Oct. 16, 2008 — Obese people expect to enjoy food more than lean people do, but when they eat, they enjoy it less, a brain study shows. And that’s a problem. To make up for the missing enjoyment, obese people eat more high-calorie food. Overeating further dulls food enjoyment and locks people in a vicious
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Harboring food fears? A Harvard School of Public Health study found that 38 percent of us worry about getting sick from food. Have a look at the percentage of subjects who worry about these groups keeping our food safe: Meat producers: 58% Restaurants: 55% Food inspection system: 52% Grocery store: 41% Vegetable and fruit growers:
A sound body deserves a sound mind. But if you’re feeling blue, seeing red or seeking refuge from the proverbial skies of gray, you can’t enjoy the optimal health you work so hard to achieve. Women are more likely than men to undergo depression â€” especially around menopause, perhaps due to hormonal changes. Genetics are
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Let’s face it: Your mom, your sister-in-law, your co-worker, your best friend from college — someone you know has had breast cancer. Someone you care about has sat white-faced, clutching the kitchen phone, or in a doctor’s office, and gotten the scary news that every woman dreads — news that one out of eight of
Try this easy-to-prepare recipe that gives cauliflower an Asian twist. One serving also provides 148% of the daily value (DV) for vitamin C, 13% DV for potassium and 12% DV for fiber. And it tastes great served cold the next day. Enjoy Read More