.
“Daily fresh fruit lowers heart death risk as much as statins,” The Daily Telegraph reports.
Replacing saturated fat with common vegetable oils may not curb heart disease risk or help patients live longer, even though cholesterol levels are lowered, according to a US study.
“Food and drinks should carry labels showing how long it would take to walk or run off the calories, a leading health expert suggests,” the Daily Mail reports.
“Vitamin D can produce ‘amazing’ improvements in heart function,” claims The Independent about the results of a recent study, while BBC News reported suggestions the results were “stunning”.
“One-fifth of adults worldwide will be obese by 2025,” The Guardian reports, while The Sun warns that the “UK’s population to be fattest in Europe” by the same date. These are just some of the conclusions of a major modelling study of global obesity trends.
Undernutrition service links NHS with care homesSubscription
A new digital undernutrition service for care homes has improved the quality of care for residents through increased monitoring, according to results from a pilot scheme.
“Fruit juices and smoothies contain ‘unacceptably high’ levels of sugar,” reports The Guardian. That was the stark conclusion of a new study looking at the sugar content of fruit juices and smoothies marketed at kids in the UK.
“Some people with high levels of supposedly ‘good’ cholesterol are at much greater risk of heart disease,” BBC News reports.