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Sugar consumption plays greater role in heart disease than saturated fat



Atherosclerotic Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) is responsible for one in every six deaths in the United States as well as being the leading cause of death throughout the developed world. Healthcare professionals have for many years sought to limit...

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Another reason to drink wine: It could help you burn fat



Another reason to drink wine: It could help you burn fat, study suggests Drinking red grape juice or wine -- in moderation -- could improve the health of overweight people by helping them burn fat better, according to a new...

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Amount, Types of Fat We Eat Affect Health, Risk of Disease



Jan. 8, 2014 -- Healthy adults should consume between 20 percent and 35 percent of their calories from dietary fat, increase their consumption of omega-3 fatty acids, and limit their intake of saturated and trans fats, according to an...

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Limiting Carbs, Not Calories, Reduces Liver Fat Faster, Researchers Find



Limiting Carbs, Not Calories, Reduces Liver Fat Faster, Researchers FindScienceDaily (Apr. 19, 2011) -- Curbing carbohydrates is more effective than cutting calories for individuals who want to quickly reduce the amount of fat in their liver, report UT Southwestern Medical...

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Resveratrol May Be Useful Tool for Reducing Body Fat



Resveratrol May Be Useful Tool for Reducing Body Fat ScienceDaily (Mar. 18, 2011) -- For her thesis entitled Conjugated Linoleic Acid and Resveratrol: the effect of these functional ingredients on the metabolism of triglycerides and adiposity, nutrition and obesity research...

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High Dietary Fat, Cholesterol Linked to Increased Risk of Breast Cancer



High Dietary Fat, Cholesterol Linked to Increased Risk of Breast CancerScienceDaily (Jan. 7, 2011) -- Elevated fat and cholesterol levels found in a typical American-style diet play an important role in the growth and spread of breast cancer, say researchers...

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New Evidence That Chili Pepper Ingredient Fights Fat



New Evidence That Chili Pepper Ingredient Fights FatScienceDaily (June 3, 2010) -- Scientists are reporting new evidence that capsaicin, the stuff that gives chili peppers their kick, may cause weight loss and fight fat buildup by triggering certain beneficial protein...

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High-Fat Meals a No-No for Asthma Patients, Researchers Find



High-Fat Meals a No-No for Asthma Patients, Researchers FindScienceDaily (May 16, 2010) -- People with asthma may be well-advised to avoid heavy, high-fat meals, according to new research. Individuals with asthma who consumed a high-fat meal showed increased airway inflammation...

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