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Archive for 2015

Why everything we like most gets fat?

7 Years ago
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It's funny to see how sugar pleases the baby almost from birth and how he starts sucking more enthusiastically if we sweeten his bottle a little bit. Instead, when we offer you a bitter taste, the grimace of contempt...

What are the gummies made of?

7 Years ago
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They have an irresistible aesthetic, they smell like sweet and they taste even better, but what are we ingesting?

Why aren't we attracted to blue food?

7 Years ago
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Consumers prefer red, orange and yellow foods and beverages, and reject synthetic colors that are not naturally found on the market. This is apparent from a survey conducted by the Nielsen group among 5,000 subjects...

Four false myths about sport and exercise

7 Years ago
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Does muscle become fat if you stop exercising? False. Brian Udermann, currently a researcher in the Department of Sports Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (USA), has concluded that one of the most...

Sugar is not to blame for the overweight

7 Years ago
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As previous research has shown, consulting the nutritional information labels of the products when making the purchase prevents overweight. However, you also cannot obsess over the recommended daily caloric intake...

Eating ice cream doesn't help overcome a breakup

7 Years ago
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When we feel sad or depressed, for example, after a breakup with our partner, we usually resort to chocolate or, in general, sweets and treats to help us feel better.

Do sugar and treats make us hyperactive?

7 Years ago
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Giving sugar to children does not make them hyperactive. In a study published not long ago in the British Medical Journal, Rachel Vreeman and Aaron Carroll of the Indiana School of Medicine (USA).

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