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Type 2 diabetes: The best drink to have at breakfast to lower blood sugar all day

The high-protein treatment also reduced appetite after the second meal compared with the low-protein equivalent.

Losing hair? Here's why it could be happening

While it is advisable to get it checked by a professional, here are some things that could be happening with your body — ones that are well within your control.

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Natural protein or protein shakes — which should you pick?

It’s not only good to increase lean muscle mass and reduce body fat while maintaining muscle tissue, but it will also optimise anabolic hormone levels, increase metabolism relative to other nutrients and improve cardiovascular risk profiles.

Protein that reduces spreading of cancer, binds cancer cells developed

Researchers have discovered a new protein that could reduce the spread of cancer by binding the cancer cells together.

Detecting Alzheimer's through routine blood test: A possibility in the future

A protein has been found which can be used as a biomarker in routine, non-invasive blood tests for detecting Alzheimer's disease.

Protein-rich breakfast help control sugar in diabetics

Individuals with Type-2 diabetes generally have difficulty regulating their glucose, or blood sugar, levels, particularly after meals.

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Memories of Meals Past: For the Dalits in Maharashtra, the ban snaps their link to cheap protein

For the Dalits in Maharashtra, the ban snaps their link to cheap protein, as well as an entire culinary tradition .

Pork can be India's cheap protein fix: Scientist

Eating pork could be a cheap protein fix for Indians and cultivation of rapidly multiplying pigs will boost income for rural farmers.

Sleep protein protects from cancer

A new protein responsible for regulating the body's sleep cycle, or circadian rhythm, also protects the body from developing sporadic forms of cancers.

Eat to your heart's content and do not get fat!

Blocking a gene may keep you from getting fat even if you consume high-calorie food.

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