We all know that a lifestyle of eating too much carbs and not exercising can increase the risk of obesity and diabetes, but how fast can it make you really sick? According to a new research, it can be as quick as only three days.
Based on a study conducted among 5,300 pregnant mothers, those who exercise are at least 30% less likely to deliver large babies. They also have a decreased risk of giving birth through a Caesarian section by 20%.
The nation’s top doctor, the U.S. Surgeon General, has issued a prescription too all Americans: Walk more. Americans are not getting enough physical activity and walking is easy, cheap, and everyone over the age of 1 or so knows how to do it.
With so much data noise especially online, it becomes more difficult to determine which diet is the most ideal. However, one expert decides to settle the dispute between low-fat and low-carb diet. Guess which turns out the winner.
A study found an association between the amount of fast food that children eat and how well they do in school . The higher the frequency of fast-food consumption in fifth grade, the worse children performed on math, reading and science tests in eighth grade.
Coca-Cola is teaming up with researchers and is giving financial support to a new organization that promotes the message that Americans fixate too much on what and how much they are eating rather than on exercise.
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