A no-carb diet is an extreme version of low-carb dieting. It eliminates almost all carbs, including whole grains, fruits, and most vegetables. While studies show that decreasing your carb intake can help you shed pounds and may have health benefits, completely eliminating carbs is highly restrictive and most likely unnecessary.
(HealthDay)—You don’t have to adopt a total vegetarian lifestyle to improve your health. You can get some of its advantages simply by replacing some of the animal proteins in your diet with plant-based ones. This can be an especially important switch for people who have even one risk factor for
Diabetes is a common metabolic disorder, which is caused by rapid blood sugar (glucose) fluctuations in the body. According to estimates, by the year 2030, about 98 million Indians are most likely to suffer from the condition. Diabetics need to be very careful about their diet, sometimes even the most
Swamped with patients who have diabetes and are obese, it is often difficult for physicians to dispense advice on a single food item. For instance, often, we give no specific diktat on edible oils. Sometimes, a casual advice when patients are leaving the clinic is: “Don’t take fried food.” Well,
To alleviate diet-related deaths in India, experts have urged the government to come up with a comprehensive nutritional policy following India’s poor ranking in the world hunger index last year. A recent study by the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), University of Washington revealed that over 1.1 crore deaths occur
Ketogenic diets can create a state of nutritional ketosis, which occurs when the body burns fat, rather than carbohydrates, for energy. (Unsplash) Researchers are hopeful that the keto diet could prove useful for military personnel in addressing the problem of obesity. According to a study published in the Journal of Military Medicine,
Mediterranean diet allows people to enjoy their food and prevents overeating Can’t stop overeating? Adopt a Mediterranean diet as it not only deters overeating but also protects against obesity and liver diseases, suggests a new study. In the study, published in the journal Obesity, the researchers from Wake Forest School