Esher, Surrey United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 12, 2011 -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
"Cut salt, fat and sugar; eat a more plant-based diet... that's the take home message of the federal government''s 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans." Reports Kirsten Whittaker, editor of the DHB.
These new guidelines have been designed to help us all stay healthy and also reduce the risk of chronic diseases and obesity. Two areas of concern that the Daily Health Bulletin report on regularly.
According to the UN health agency data, some 460,000 women died from breast cancer and about 610,000 patients died of colorectal cancers in 2008. Deaths from all forms of cancer are projected to go up - to perhaps as high as 11 million by the year 2030. So this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) is paying special attention to how these two very dangerous cancers can be reduced through a simple change in lifestyle. If you're interested in learning more the DHB keeps you up to date with a roundup of the latest health news.
According to a new study a woman can cut her risk of developing type 2 diabetes in half if she drinks coffee each day. It seems that coffee, besides being a great way to start the day, also raises the amount of a compound that has been shown to lower the risk of type 2 diabetes in a variety of clinical research. The DHB provides the answer to the obvious question - how much coffee a day?
Millions of us take a multivitamin each day in hopes of giving our bodies the nutrients they need to stay healthy. Most of us don't eat enough of the right foods to get our essential nutrients the natural way, which is why most experts agree that a daily multivitamin is a good idea for nearly everyone though they are hardly a substitute for eating a healthy diet.
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