Eating breakfast can boost activity levels says new study

Eating breakfast can boost activity levels says new study

A new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has found that eating breakfast could help obese people improve their health by prompting them to become more active.  The study, carried out by researchers at the University of Bath, UK, looked at a possible link between breakfast, body weight and health and builds on previous […]

15.02.2016 · Filled under: Food & Dining, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle ·
Breakfast-skipping teens should get back on track: study

Breakfast-skipping teens should get back on track: study

(Relaxnews) – Skipping breakfast could change how your body manages its glucose levels and could one day possibly contribute to the onset of type 2 diabetes, according to a new study from the University of Missouri. “These findings may indicate an increased inability among habitual breakfast skippers to metabolize a large quantity of protein,” says […]

26.02.2015 · Filled under: Food & Dining, Health & Fitness, Home & Garden ·
One daily gram of turmeric could keep spicy memories vivid

One daily gram of turmeric could keep spicy memories vivid

(Relaxnews) – Sprinkling just one gram of turmeric on your breakfast could improve memory for those at risk of cognitive impairment, according to a new study from the Monash Asia Institute at Monash University in Australia. Those in the early stages of diabetes, which is connected to dementia, could benefit in particular, according to study […]

21.11.2014 · Filled under: Health & Fitness ·
5 habits to adopt before, during and after skiing from ski champion Marion Rolland

5 habits to adopt before, during and after skiing from ski champion Marion Rolland

(Relaxnews) – A ski vacation is more than a ride on the chair lift and a tumble down the slope. Above all else, skiing is a physically demanding sport that requires preparation and recovery. Here are five good habits to take up during a winter sports vacation, from French World Cup ski racer Marion Rolland. […]

12.11.2014 · Filled under: Health & Fitness, Sports & Recreation ·
The meal of kings might be no golden egg for dieters, study says

The meal of kings might be no golden egg for dieters, study says

(Relaxnews) – Researchers at the University of Alabama say skipping breakfast does not hinder weight loss, despite popular belief — although it doesn’t help it either. The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, examined the impact of recommendations to either skip or eat breakfast in 309 moderately overweight adults between the ages of […]

07.06.2014 · Filled under: Food & Dining, Health & Fitness, Home & Garden ·
The Best Brunch Ever

The Best Brunch Ever

Delicious dishes your family will love (Family Features) Only one meal has the power to pull even the most tired souls from the comfort of their beds — a delicious, satisfying and beautiful brunch. With its prime positioning between breakfast and lunch, brunch has quite a following of hungry fans. Whether celebrating a special occasion […]

17.03.2014 · Filled under: Food & Dining, Free Recipes, Kitchenomics, Saint Patrick's Day ·
Taco Bell enters breakfast turf with waffle taco

Taco Bell enters breakfast turf with waffle taco

(Relaxnews) – Fast food joints Taco Bell and McDonald’s are hoping to snag more customers for the most important meal of the day — and the fastest growing industry segment — by offering up new breakfast items like a waffle taco and expanding their hours. Earlier this week, Taco Bell released details of its newest […]

26.02.2014 · Filled under: Destinations, Food & Dining, Home & Garden, Online, Videos ·
Fat Free Nutrient-Rich Milk Does a Breakfast Plate Good

Fat Free Nutrient-Rich Milk Does a Breakfast Plate Good

(Family Features) Today, 85 percent of Americans fall short of the USDA’s recommended three daily servings of fat free or lowfat milk.1 Incorporating milk into your morning meal is an easy way to help close the gap between actual and recommended milk intake. The USDA’s MyPlate is a visual tool to help build a nutritious […]

29.01.2014 · Filled under: Food & Dining, Free Recipes, Health & Fitness, Home & Garden ·
Men who skip breakfast face heart attack risk: study

Men who skip breakfast face heart attack risk: study

(WASHINGTON-AFP) – Men who skip breakfast may face a higher risk of heart attack or deadly heart disease, according to US research published on Monday. A study of nearly 27,000 men found that those who failed to eat in the morning had a 27 percent higher risk of heart attack or death from coronary heart […]

23.07.2013 · Filled under: Health & Fitness ·
STUDENT’S HEALTHY BREAKFAST RECIPE TO BE FEATURED IN LAUSD’S 2013-2014 MENU

STUDENT’S HEALTHY BREAKFAST RECIPE TO BE FEATURED IN LAUSD’S 2013-2014 MENU

The Recipe Selected Among 200 Entries from LAUSD Students LOS ANGELES — Panorama High School 9th Grader Guadalupe Gonzales will be eating breakfast more often at the school cafeteria come this fall.  That’s because her healthy recipe for Breakfast Fruit Puff, which is a whole grain puff that is filled with seasonal fruit, won Los Angeles […]

02.05.2013 · Filled under: Food & Dining, Happenings ·
Breakfast refuels a kid’s brain: study

Breakfast refuels a kid’s brain: study

(Relaxnews) – A new study finds that children who eat breakfast every day scored significantly higher on a range of IQ tests, suggesting that the first meal of the day “refuels” a child’s brain, scientists say. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing examined data on 1,269 six-year-old children in China who performed […]

06.02.2013 · Filled under: Health & Fitness ·
Add dessert to breakfast and lose weight: study

Add dessert to breakfast and lose weight: study

(Relaxnews) – A new study suggests that the best way to lose weight is to start the day off with a balanced breakfast and then have your cake and eat it too — literally. It may sound counterintuitive, but according to the results of a study out of Tel Aviv, adding a dessert to a […]

09.02.2012 · Filled under: Kitchenomics ·