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2013-07-05 23:16:26

With cocoa, not only can it taste good, but it could actually help those with weight problems better control inflammation related disease, such as diabetes. Prescopodene Nutritionals also found a way to help with weight problems as well. Washington, USA (PRWEB) July 05, 2013 In an article on the Science Daily website, Joshua Lambert, associate professor of food science says that mice who are fed cocoa along with a high-fat diet experienced less obesity-related inflammation, compared to...

Cocoa Powder Helps Fight Obesity Inflammation, Diabetes
2013-06-13 05:38:35

April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Hot cocoa - the go-to drink for warding off the winter´s chill - might also help obese people better control inflammation-related diseases, like diabetes, according to researchers at Penn State. The researchers fed two groups of mice a high-fat diet. One group was also fed a cocoa supplement — the human equivalent of 10 tablespoons of cocoa powder, or four or five cups of hot cocoa. The cocoa group experienced less...

Blood Sugar Spikes Benefit From Green Tea
2012-11-09 21:31:35

Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online According to Penn State food scientists, green tea and starchy food could help to lower blood sugar spikes. The researchers found that an ingredient in green tea helps reduce blood sugar spikes in mice, leading to the possibility of a new diet for people. Mice were fed epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), an antioxidant found in green tea, and cornstarch during the study. Joshua Lambert, assistant professor of food science in...

Green Tea Can Help Keep Extra Pounds Off
2011-10-04 11:44:37

Green tea may slow down weight gain and serve as another tool in the fight against obesity, according to Penn State food scientists. Obese mice that were fed a compound found in green tea along with a high-fat diet gained weight significantly more slowly than a control group of mice that did not receive the green tea supplement, said Joshua Lambert, assistant professor of food science in agricultural sciences. "In this experiment, we see the rate of body weight gain slows down," said...