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Added sugar in sweet drinks may increase risk of prostate cancer

A recent study published in the British Journal of Nutrition examined whether added sugars can affect prostate cancer risk. Little information is known about how...
Stress during pregnancy

Stress during pregnancy may lead to unhealthy food choices

Published in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, researchers tailored a mindfulness approach to helping tackle overeating and stress during pregnancy. Pregnancy is a huge milestone and...
food addiction

Eating more high-fat and high-sugar foods can increase food addiction

A recent study investigated food addiction symptoms their connections to obesity, eating patterns, and abnormal eating behaviour. Obesity is quickly becoming a global epidemic with...
food allergy

Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis: A Protein Allergy in Infants

Babies and very young children who experience vomiting and diarrhea a few hours after eating may have a type of food allergy called food...
processed food

Does Highly Processed Food Increase Your Risk of Cancer?

A recent research paper in the British Medical Journal questions whether ultra-processed food has an impact on the risk of cancer.   A number of studies have...
food tax

Can a Targeted Food Tax Improve Health?

Researchers in the US used a statistical model to determine the impact of a food tax on unhealthy food and a subsidy on healthy...
artificial sweeteners

Do Artificial Sweeteners Do More Harm than Good?

Researchers investigated whether artificial sweeteners are linked to an unhealthy lifestyle in those who are morbidly obese. With the prevalence rates of overweight and obesity...
folate

Can Foods With Folate Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes?

Researchers in Korea explored the association between eating foods with folate, also known as Vitamin B, and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Folate,...

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