Obese people are more likely to lose their memory and thinking skills quicker than those who are slim and healthy in weight, according to researchers.
Good eating habits accompanied by regular physical activities are ways of regulating and reducing high levels of cholesterol in your system.
Obesity is a growing problem around the world with more people becoming obese and at a younger age.
Annually up to 200,000 people die of heart disease and stroke in the UK alone but if everyone over the age of 50 would take the polypill that number could be more than halved, according to scientists.
A study has revealed that today’s eggs contain 70 percent more vitamin D and double the amount of selenium, which is linked to lower risks of cancer and cardiovascular disease, infertility and infections, when compared with eggs three decades ago.
Elderly persons are being denied cholesterol lowering drugs, statins, by general practitioner (GP) that could have averted strokes and heart attack, experts say.
Conventional wisdom dictates that lowering ‘bad cholesterol’, known as Low-Density Lipoprotein or LDL is good for the heart.
Avocado oil has shown in tests to fight free radicals, dangerous molecules which is said to cause aging, heart disease and cancer, according to scientists.
There is a correlation between physical activity, depression and metabolic syndrome.
Eating fried food is not bad at all if the food you fry say meat has no animal fat on it and the cooking oil you use in frying, is either monounsaturated or polyunsaturated fat.