A recent University of Michigan Health System study highlights the dangers of a high fat diet. High-fat foods can contribute to obesity, which increases the risk for developing type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Free fatty acids from foods are stored in body fat and are also linked to the onset and progression of inflammation Read MoreAre Caffeinated Beverages in Need of a Warning Label?
A seven year study published in the Medical Journal of Australia disclosed the rise in calls to the NSW Poison Control Center regarding adverse reactions to energy drinks. Over this period, the frequency of calls increased fivefold and is attributed to the more common exposure of caffeinated beverages and energy drinks, especially to teenagers. Majority Read More