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Thirteen 'bad' habits that might actually be good for you - from pub trips to cooked breakfasts

News Summed Up 2018-05-14 05:30:00

After monitoring more than 3,000 people for 10 years, researchers believe that moderate alcohol consumption could boost cells’ sensitivity to the hormone insulin. Meanwhile, a Danish study suggested that drinking two small glasses of wine daily may reduce the risk of death for Alzheimer’s patients. The nuts are thought to help reduce inflammation in the body and boost the health of blood vessels around the heart. If you go without it, the body starts to extract it from the muscles.”Pasta(Image: Getty)Italian researchers have found that eating spaghetti can reduce body mass index and lower waist circumference. American researchers say a full English breakfast of bacon, egg, beans, mushrooms and tomatoes is better for the heart, waistline and blood pressure than carbohydrate-rich cereals, breads and pastries.


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