Morning exercise may burn more calories

Study finds: Exercise can shift human body clock depending on time when people work out

That’s according to new research in published in The Journal of Physiology. These findings suggest exercise could counter the effects of jet lag, shift work, and other disruptions to the body’s internal clock (e.g. military deployments) helping individuals adjust to shifted schedules. The circadian ‘body’ clock is the 24 hour cycle that regulates many physiological […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
foods good for health

Key nutrient ‘choline’ in mother’s diet might help fight Alzheimer’s in offspring  

Recent research suggests that a maternal diet that is high in an essential nutrient can reduce the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on future generations. In the study, scientists bred mice that were genetically predisposed to develop hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease from females whose diet contained added choline. The descendants of these females developed fewer disease-associated […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :
: Humans are causing cancer in animals through plastic waste, reveals study

Humans are causing cancer in animals through plastic waste, reveals study

Animals are developing cancer due to significant changes in the environment caused by humans, scientists claim. Pollution in oceans, radiation from power plants and pesticides from farms may be causing wild animals to develop tumours, according to experts from Arizona State University. Light pollution and animals eating human food from rubbish may also be driving […]

Continue Reading
Posted On :