Thursday, April 2, 2020

Junk Foods Could Negate the Positive Aspects of a Vegan Diet

A new study has found that vegans who follow strict plant-based diets should not eat junk or unhealthful foods because doing so could reverse the benefits of a vegan diet. It could also increase the risk of heart disease. Vegans should follow healthful plant-based diets to reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease.

Foods That Improve Your Immunity amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, fitness experts and nutritionists are recommending people to strengthen their immunity to fight off illnesses. They recommend eating foods rich in antioxidants, probiotics, fibers, and essential nutrients. Also, they advise eating anti-inflammatory foods.

Jameson Supported Bartenders by Donating $500,000 during Coronavirus Crisis

Last week, Jameson Irish Whiskey announced a donation of $500,000 to support local bartenders, saying that they want to keep the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day alive during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The Irish whiskey brand took to Twitter to announced their support.

Martha Stewart Reveals Why She Has Embraced Plant-Based Diet

Martha Stewart has recently revealed why she has embraced a plant-based diet. She did so to combat the environmental impact of farmed meat. The founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia teamed up Beyond Meat to launch Beyond Breakfast Sausage, a plant-based diet.

Registered Dietician Reveals 7 Warning Signals of Nutrition Scams

Registered Dietician Abby Lager has published an article in Men’s Health in which she has mentioned seven warning signals of nutrition scams that claim to cure your medical conditions with supplements. She explained that most supplements are fake and they do not work.

Dairy Milk Consumption Linked To Breast Cancer Risk, Finds Study

A new study has found that consuming dairy milk could increase the risk of breast cancer in women. Researchers explained that the association between dairy milk and breast cancer risk could be due to sex hormones in dairy milk, which may cause the disease. However, they said further research is needed to confirm the association.

Parents with Food-Allergic Children Should Identify Their Own Anxiety, Finds Study

A new study has found that parents of children with a food allergy should recognize their own anxieties. The study noted that thoughtful and balanced communication with children could go a long way in helping them cope with fears associated with food allergies.