Rather than taking responsibility for our own choices it seems that people are in denial as this is easier than admitting that the things we do and how we live could possibly contribute to why we develop illness and disease.
Want a longer life? Then exercise 15 minutes a day and watch less TV.
Heavy smokers experience sadness after quitting. A study suggests this may be because early withdrawal leads to an increase in the mood-related brain protein monoamine oxidase A (MAO-A).
Nutritionists in China found when both lean and obese young men chewed more at a meal, they ingested fewer calories and had more favourable levels of gut hormones in their blood, lending credence to the saying “Eat less, chew more”.
Australian Medical Association admits that the medical’s student’s health is worse than the average population!