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Around 300 million Indians skip breakfast – Kellogg’s study

Around 300 million Indians skip breakfast – Kellogg’s study

Mumbai: 1 in 4 Indians claims to skip breakfast, a recent study on breakfast habits of Indians says. Considering the latest demographic report of July, 2013, this number amounts to whopping 300 millions. The study

Pectin, inulin may replace fat in cakes

A study published in the Journal of Food Science shows that pectin and inulin are the most efficient fat replacers for the development of low-fat cakes. The researchers replaced the fat in cakes from 35–100%

Analysis of more than 1 Million Adult Hospital Cases Revealed 21% Reduction in Length of Hospital Stay and Cost with Nutritional Intervention

Illinois: A recent health economics and outcomes study, conducted by leading health economists and supported by Abbott, found that oral nutritional supplements provided to patients during hospitalization were associated with significant reductions in length of

Dairy products may play a role in preserving muscle mass in older women

A study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics shows that older women who consume more dairy may maintain muscle mass that often diminishes with old age.A total of 1,456 women,

Clinical research shows SALCITAL may benefit in the management of pre-diabetes and mild to moderate hyperlipidemia

Bangalore: Clinical research shows standardized extract of Salacia reticulate (SALCITAL, Branded Ingredient of Olive Lifesciences) was safe and may be beneficial in the management of pre-diabetes and mild to moderate hyperlipidemia, according to a study

Whey and rice protein may be equally effective for exercise recovery

Chicago, August 27, 2013: Consumption of moderate amount of animal-derived protein has been shown to differently influence skeletal muscle hypertrophy during resistance training when compared with nitrogenous and isoenergetic amounts of plant-based protein administered in

Broccoli could be key in the fight against osteoarthritis

A compound found in broccoli could be a key to preventing or slowing the progress of the most common form of arthritis, according to new research led by the University of East Anglia.Results from the

Higher intake of fruits, vegetables may reduce risk of bladder cancer in women

University of Hawaii Cancer Center Researcher Dr Song-Yi Park, along with her colleagues, recently discovered that a greater consumption of fruits and vegetables may lower the risk of invasive bladder cancer in women. The investigation

BARC turns a new leaf, develops 41 varieties of crops under its Nuclear Agriculture programme

The Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC) said that till date it has developed 41 varieties of crops under its Nuclear Agriculture programme. These include 15 varieties of groundnut, 3 of mustard, 2 of soybean, 1

Negative effects of vitamins on voles cast doubt on health supplement benefits

Vitamin C and Vitamin E dramatically reduce the lifespan of voles, biologists funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, Glasgow, have found, raising questions about the benefits of vitamins as a health supplement.A