Why Dinner Timing Matters

Why Dinner Timing Matters

Key points: People who consumed the largest proportion of daily calories in the evening showed lower diet quality. People consume about 40% of their daily calories at dinner. Eating before bed makes it harder for your body to burn fat. …

Partner’s Support Helps Lose Weight

Partner’s Support Helps Lose Weight

Recent study looked at what happens when a patient’s spouse contributes to adopting healthy habits. People who strive for weight loss are almost 3x more likely to reach their goal if they have a supporting partner, a new study found.  …

Honey Might Be The Best Cough Treatment

Honey Might Be The Best Cough Treatment

Just in time for the impending flu season, a freshly published research reveals the safest way to deal with cough symptoms. Key points: British researchers proved honey is a cheaper and safer alternative to antibiotics when treating upper respiratory tract …

How Oral Health Is Affected By Summer Habits

How Oral Health Is Affected By Summer Habits

There’s a possibility you might want to adjust your summer diet and improve oral care after looking at these survey’s findings. Prevention is often the best strategy for good health — this applies to oral health too. Here’s what we …

“Eating Local” Is a Way To Sustainability

“Eating Local” Is a Way To Sustainability

Growing your vegetables, greens, and berries or buying them fresh from local farmers is a step towards sustainable eating and a healthier diet, experts believe. “The COVID-19 pandemic provides many good reasons to eat in healthier and more sustainable ways,” …

How Dark Chocolate May Be Helpful In Losing Weight

How Dark Chocolate May Be Helpful In Losing Weight

Dark chocolate is known as one of the healthiest dessert options for those who have a sweet tooth. Delightfully, it’s consumption is associated with enhanced brain function, better heart health, and decreased inflammation. Few know that eating dark chocolate may …

Laughter As Stress Protection

Laughter As Stress Protection

An intensive longitudinal study from the University of Basel research team examined how laughter, its intensity, and symptoms of stress are connected. Key points: In a new study, participants’ laughter, its intensity and stressful events were tracked via a phone …