Snacking, Coffee and Cancer and Dangerous BPA Levels...

Esher, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 09, 2012 -- "If you're a snacker and you've resolved to lose weight, there's some new research that you might want to know about." Says Kirsten Whittaker, editor of the DHB. "A study finds that snacking at a particular time of day was linked to losing less weight than snacking at other times of the day."

The findings don't suggest not to snack when trying to lose weight, but rather that the timing of those snacks may play a role in how many pounds you end up losing.

More good news about this popular drink. A new study finds that women who drank 4 of more cups of caffeinated coffee a day had a 30% lower risk of endometrial cancer... yet experts warn that lifestyle factors are sure to play a part too.

If you're a decaf drinker, drinking two or more cups of decaf coffee each day appears to reduce your cancer risk by 22%. Like other work, this research suggests that women who drink either regular or decaf coffee have a lower risk for endometrial cancer .

No doubt you've heard of the controversial chemical bisphenol A (BPA), which is used in the manufacturing of large numbers of metal food and drink cans, among many other things, and has gotten lots of press over the years. Now a new study finds that taking in a 12 ounce serving of canned soup each day for five days in a row brings a more than 1,000% increase of BPA in urine samples.

Red meat lovers, who like their meat well done, beware. A compelling new study finds men have a higher risk of aggressive prostate cancer if they eat a lot of ground beef and other red meat, especially if its grilled or well done. This finding adds to a growing body of evidence that grilled meat might also contain carcinogens alongside all that robust flavor.

Surprising findings. According to a new U.S. study, overweight people eat less often than those in the normal weight range, but do manage to take in more calories per meal and are less active during the day. Normal weight people, including those who've lost a great deal of weight and successfully kept it off, eat more often.

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Press Release Submitted On: March 09, 2012 at 8:04 am
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