Obesity

Full Service Restaurants Are No Healthier Than Fast Food There is a common belief that eating out a ‘posh’ restaurant is healthier than grabbing a fast food meal. However, a recent study has suggested that people are actually more likely to consume a larger number of calories when dining out at a traditional restaurant as [...]

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Childhood obesity is a very real issue for kids globally. There are many contributing factor to why kids have weight issues. Factors that relate to genetics, a sedentary lifestyle, and the foods they eat are some of the biggest contributing factors to childhood obesity. According to a recent study done by Michigan State University researchers, [...]

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It is an obvious thing to say, but the human brain is a very complicated organ, and the science behind the workings of the brain, neuroscience, is something that is being used by the fast food industry. In this article, we will take a closer look at some of the science behind fast food addiction [...]

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As January draws to close, most of us have finally gotten back into some sort of normality! The holiday excesses of food and drink are behind us and it’s time to start dealing with the extra pounds that seem to have crept on! It’s easier said than done though, isn’t it? When dieting means ditching [...]

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In recent years, a growing number of health experts and parents alike have jumped on the bandwagon and started to blame the growing childhood obesity problem on fast food. However, some recent research from the University of North Carolina suggests that fast food is not the main problem, but rather it is a by-product of [...]

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As obesity levels across the world keep rising, it is estimated that millions more people will fall under the classification of being obese by 2050. A recent survey has stated that fast food is one of the biggest causes of increased levels of obesity, and that some of the largest fast food providers are in [...]

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