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Cheese, butter good for your heart, in fact it can help you lose weight fast
Now there’s research being done to understand the impact of fats on our body and what’s good and what’s not. According to a recent study, whole dairy products such as full fat milk, cheese, butter may not increase risk of early death from heart disease or stroke. Good fats can also help you lose weight.
Sugar-craving gene helps lower body fat
A common version of a gene that makes you eat more sugar also plays a role in reducing body fat, surprised researchers report.
Researchers find way to convert bad body fat into good fat
There's good fat and bad fat in our bodies. The good fat helps burn calories, while the bad fat hoards calories, contributing to weight gain and obesity.
Eat fat, live longer?
As more people live into their 80s and 90s, researchers have delved into the issues of health and quality of life during aging.
Fat but fit is a big fat myth
The idea that people can be fat but medically fit is a myth, said experts speaking in Portugal.
Rice will not make you fat if you use this trick
Not only in India, white rice is a popular grain across the globe, for the simple reason that it can easily be paired with a lot of different foods — be it the humble curry, a piece of grilled fish or even roasted beans.
Vegetable fat no better for heart
Replacing animal fat in the human diet with vegetable oil seems not to lower heart disease risk, and might even boost it, according to a study published Wednesday that challenges a cornerstone of dietary advice.
Eating fat does not make you obese
Mark Hyman, MD, is a functional medicine doctor and best-selling author of 12 books. He is also the director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, the Pritzker Foundation Chair in Functional Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic, the chairman of the Institute for Functional Medicine, and the founder of the UltraWellness Center. Below is an excerpt from his latest book, EAT FAT, GET THIN:
Low-fat diet more effective in fat loss
A study from the US National Institutes of Health presents some of the most precise human data yet on whether cutting carbs or fat has the most benefits for losing body fat. The researchers show how, contrary to popular claims, restricting dietary fat can lead to greater body fat loss than carb restriction, even though a low-carb diet reduces insulin and increases fat burning.
Low-fat diet more effective in fat loss
A study from the US National Institutes of Health presents some of the most precise human data yet on whether cutting carbs or fat has the most benefits for losing body fat. The researchers show how, contrary to popular claims, restricting dietary fat can lead to greater body fat loss than carb restriction, even though a low-carb diet reduces insulin and increases fat burning.
Fat, sugar cause bacterial changes
A study at Oregon State University indicates that both high-fat and high-sugar diets, compared to a normal diet, cause changes in gut bacteria that appear related to a significant loss of cognitive flexibility, or the power to adapt and adjust to changing situations.
Drug turns white fat into brown-like fat
An experimental drug causes loss of weight and fat in mice, a new study found. Known as GC-1, the drug reportedly speeds up metabolism, or burning off, of fat cells.
Weight training reduces belly fat
Just 20 minutes of weight training can reduce abdominal fat that a lot of men tend to gain as they age, a research suggested.
Where does fat go when you lose weight?
Despite a worldwide obsession with diets and fitness regimes, many health professionals cannot correctly answer the question of where body fat goes when people lose weight, a UNSW Australia study shows.
Male, female brains respond differently to fat
Researchers have found that male and female brains respond in remarkably different ways to high-fat meals.

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