Having a sweet tooth or being a ‘supertaster’ for bitter flavors may put people at reduced risk of developing metabolic syndrome, but being both may not be so good, suggests a new study from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with implications...
Regular consumption of soda and other sugar-sweetened beverages is associated with a clear and consistently greater risk of metabolic syndrome and type-2 diabetes, according to a meta-analysis of 11 published studies.
Australian firm Phosphagenics has said that its patented
Phospha E vitamin E ingredient has been self-affirmed as GRAS
(generally recognized as safe), which will soon open the door for
its use in foods and beverages in the US.
Health conditions that were once almost exclusively associated with
the elderly are now being increasingly diagnosed in children,
according to a new report, which calls for immediate dietary
Teenage girls who have a large waist circumference and a high
levels of triglycerides may run a greater risk of developing
metabolic syndrome in later life, according to research published
in this month's issue of Pediatrics.
Eating more wholegrain foods could help people reduce their chances
of developing metabolic syndrome, say researchers, analysing the
role of carbohydrates on insulin resistance and the prevalence of
the metabolic syndrome in a large...