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The Philosophy of Chicken Soup for the Lonely Soul – Why Comfort Food Works?

My strongest memories of comfort from my childhood and adolescence are associated with my grandmother and her kitchen. Article By Jason G. Goldman   My grandmother was born in Sobrance, in what was then called Czechoslovakia on November 5, 1930. She grew … Continue reading

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Does eating a Sweet Food makes you a Sweeter Person?

Can your personality impact the foods you love to eat? Or what snacks change people’s perceptions of you? By Jennipher Walters According to a new study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, researchers looked at whether or not … Continue reading

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Healthy Habits Can Add 15 Years to Your Life

Written by Catharine Paddock, PhD Women with a healthy lifestyle such as a Mediterranean diet, regular exercise, not smoking, and maintaining a healthy weight, are more likely to live 15 years longer than their less healthy counterparts, while for men, … Continue reading

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Healthy, tasty student food doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming

Double chocolate cake, fried chicken in a bucket, large cheesy pizza — with all this up for grabs, why would anyone eat green vegetables? As a first year university student, I can definitely relate to the temptation of choosing ready … Continue reading

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Reduce your blood cholesterol during National Cholesterol Week

Have you had your cholesterol checked recently? Now is the time. Cholesterol is the biggest single risk factor for heart disease, and cholesterol testing is a good way to highlight that risk. This week in the United Kingdom has been … Continue reading

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Reduce your blood cholesterol during National Cholesterol Week

Have you had your cholesterol checked recently? Now is the time. Cholesterol is the biggest single risk factor for heart disease, and cholesterol testing is a good way to highlight that risk. This week in the United Kingdom has been … Continue reading

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One year on, the Ismaili Nutrition Centre looks ambitiously towards the future

The Ismaili Nutrition Centre was officially launched last summer in London by Geoff Dessent, Deputy Director of Health and Wellbeing in Health Improvement and Protection at the United Kingdom Department of Health. Since its debut, the site has grown in … Continue reading

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