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Want to lower obesity risk? Eat grapes

Unique and diverse composition of antioxidants called polyphenols present in grapes can help reduce the percentage of body fat, subcutaneous and visceral fat deposits.

Read more: health, Obesity
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More women opt for silicon balloon implants to lose weight: Doctors

Experts have said that silicon balloon implants in the stomach are becoming popular among young women.

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Believe it or not, even daily-use products can make you fat

Exposure to chemicals found in everyday products may pose various health hazards, reveals new research.

Read more: fat, Obesity

Here’s how obese individuals can sustain weight loss

If an overweight person is able to maintain an initial weight loss — atleast for a year — the body would eventually accept this new weight and thus not fight against it.

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Meditation can help teens fight obesity

If you can make a practice of keeping the awareness with you at every meal, this could benefit you throughout your life.

Read more: meditation, Obesity
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Education may not cut obese women’s risk of depression

Previous research has shown an association of depression and obesity with low education, but this shows that it also exists with women who have higher education.

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Have a weak gut? It may trigger Type 2 diabetes, obesity

A weak gut can change the richness of the human gut microbiota and the community of microorganisms living in the gut.

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Obese women using oral contraceptives at higher stroke risk

Use of oral contraceptives has been associated with increased risk of arterial ischemic stroke in obese women.

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Guess what, having a younger sibling lowers obesity risk

Birth of a younger sibling makes a child engage in more ‘active play’, helping in maintaining a healthy BMI.

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Obese? Eat peanuts to lose it

Peanuts are nutrient-dense snacks that promote a feeling of being full, thereby helping in regulating weight.

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Your obesity is making you more forgetful, says study

A high Body Mass Index (BMI) is likely to affect episodic memory — the ability to recall past events.

Read more: memory, Obesity
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Couple’s eating habits can up chances of obesity regardless of genetics

According to researchers, choices made by couples in middle age — including those linked to diet and exercise — have a much greater impact on them than the lifestyle each shared during their childhood.

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Everyday mindfulness may help keep glucose levels healthy

Scientists have found that mindful people tend to maintain healthier levels of blood glucose, making it a potential determinant of diabetes risk.

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Exposure to air pollution may increase obesity, diabetes risk

According to a study, air pollution exposure results in metabolic dysfunction, a precursor to obesity.

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Subtle influences behind our food choices revealed

Growing up poor promotes eating in the absence of hunger in adulthood, while the label ‘healthy’ actually turns people off from consuming healthy food.