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Cindy Harper

Cindy Harper
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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.

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A trending new sweetener called date paste is high in fiber content, which can promote a healthy gut. Unlike date paste, honey and maple syrup do not have fiber content but are still considered by many people. Some experts recommend using date paste, while some do not. It is better to check with your dietician whether you can include date paste in your diet.
According to a new study conducted on mice, resveratrol, a compound found in red wine, reduced the blood pressure significantly. The mice were given large quantities to resveratrol. The study authors explained that resveratrol helped in relaxing the blood vessels, decreasing blood pressure in mice. However, it is not yet proven to benefits for hypertension in humans.
A new study published Wednesday in JNCI Cancer Spectrum has found that poor-diet is the chief cause behind thousands of cancer. Researchers found that cancer risk increased among people who had a low intake of vegetables, fruits, whole grain, and dairy products and a high intake of processed/red meats and sugary beverages.
Many people follow the popular keto diet to lose weight. The diet includes eating protein and fat, and limiting carbs. So, most people have a doubt that whether tomatoes are keto-friendly. A registered dietician Scott Keatley has explained that tomatoes are considered keto-friendly because they are low in carbs and sugars.
According to the Royal Academy of Medicine in Belgium, doctors say that a vegan diet is not a healthy option for kids, teens, and pregnant women. They say a vegan diet is devoid of eggs, dairy products, meat, and other animal-protein sources, which could lead to deficiency and stunted development. However, American and British associations do not agree with Belgian doctors.

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