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2102, 2019

Interval Training May Be Best for Weight Loss

Medscape Liam Davenport Gerry Gajadharsingh writes: “We have known that Interval Training (such as High Intensity Interval Training HIIT and Sprint Interval Training SIT) in conjunction with muscle resistance training has been the best exercise combination for weight loss [...]

2002, 2019

Two diet drinks a day linked to stroke risk for women

Kat Lay, Health Correspondent The Times Gerry Gajadharsingh writes: “I am a fan of the saying “unintended consequences”. With the UK government’s sugar tax, more drink producers and consumers are turning to diet/low calorie drinks. I suspect this will [...]

2002, 2019

Inflammation in Midlife Linked to Later Cognitive Decline

Sue Hughes Medscape Gerry Gajadharsingh writes: “This research confirms the link between inflammation in mid-life (40’s and 50’s) and cognitive change later on in life. There has been previous research linking inflammation with Alzeimer’s but most of it carried [...]

2001, 2019

Why your gut is responsible for your happiness

Tim Samuels Apple News Gerry Gajadharsingh writes: “The article below was sent to me by one of my lovely patients, Ann, who was recently diagnosed with Type II diabetes. She’d had a variety of health challenges over the past [...]

1712, 2018

Children cutting out sugar ‘suffer like drug addicts’

Kat Lay Health correspondent The Times Gerry Gajadharsingh writes: The important conclusion from this research is that “High sugar intake activates similar neural circuitry and reward systems as substances of abuse. Adolescence is a particularly susceptible period for addiction, [...]