Harvard researchers found that people who eat the most potatoes-one serving 3 or 4 days a week-have a 14% greater risk of diabetes than those who eat the fewest. The solution? Try the twice-baked version: topping potatoes with cheddar cheese slows the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream.
Green tea protects your memory, according to new Japanese study. Scientists found that people who drank 1 cup of green tea daily were up to 37% less likely to suffer age-related cognitive decline than those who consumed less.
Chocolate may be even more powerful than previously thought, a new study reports. Scientists followed nearly 500 men for 15 years; they found that those who ate the most cocoa daily had a 50% lower risk of dying of a heart disease than those who ate the least.
The Top 10 "Most Healthy" Fruits:
8- Black Plums
According to Swedish researches found that men who ate fish for lunch consumed 11% fewer calories at dinner than those who ate beef for lunch. "So eating fish may help you feel longer and may reduce appetite at your next meal", says Stephan Rossner Ph.D.
The punishment of eating McDonald's Deluxe Breakfast (1220 calories) is 47 laps in a high-school football field to burn those calories.
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