Too little or too much salt intake may trigger the same risk for diabetics and people with heart disease, according to researchers.
Currently, it is not only in the western world where a lot of children suffer from obesity, hypertension, cardiovascular problem, diabetes and other diseases.
Vegetarians have experienced a much lower risk of metabolic syndrome than non-vegetarians, according to researchers at Loma Linda University in California.
Diabetics are six times more likely to suffer a first heart attack and three to eight times more likely to die for heart disease than those without the disease.
Contrary to what we know not only fatty foods caused heart disease and hypertension, but a new study has revealed that those in high simple carbohydrates diet are also at risk of the disease.