Livers: What should be a recommended diet, workout and lifestyle for a patient suffering from Hepatitis/Jaundice and while recovering from the disease?

jHepatitis / Jaundice. I perceive that you are talking about hepatitis that causes jaundice? Right? Well of so my opinion is as under:

It is not only hepatitis that causes jaundice. Jaundice is a word derived from word yellow which mean that your skin and eyes appear yellowish.

Epigenetic Clock – Leading your life

Why do some people lead a perfectly healthy lifestyle yet still die young? A new international study suggests that the answer lies in our DNA. The findings are published in the journal Aging.

Source: Epigenetic Clock | HMS

6 ways to build a better taco with less sodium (and big flavor)

SodiumMemeTacosUPD-FIINAL-700x451Even though Cinco de Mayo has passed, many of us may still be celebrating with delicious south-of-the-border dishes, including tacos.

Expert backs three spices in diet to keep cancer away

Spices can spike cancer. Turmeric can prevent the deadly disease. So can coriander and cinnamon.
Dr Bharat B Aggarwal, founder director of the Anti-inflammation Research Institute, San Diego, USA, has a scientific explanation. According to him, curcumin – the active ingredient in turmeric – is effective against cancer. Times of India

Breads and rolls, cold cuts and cured meats, pizza, poultry, soup and sandwiches

Roastpotatoesmain_2428476bSodium & High Blood Pressure THE RESULT OF EATING TOO MUCH SALT CAN BE MEASURED

Cooking with vegetable oils releases toxic cancer-causing chemicals, say experts

oilsCooking with vegetable oils releases toxic chemicals linked to cancer and other diseases, according to leading scientists, who are now recommending food be fried in olive oil, coconut oil, butter or even lard. Scientists warn against the dangers of frying food in sunflower oil and corn oil over claims they release toxic chemicals linked to cancer.

Original article (UK) 

Harvard Study-Home Cooking May Help Keep Type 2 Diabetes at Bay- finds it was linked to fewer sugar-sweetened beverages, lower weight

home cookingNothing beats the taste and comfort of a home-cooked meal, and Harvard researchers say it also may help prevent type 2 diabetes.The researchers found that for each lunch prepared at home in a week, the risk of type 2 diabetes dropped by 2 percent. For each dinner prepared at home, the risk decreased by 4 percent.

By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter

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