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Spicing up your meals could be a simple way to build a healthier gut

Spicing up your meals could be a simple way to build a healthier gut

According to two separate studies from Penn State University in the United States, a handful of peanuts and a few pinches of herbs and spices could give your gut a boost. There are billions of individual microorganisms living in the human stomach and intestines, including hundreds to thousands of species of bacteria, viruses and fungi. …

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Skipping meals can take years off your life, study finds - here's what to know

Skipping meals can take years off your life, study finds – here’s what to know

Skipping meals can shorten lifespan, study findsArx0nt – Getty Images A study has found that skipping meals may be linked to premature death. Researchers have found that skipping breakfast is linked to an “increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease”. A dietitian discusses the results and limitations of the study. We’ve heard for years that …

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Skipping meals is one of the worst things for your mental health.  What there is to know

Skipping meals is one of the worst things for your mental health. What there is to know

We have all been there. A full day of shopping eludes us and we forget to eat. Or, we intentionally skip meal times to try to lose weight. Whatever the reason, skipping meals can harm your body and mind more than you think. Let’s talk about why not eating could harm your mental well-being. For …

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Skipping meals, fasting and eating meals too close together may be linked to an increased risk of death

Summary: A new study links daily diet to mortality risk. People over 40 who eat one meal a day have a higher risk of death. Those who skip breakfast have an increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease, and those who eat meals less than 4.5 hours apart have an increased risk of death. Source: …

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Fitness SKY way: No cheat meals, a boost of caffeine and less carbohydrates

No cheat meals, cutting out carbs and adding caffeine: Suryakumar Yadav took the road less traveled to the top. His 360-degree game was achieved through systemic planning, and changing eating habits was one of his greatest off-court accomplishments. Renowned dietitian and sports nutritionist Shweta Bhatia, who worked with the world number one hitter T20I, gave …

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