New research from the University of Queensland in Australia highlights the connection between inflammation and obesity.
They found that there is an abnormal amount of an inflammatory protein called PAR2 in the abdominal fat tissue of overweight and obese humans.
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You have seen too many people, adults and teenagers alike, glued to their TV or smart phone screens during meal times, as if they are too busy to spare a few minutes for a hearty meal with family or friends.
Let’s take a moment this Thanksgiving Day to embrace the traditional family dining rituals, Continue reading »
By Ma Guihua
The New York Times Magazine is giving Broccoli a much-needed Extreme Makeover, and here’s why.
We know the health benefits of nutrient-packed veggies. Broccoli is a rock star for us here at pilladvised.com.
But starting from some point, veggies have been replaced more and more Continue reading »
Let’s face it. Being seriously overweight not only risks your long-term health, it is linked to symptoms like migraine headaches right now, according research from Johns Hopkins.
The U.S. has the second highest obesity rate in the world, after Mexico. Continue reading »
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Like snacking but concerned about weight gain? Almonds could be a smart snack choice.
A new study found that eating 1.5 ounces of dry-roasted, lightly salted almonds every day reduced hunger, Continue reading »