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Researchers evaluate the trend of choosing a low gluten diet even without allergies An increasing number of people choose a low-gluten diet, even though they are not allergic to the dietary substance. This trend has sparked public debate about whether or...
Study in BMJ argues that this can change the way we look at and treat obesity A low carbohydrate diet can help weight loss not just because it adds up to lower calories but also because it can boost the...
Study finds babies that are large for gestational age and born to mothers with gestational diabetes are at higher obesity risk Large babies born to mothers who suffered from gestational diabetes are three times more likely than others to become...
New research suggests coffee may reduce risk of type 2 diabetes by up to 25% If you are a coffee addict, this should cheer you up. Drinking three to four cups of coffee a day could reduce diabetes risk by up...
Study by University of South Australia and University of Exeter finds strongest evidence yet on obesity depression link Obesity does cause depression. New research released today from the University of South Australia and University of Exeter in the UK has found...
A new book argues that cardiologists have overlooked 'Broken Heart Syndrome' and its effects on heart Heart break is painful and we all know that. But in some people this emotional distress can manifest in a medical condition called takotsubo...
Scientists devise pedal desks that improve insulin responses to a test meal, do not affect productivityDoes your job description tick the "sedentary" box? A change of work desk may be in order. A recent pilot study by kinesiologists at the...
Study examines how risk levels differ for men and women even for known heart attack risk factors Smoking, diabetes and high blood pressure are known risk factors for a heart attack; women however run a higher risk than men, a...
At international conference of sweeteners experts discuss safety of low calorie sweetenersThis could be one way of atoning for your Diwali excesses. Switch to low calorie sweeteners. Latest research on low calorie sweeteners' use, benefits and role in the diet...
New research from Oxford University shows that screen time has very little effect of on duration of sleep in children Screen-time has little impact on the quality of children's sleep, according to new Oxford University research. Screens are now a fixture...

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Low gluten diet makes gut healthy, leads to some weight loss

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ICFP 2018 comes to a close, Burkina Faso is the star...

A part of the 9 country Ouagadougou Partnership, it has the highest number of modern contraceptive users in the region The fifth International Conference on...