Eating fruits is good for you, but new research suggests that some fruits may be better than others, and that fruit juice is not a good substitute. Recent studies have found that eating a greater variety, but not a greater quantity, of fruit significantly reduces the risk for Type 2 diabetes. This made researchers wonder whether some fruits might have a stronger effect than others. Using data from three large health studies, they tracked diet and disease prospectively.Read more
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For many years experts thought apple-shaped bodies worries' were greater. The thinking was, fat stored in the stomach = a higher risk for heart disease and diabetes. It was believed pear-shaped people storing their fat in the buttocks, hips and thighs were protected from those problems. A recent study though, shows what was previously believed about "pear shapes" may be wrong.Read more
Experts found, through this study, that both groups had an increased risk of metabolic syndrome. This is a group of risk factors: high blood pressure,.