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Trans fat linked to type 2 diabetes mellitus - new study

Wednesday May 21, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- Many food consumers may have known high intake of sugar can increase risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus.  Some

Is Actiponin or Gynostemma pentaphyllum extract the next obesity treatment?

Wednesday May 21, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- In the Jan 2014 issue of the research journal Obesity, a Korean study suggests taking a heat-processed Gynostemma pentaphyllum ...
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Hydroxycitric acid, Garcinia cambogia effective and safe for weight loss

Editor's comment Some organizations do advertisement on google.com to give consumers "Garcinia Cambogia warning" on their websites.  They claim that they have tested a few dozens of ...
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Katie Couric-narrated Documentary Fed Up Exposes Causes of US Obesity

By Martha Rosenberg Released in theaters on May 9, the documentary Fed Up untangles the roots of obesity in America’s youth. Directed by Stephanie Soechtig and narrated by ...
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Milk, cheese, but not yogurt linked to liver cancer

Tuesday May 20, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study published this year in the International Journal of Cancer suggests high consumption of dairy products, particularly ...
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Raspberry ketone new weight loss dietary supplement

Wednesday May 7, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- A study report published in Life Sciences suggests that raspberry ketone may be used as a weight loss dietary ...
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Information Technology, Social Support Help Weight Loss

Related Media Shigaki found that information technology, such as smartphone applications, can help dieters integrate healthy behavior changes into their daily lives.  PhotoDownload photo Information Technology Can Simplify ...
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Coffee lowers risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus

Tuesday April 29, 2014) -- A new study released most recently in the medical journal Diabetes Care confirms an early review which suggests that drinking ...
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Genes Elevate Existing Risk Associated with Processed Meat and Cancer

A new study confirms that red and processed meat are associated with an increased risk in colorectal cancer, while also identifying certain genetic factors that ...
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High sexual activity linked to high prostate cancer risk - study

Sunday April 20, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- A study in Epidemiology suggests that high sexual activity or contracting sexually transmitted disease could increase risk of prostate ...
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