Get to 75 and you can eat what you like: Poor diet makes no difference to your health If you live to 75, your diet is unlikely to make much difference to your health afterwards, say expertsCompared elderly people who followed high-fat, high-sugar or healthy diet By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 17:35 GMT, 17 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:22 GMT, 18 January 2013 Many of us spend decades trying to overcome our food demons by avoiding fast food restaurants and resisting the dessert tray.
Why men should should avoid the burger van: Pan-fried meat increases risk of prostate cancer Red meat has been linked to prostate cancer before but now scientists believe the cooking method could be crucial | UPDATED: 10:13 GMT, 17 August 2012 A couple of seared steaks or hamburgers a week could increase the chances of getting prostate cancer by 40 per cent, according to new research.
Fried breakfasts aren't bad for the heart – as long as you use sunflower or olive oil The Great British Breakfast may be healthier than you think – providing it’s fried in olive or sunflower oil.
Could a daily dose of fish oil help with Alzheimer”s disease Study reveals those with diets high in omega 3 are less likely to lose brain capacity later in life Eating oily fish, fruit and vegetables can prevent brain shrinkage in old age linked to Alzheimer’s disease, a study has found. U.S