Ashley May USA TODAY Published 2:03 PM EDT Oct 23, 2018 People who regularly eat organic food are less likely to develop cancer than those who don't, according to a new study out of France. A team of researchers studied 68,946 adult volunteers from France who provided information on how often they ate organic food, drinks and even dietary supplements. Participants were given a score, based on how often they eat organic food ranging from "most of the time" to "never" or "I don't know." During two follow-up appointments, one in 2009 and another in 2016, the researchers then tracked cancer diagnoses, the most prevalent being breast cancer. Other cancers observed included prostate cancer, skin cancer, colorectal cancer, non-Hodgkin lymphomas and lymphomas. People who reported higher organic food scores were less likely to be diagnosed with cancer than the rest of the group. For example, those who consumed the most organic food were 25 percent less likely to have cancer, … [Read more...] about Eating organic food may prevent cancer, French study suggests
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Life by Press Association October 1, 2018, 12:03 am FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Sign up to our Daily newsletter Food and fitness guru Joe Wicks has said he will probably resort to buying baby food after becoming a father. The Body Coach, who has built a brand based on his fitness regimes and cooking tips, welcomed his first child in August this year. Wicks, 32, has said he does not want to resort to shop-bought food for his young daughter Indie, who he had with model girlfriend Rosie Jones. Speaking to the Big Issue, Wicks admits that the pressures of time mean that not every meal for his young child will be homemade. He said: “I haven’t looked yet as she’s still on breast milk, but we’re going to hopefully make our own. In an ideal world, every parent would be like that, but people get busy. “I’m sure I’ll end up using some of these puree things. I’m not opposed to it but I’ll try my best to cook … [Read more...] about Health coach Joe Wicks might resort to shop-bought baby food for young daughter
PROTEIN diet plans are great for weight loss and building muscle. Vegans and vegetarians should eat these foods to see the best results. By Sophie Roberts / Published 29th August 2018 Many fitness fans use protein diets to stay in shape.The regimes, which incorporate foods such as eggs, dairy and meat, are said to burn fat and aid muscle development. For this reason, it can be quite tricky for vegetarians and vegans to follow them.So is there a way to get your protein fix on a plant based plan?Daily Star Online spoke to Nutrition and Fitness instructor Cassandra Barns to find out more. GETTY FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Here are some simple ways to up your protein intake Related Articles How to burn 500 calories and slash belly fat fast – without exercising Lose weight and build muscle: Seven vegan foods for a high protein diet Coconut oil WARNING: Health expert reveals why 'healthy' food is 'worse than lard' In the UK, adults are advised to eat 0.75g of … [Read more...] about How to lose weight and build muscle: Eat these protein-rich plant based foods
The latest baby food blogs and recipe books are filled with fashionable, super-healthy ingredients such as chia seeds, medjool dates, nut butters and quinoa. With increasing numbers of adults switching to plant-based diets - there are now thought to be 540,000 vegans in Britain, up from 150,000 a decade ago - many parents are choosing to bring their babies and children up in the sa me way. Experts have warned, however, that ‘clean eating’ trends, such as going gluten or dairy free - with no medical reason - could lead to nutritional deficiencies in children and set up unhealthy relationships with food. In June, researchers in France said non-dairy milks were dangerous for babies, in a study of parents who had chosen to replace breast or formula milk with an alternative before their child had reached the age of one. A third of the children were found to have malnutrition. And in recent years there have also been reports of children raised on a vegan diet being admitted to … [Read more...] about The rise of ‘clean eating’ vegan kids, and how baby and children’s foods are being marketed as gluten- or dairy-free
WE'VE all experienced what it's like to have eyes bigger than your stomach. But what happens when you become addicted to stuffing yourself until you're uncomfortably full? Here's everything you need to know about over eating addiction... What is an over-eating addiction? According to the NHS website, over eating addiction (otherwise known as "binge eating disorder") involves "regularly eating large portions of food all at once until you feel uncomfortably full, and then often feel upset or guilty." While some over-eat everyday meals and the contents of their kitchen cupboards, other sufferers plan their binges in advance and "buy 'special' binge foods." Now classified as a mental illness, those addicted to over-eating use food to cope with negative emotions, stress, or as a source of comfort. While over-eating addiction can affect men and women of all ages, it is particularly prevalent among teenagers and young adults. Although over-eating addiction also involves binge eating, it is … [Read more...] about What is an over-eating addiction? What are the signs of a compulsive or binge eating disorder and how is it treated?