Posts Tagged ‘diabetes risk’

Standing More, Sitting Less Can Help Prevent Heart Attacks

Sunday, August 28th, 2016
A recent study indicates that standing more rather than sitting may help reduce the risk of heart attacks and diabetes. Researchers from Arizona State University conducted a study that involved nine overweight adults. The researchers kept track of their blood sugar levels throughout their eight-hour work day. The participants eventually incorporated standing throughout the day, which led to a dramatic reduction in

A Different Take On Meat

Monday, June 28th, 2010
Most of the current diets today seem to try and avoid consuming as much meat as possible. One of the usual reasons is that many associate eating red meat with increased heart attack risk. But recent research has shown that this belief may not be entirely true when different types of meat are considered. According to a recent study conducted by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), eating pro