Monday, January 27, 2020

Cindy Harper

Cindy Harper
News Writer With the educational background in English and Creative Writing, Cindy is extremely curious about mental health, fitness, nutrition, and wellness. She is an avid writer and passionate about medical research. She delivers high-quality, reliable, relevant information to readers. Before joining My Healthy Click, she worked as a freelance medical content writer for several websites. Through her education in the life sciences, Cindy learned top-notch research skills along with the ability to connect with the reader.


A new study conducted by the researchers from the Yale School of Medicine has found that the positive health benefits of the keto diet can be experienced for a limited period of time, while the negative effects can be seen after following the diet for about a week, which could increase obesity and diabetes risk.
Intermittent fasting, or 16:8 diet plan, is trending across the world for good reasons. The intermittent fasting diet plan involves fasting for 16 hours and eating in the remaining 8 hours of the day. Celebrities, like Chris Pratt, Jennifer Aniston, Kortney Kardashian, and more, have found success following intermittent fasting.
A study conducted by New Zeeland researchers has suggested that intermittent fasting could help diabetics to lose weight and keep their HbA1c levels under control. However, three endocrinologists from the United States said otherwise and explained there are much better ways after reviewing the study findings.
A recent study has found that excessive intake of protein, exceeding the recommended daily allowance, could increase your risk of dying from cancer. However, the study did not seem to elicit the risk of cancer associated with fats and carbs. An average adult can consume 0.8 grams of protein for every 2 pounds of body weight.
A new report has found that more than half of Los Angeles (LA) county jail inmates who are suffering from mental health issues and are homeless would benefit from mental health treatment at community-based centers rather than in prison. This could help jail inmates from recidivism.

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