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15:52

Opinion

The Brexit diet

ANDREW J. LINN

The Spanish are no different from other Europeans, so it gives them a shot of Schadenfreude when they hear about Britain's difficulties extracting itself from the European Union. WINE OF THE WEEK Paixar 06 Mencia As they say here, this is a 'v

13:43

LifeStyle

Five diets with the backing of science

ELENA MARTÍN LÓPEZ

Dieting never goes out of fashion. What does fluctuate however, is the popularity of certain diets. In 2018, many varieties went viral, often because they were promoted by famous people or influencers on social media. The Royalty style of diet ... followed by Megan Markle; the intermittent fasting followed by Hugh Jackman; the 800-calorie diet favoured by Jennifer Aniston; or the vegan diet which Brad Pitt follows, are just some of them. The question is, are they all healthy and do experts recommend ... American publication 'US News & World Report'. The EMIO ranking was so successful that since then this guide to the best and worst diets according to scientific evidence is now published annually. "The fact that one type of diet becomes popular doesn't

13:51

LifeStyle

Locally born medic warns about what we eat

ESTER REQUENA

...associate professor at the university where Bill Gates, John F. Kennedy and Mark Zuckerberg studied, but his research into the Mediterranean diet has been studied in the Oval Office in the White House and was also used in government initiatives while Barack ... at the Biomedical Research Centre of the Obesity and Nutrition Network of Spain. Research. His biggest study is the SUN (Seguimiento Universidad Navarra) which has more than 23,000 volunteers who, for more than a decade, have reported on their diet ... and health every two years. He was also responsible for Predimed, the biggest study into the Mediterranean diet, and he is now involved in Predimed Plus, among others. Awards. Best researcher on Nutrition from the Spanish Nutrition and Food Sciences

11:14

LifeStyle

A diet for the Earth

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...exploit its resources to feed ourselves. The solutions for these problems are connected, say scientists, and they are now talking about a 'planetary health diet'. THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF SUSTAINABLE FOOD 1 Foods which are not healthyor sustainable are a ... the one achieved about climate change in Paris. 4 The healthy diet should be based on a variety of vegetable-based foods, low amounts of meat, unsaturated fat instead of saturated and small quantities of refined foods. 5 The changes differ in each ... produces and eats better than others. Celsa Peiteado WWF "Spain could be a model of a healthy diet and extensive production"Fernando Valladares CSIC "It's harder for humans to change their diet than their religion"In the rest of the world 20 per

15:23

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Experts call for obesity to be classified as a chronic illness

Ángel Escalera

...hungry and, at the same time, produces a persistent feeling of being full, which helps people to stick to a long-term diet. The obstacle to public health funding is the cost of this treatment (about 300 euros per patient per month), but Dr Tinahones ... can be achieved more quickly with medication than by diet alone. Dr Tinahones explains that 20 per cent of obese people are metabolically healthy, but the other 80 per cent have illnesses which affect their quality of life and are dangerous for ... their health. Being overweight is a warning. Once this occurs, and people put more weight on, they need to change their lifestyle, eat healthily (the Mediterranean diet is highly recommended) and take regular exercise. In some cases people don't care

14:50

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Forty per cent of children in Malaga province weigh more than they should

Ángel Escalera

...problems with the locomotor apparatus in adulthood, among other illnesses. Two main factors lie behind the increase in overweight and obese children. One is poor diet, with too much fast food or junk food, and the other is the lack of physical exercise. ... Doctors recommend following the Mediterranean diet, which is rich in vegetables, pulses, nuts, olive oil, oily fish, fruits and cereals, and being active. Dr López Siguero says children eat very quickly and sometimes don't eat with their family. When

10:57

LifeStyle

The error of eating five times a day

DANIEL ROLDÁN

'The Longevity Diet'. The profits from the book are being donated to the Create Cares Foundation. KEY POINTS People should eat the most natural products, but should never eat red meat If someone is overweight they should eat two meals a day plus a ... snack “Someone whose weight is correct should eat three times a day, and if they are overweight they should eat twice, although they can have a snack as well,” he says. He also advocates a fasting-type diet for four days at least twice a year, to ... cardiovascular illnesses,” he insists. Of course, all types of sugar should be eradicated from the diet. Longo, who is also the director of the Institute of Longevity at the Gerontology faculty of Southern California University, says that everything he proposes

11:52

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Drying; making food immortal

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...the dry climate helps. Pulses (dried beans and peas) have been a staple of the Mediterranean diet for so long that fossilised chick peas have been found in archeoligical digs dating back to the Carthaginians. Peas and beans dry very easily in their

16:35

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Why don't we eat insects?

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

We live our lives continually worried about the depletion of our natural resources. Our search for new sources of nutrients has, in just a few years, seen more new foods incorporated into our diets than in the last five centuries. We now eat flowers,

16:28

LifeStyle

A luxury seafood diet in Paleolithic Malaga

FERNANDO TORRES

...malaga. Clams, razor clams and cockles. The groups of humans who inhabited the Malaga coastline during the Paleolithic age had a diet which would be considered quite luxurious nowadays: it was based on the food that the sea placed within their ... years ago, during the Late Magdalenian period in Andalucía. In addition to the shellfish, the diet of the Paleolithic inhabitants of Malaga comprised vegetables and small animals which they could catch, such as hares and rabbits. With regard ... found on the coasts of the province today. The ingestion of whale meat could be anecdotal, although the archaeologists have been able to confirm at least one episode during which it formed part of the diet of the people who caught and ate shellfish.