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Fast eaters 11.6% more likely to develop metabolic syndrome - Cardiovascular Business



Cardiovascular Business
 
Fast eaters 11.6% more likely to develop metabolic syndrome 
Cardiovascular Business
'Tis the season for sampling pumpkin pies and gorging on turkey leftovers, but diners might want to slow down this holiday season if they want to stay healthy, Japanese researchers reported at this year's American Heart Association Scientific Sessions ...
Eating too quickly linked to obesity and increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke The Independent
Surprise surprise, eating too fast makes you fatter Metro
Speed eating can lead to obesity and heart disease, research reveals New York Daily News
Bel Marra Health  -New York Post  -Economic Times 
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Visceral-to-subcutaneous fat ratio as a predictor of the multiple metabolic risk factors for subjects with normal ... - Dove Medical Press



Visceral-to-subcutaneous fat ratio as a predictor of the multiple metabolic risk factors for subjects with normal ... 
Dove Medical Press
... has diagnostic value to identify multiple metabolic risk factors in subjects with normal WC, compared with visceral fat area (VFA) and subcutaneous fat area (SFA). Methods: This is a cross-sectional study in which we have compared mean VFA, SFA ...

 


Eating Too Quickly May Be Bad for Your Health - TIME



TIME
 
Eating Too Quickly May Be Bad for Your Health 
TIME
Preliminary research presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions in California suggests that people who eat slowly are less likely than speed-eaters to become obese or to develop metabolic syndrome, which encompasses a litany of ...
Eating too fast may lead to weight gain, heart disease Medical News Today
Eating too fast makes you gain more weight ? and it gets worse 9Coach (blog)
Disease Prevention: Diabetes and Heart Problems Can Be Avoided if You Eat Slower Newsweek
Live Science  -Telegraph.co.uk  -EurekAlert (press release) 
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Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption Linked to Increased Risk of Metabolic Syndrome, Type 2 Diabetes - Sci-News.com



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Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption Linked to Increased Risk of Metabolic Syndrome, Type 2 Diabetes 
Sci-News.com
Furthermore, obesity, the metabolic syndrome, and type 2 diabetes are all risk factors for the onset of cardiometabolic diseases. Beside such risk factors, sugar-sweetened beverage intake can also drive the onset of cardiovascular diseases by promoting ...

 


Machine Learning Helps Detect 3 Molecules Indicative of Metabolic ... - hcanews.com



Machine Learning Helps Detect 3 Molecules Indicative of Metabolic ... 
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Machine learning and cell-scanning omics technology have led researchers in Australia to a finding that could strengthen the recognition of metabolic syndrome and precision medicine. Their hope stems from 3 molecules that collectively signal insulin ...

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Eating too fast could mess with your metabolism, study - Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
 
Eating too fast could mess with your metabolism, study 
Los Angeles Times
A preliminary study in Japan has discovered that eating quickly could be correlated with metabolic syndrome. The study, published in the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2017 evaluated the eating habits of 1,083 participants. In 2008 ...
People who eat slower less likely to become obese: research Deccan Chronicle
Eating Too Fast Can Lead to Several Health Problems, Study Shows ScienceAlert
Eating too fast could be making you fat, study says KIRO Seattle
Capitalberg 
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Gobbling Food May Boost Metabolic Risk - Medscape - Medscape



Medscape
 
Gobbling Food May Boost Metabolic Risk - Medscape 
Medscape
A Japanese study has linked fast eating to an increased risk of metabolic syndrome, suggesting this may be a new lifestyle factor to consider in obesity prevention.
Slow down at Thanksgiving ? and every meal ? gobbling can hurt ... New Bern Sun Journal

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Why Eating Slowly This Thanksgiving Will Improve Your Long-Term Health - Forbes



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Why Eating Slowly This Thanksgiving Will Improve Your Long-Term Health 
Forbes
Metabolic syndrome, which currently affects roughly 23% of adults living in the U.S., includes a constellation of risk factors including high blood pressure, insulin resistance (with elevated fasting blood sugar), low HDL cholesterol, along with an ...

 


Metabolic syndrome (life-style disorder): An ayurvedic perspective - Nagaland Post



Metabolic syndrome (life-style disorder): An ayurvedic perspective 
Nagaland Post
Ayurvedic Approach to the Management Of Metabolic Syndrome:- Samshodhana (Eleminative therapy) and Samshamana (Palliative therapy) therapy are the important therapeutic measures described in Ayurveda for the management of various diseases. In which ...

 


No, Newsweek, Obesity Isn't Caused by a Single Gene - American Council on Science and Health



American Council on Science and Health
 
No, Newsweek, Obesity Isn't Caused by a Single Gene 
American Council on Science and Health
Consider the definition of metabolic syndrome (MS), which is not a disease, but a cluster of symptoms or findings. Metabolic syndrome is important to physicians because it is a risk factor associated with cardiovascular disease. Humans with metabolic ...