Chef IreneTreesa

IreneTreesa

Posts: 96 // Recipes: 16

I am not an expert cook. But trust me, whatever recipes I have shared are worth trying. My Cooking philosophy is 'Simple to make, Delicious to eat'.

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Soft Drink Raises Man’s Risk of Prostate Cancer

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A recent study by Swedish professors suggests that just one soft drink a day may increase the risk of developing more serious forms of the cancer such as prostate cancer by 40 per cent. [Read: Prostate Cancer Treatment Options] The researchers at the Lund Universityassessed health of more than 8,000 men aged... more

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Watermelon May Prevent Heart Diseases

By: IreneTreesa | 0 Comments | | Category: Food news, Health Benefits, Health Benefits Of Fruits, Health News, Weight Loss Tips | Tags : , , , ,

A watermelon slice everyday can shield you from heart diseases and weight gain, suggest the researchers from the Purdue University in US. Watermelon was found to be effective in preventing the build-up of harmful cholesterol. Moreover, the fruit helped control weight gain and resulted in fewer fatty deposits within blood vessels. In... more

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Four cups of coffee a day ‘protects against bowel cancer’

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‘Six cups of coffee a day could cut the risk of bowel cancer by 40 per cent’ the Daily Mail explains, while The Daily Telegraph points out that just ‘four cups a day’ leads to a 15% rate of reduction. The news follows a long-term study that tracked the behaviour... more

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Sugary Drinks may cause Stroke

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Or at least increase your risk of getting one. According to a recent study from Japan, women who drink soft drinks a lot are about 83% more likely to suffer from a certain type of stroke compared with those who seldom drink sodas or other beverages with added sugar. Although... more

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Is ice cream really ‘addictive like drugs’?

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“Ice cream ‘could be as addictive as cocaine’,” reported the Daily Mail. In a bid to scoop its rivals, the newspaper claimed that new research had whipped up “concerns that the dessert could be genuinely addictive”. It’s not clear who exactly had these chilling “concerns” over the possible addictive qualities... more

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Single Junk Meal Increases Risk of Heart Diseases

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A single junk food meal, which is mainly composed of saturated fat, has a capacity to damage your arteries. Experts at the Montreal Heart Institute, led by Indian-origin researcher, found that a single portion of greasy hamburger, chips, fat-laden crisps or chocolate may raise the risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack... more

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Vegetable Derivative can treat Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

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The researchers from the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University in collaboration with the Texas A and M University have discovered a cancer-fighting compound from a rich source found in vegetables, such as broccoli and brussel sprouts. Read more: onlymyhealth.com – Vegetable Derivative can treat Triple-Negative Breast Cancer more

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Red meat intake ‘linked to death risk’

By: IreneTreesa | 0 Comments | | Category: Food news, Health News, Unhealthy Eating, Unhealthy Food | Tags : , , ,

“Small quantities of processed meat such as bacon, sausages or salami can increase the likelihood of dying early by a fifth,” The Daily Telegraph reported today. The news is based on a large study that looked at the diets and health of over 120,000 people over periods of up to... more

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