As it stated in Findings showed the adults whose family meals were all home-cooked had a 26% lower risk of obesity compared with those who ate few or no home-cooked family meals.
(WXYZ) – Avoiding TV while eating family meals may lower your obesity risk, according to a new study.
Eating your meals together as a family meals is so important.
But the researchers stress that it’s not the frequency of home-cooked meals, but the quality of your meals along with family environment.
According to the findings, those who never watched television while eating family meals were 37 percent less likely to be obese when compared with adults who always watched TV.
No TV during meals may lower obesity risk
Quality, not frequency, of family meals may lower obesity riskThe study found no association between the frequency of family meals and obesity risk.
New research suggests that eating home-cooked meals with family and skipping TV may significantly lower the risk of obesity.
The lowest risk of obesity was found among those whose family meals were both home-cooked and uninterrupted by TV or videos.
New research suggests that cooking family meals and avoiding TV while eating them may lower the chances of becoming obese.
Researchers from the Ohio State University set out to examine the link between family meals and obesity risk.
according to A new study has found that both obesity and being underweight may increase the risk of developing migraine.
Peterlin explained, “Both obesity disease risk and the occurrence of migraine is more common in women and in younger people.”
The study author B Lee Peterlin from Johns Hopkins University’s school of medicine said, “As obesity and being underweight are potentially modifiable risk factors for migraine, awareness of these risk factors is vital for both people with migraine and doctors.”
Peterlin added, “More research is needed to determine whether efforts to help people lose or gain weight could lower their risk for migraine.”
People, who were underweight, were 13 percent more likely to have migraine than people of normal weight.
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