According to a study, individuals who consume the largest quantities of ultra-processed foods such as cookies, chips, and soft drinks could have a higher dementia risk compared to individuals who consume the smallest amounts.
The researchers also discovered that substituting ultra-processed
Research has found that adhering to a time-restricted eating regimen that restricts the consumption of food to a maximum 10-hour time frame shows encouraging beneficial metabolic effects in type 2 diabetes individuals.
Modern society has a limitless availability of food and a day-night rhythm
According to an analysis of over 100,000 individuals over 30 years, adults performing 2 to 4 times the recommended weekly amount of moderate or vigorous physical activity have a significant reduction in mortality risk.
The reduction was 21 to 23% for individuals who participated in 2 to 4 times
A study has found that self-reflection is positively linked to late life cognition and also glucose metabolism, a brain health marker. The researchers say that older individuals engaging in self-reflection could have a reduced dementia risk.
According to the researchers, there’s an increasing
The harmful effects of extended inactivity are commonly known. An excessive amount of sitting results in an elevated risk of Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic conditions, which includes depression. To balance out the significant side effects of an inactive lifestyle, physicians
Ignoring glucose and cholesterol levels could influence your likelihood of getting Alzheimer’s disease later on in your life. According to researchers, lower HDL cholesterol and high triglyceride blood levels as early as 35 years old are linked to a higher occurrence of Alzheimer’s disease several
In an in-depth genomic study of how the biological processes that are involved in the development of disease are influenced by meditation, researchers have discovered that 8 days of intense meditation results in powerful immune system activation.
A study has found that medications known as antidopaminergic antiemetics that are commonly used for relieving vomiting and nausea related to post-surgery, migraine and radiotherapy or chemotherapy, are linked to a higher risk of ischemic stroke.
According to research, consuming foods rich in potassium such as salmon, avocados, and bananas can help reduce salt’s negative effects on the diet. The study revealed that diets rich in potassium were linked to reduced blood pressure, especially in women having a high consumption of salt.