New research from the University of South Australia suggests high-heat caramelisation of meat could be bad for our health.
We all know that good food and activity form the bedrock of a healthy mind and body. Amid our global health crisis, many around the world are starting to awaken to the idea that holistic health must be a lifestyle choice, rather than a cure when it’s too late. Tattva asks the question: Have we created a society where we are too apathetic to take personal responsibility, or are we too comfortable with our access to a public healthcare system that will catch us if we fall?
The well-known supermodel who is nicknamed “The Body”, Elle Macpherson, says she counts laughter and sunshine among her top tips for maintaining a healthy body and mind as she reveals that she founded her lifestyle brand as a birthday present to herself.
Walking with a purpose – especially walking to get to work, makes people walk faster and consider themselves to be healthier, a new study has found.
If adults spent no more than two hours watching television each day, they could minimise their exposure to the health risks associated with the sedentary activity of watching TV, according to a new UK study published this week.
While walking is good for cardiovascular health, a recent study has found additional benefits of the activity. According to a new study, taking frequent, short walks near water bodies, like beaches, lakes, rivers, or even fountains may have a positive effect on people's wellbeing and mood.
In a heart attack, a series of biochemical processes leave the heart damaged, much like a car after an accident. There is loss of tissue that needs to be rebuilt, proteins that get crushed, muscle damage, and interruptions to blood and oxygen flow to the heart.
Consumption of 100 per cent fruit juice during preschool years, can lead to healthier dietary patterns in later childhood without adversely impacting weight gain, a new study suggests.