A natural dietary supplement that may mimic the health benefits seen by people who regularly undergo calorie-restricted diets, has been reported by scientists/ Regular fasting and cutting calories by around a third, has been demonstrated to have health benefits. In some cases it has been observed as a way to naturally extend lifespan. This longevity boost has been attributed to the suite of changes the body implements, such as slowing down the metabolism, when it recognises that food is scarce. Read more Increasing number of young people contracting ‘old-age’ conditions Busy people have improved cognitive function in old age, study says Key symptom of old age reversed ‘surprisingly easily’, study finds Now a dietary supplement, a substance called nicotinamide riboside (NR), a building block for vitamin B3, has shown early signs that it can have similar effects without having to go to the brink of starvation. Researchers from … [Read more...] about Supplement may lower blood pressure, improve vascular health and could even slow aging, claims study
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Duane Mellor, Coventry University and Paul D McArdle, University of Birmingham At this time of year, we are bombarded with books and TV shows telling us what we should be eating and how best to lose weight. Particularly in vogue are low-carb diets, Paleo diets and intermittent fasting diets. But which diet is the most effective for sustained weight loss – not to mention good health? First, let’s look at low-carb diets, which include Atkins, Dukan and, more recently, the Pioppi diet. The argument behind these diets is that carbohydrates are bad for us because they are broken down into glucose, which stimulates the release of insulin, and insulin helps the body store the energy from food as fat – especially around our middles. What is missed in this argument is that it is not only carbohydrates that encourage us to make insulin. Foods high in protein and fat do this, too. Beef, for example, increases insulin to a similar level as breakfast cereals. Related to low-carb … [Read more...] about Low carb, Paleo or fasting – which diet is best?
TRYING to lose weight after the indulgent Christmas period but not sure where to start?The British Dietetic Association (BDA) has taken a look at some of the most popular diets around and given its verdict on whether it will work for you.This diet is based on the principal of intermittent fasting, where you eat normally for five days and restrict your calorie intake for the other two.On top of losing weight, fans claim the 5:2 diet can improve lifespan and brain function, and protect against conditions such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.But evidence on how effective the diet it is limited.One 2010 study found women placed on a 5:2 diet achieved similar levels of weight loss to women on a calorie-controlled diet, and were also less likely to develop chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes.There is also some evidence that the 5:2 model may help lower the risk of certain obesity-related cancers, such as breast cancer.Pros:Sticking to a calorie restricted two days a … [Read more...] about What is the best diet plan for weight loss? From 5:2 and paleo to Slimming World and Weight Watchers, experts give their opinions
WE’VE learned a lot about the world’s most powerful man’s daily habits in the past week or so.With the help of a leaked schedule and newly-published White House exposé Fire and Fury, we’ve all got a good picture of how Donald Trump lives his life.The controversial book about life in the Trump administration claims the 45th President of the United States often retires to bed at 6.30pm to eat cheese burgers while watching TV.And according to the New York Times, he drinks as many as 12 Diet Cokes a day and starts work late, scheduling in time to keep up his Twitter presence and to rage at the telly.But that’s no way to live, according to top life coach Sam Sahota, who spoke to Sun Online about where the billionaire President is going wrong with his daily routine.The wellness guru, dubbed Europe’s most passionate life coach, has taken a good look at The Donald’s daily routine and come up with a few changes to make him happier, healthier and … [Read more...] about ‘Trump needs to get a dog and run a bubble bath’: Life coach offers tips for the President after it’s revealed his working hours are shrinking