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Topic: High-fat diet

Cystic Fibrosis Outcomes Better In Canada Than The US: Study

Study reveals cystic fibrosis patients live 10 years longer in Canada than in the United States. Easier access to lung transplants as well as healthier diet and better health insurance could be the cause.

Public Health March 14, 2017

Love Eating Pizza, Burgers? Study Says High-Fat Meals Can Ruin Your Metabolism

A new study suggests eating too much meals that are high in saturated fat may destroy your liver metabolism. Researchers warn that high-fat meals can lead to the development of non-alcoholic fatty liver.

Healthy Living/Wellness February 17, 2017

Turning Off Fat Protein Improves Blood Sugar, Reduces Body Fat: Study

Fatty liver disease and obesity typically coincide. Now, researchers have found that turning off a protein in liver and fat tissues can have a hand in improving blood sugar levels and reducing body fat.

Healthy Living/Wellness December 20, 2016

Feeling Sleepy? High-fat Meals Could Make You Experience Daytime Drowsiness

University of Adelaide researchers reported that high fat intake causes daytime sleepiness. Further sleep study revealed that a large percentage of those who consume high-fat foods have sleep apnea.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 24, 2016

Low-Carbohydrate, High-Fat Paleo Diet Causes Rapid Weight Gain, Warn Diabetes Experts

Following a low-carb, high-fat diet for eight weeks can possibly lead to health complications and rapid weight gain, a new study revealed. Experts warn that this type of diet is not recommended for people with pre-diabetes or diabetes.

LIFE February 19, 2016

Low-Sugar Diet May Help Reverse Liver Damage: 5 Ways To Reduce Sugar Intake

Eating too much sugar has several negative effects on our body such as increased risks for heart disease and breast cancer. Now, a new study in Oregon found that a low-sugar diet can help reverse liver damage.

LIFE January 15, 2016

High-Fat, Low Protein Diet Affects RNA Level Of Sperm

Two new mice studies demonstrated the different ways a man’s diet could affect his child's future health. Both high-fat and low-protein diets caused certain changes to RNAs in the sperm that may affect gene regulation in offspring.

LIFE January 3, 2016

High-Fat Diet Could Damage Your Brain: Here's How

A groundbreaking study found that high-fat diets can prompt active immune cells in the brain to become inactive and begin consuming neuron connections. Going back to a low-fat diet after two months on the high-fat diet trend could reverse the cognitive shrinkage.

LIFE December 1, 2015

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