Consuming too much salt leads to High Blood Pressure, which affects one in three people above the age of 15 in South Africa. High Blood Pressure causes Non-communicable diseases(NCD) such as heart attack and stroke.
By LILIAN MUTAVI Posted Thursday, January 19 2017 at 17:56 Nairobi County has banned food hawking saying it poses health risks to residents. Public health
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By Leah Gardiner From now on, who-so-ever ask you not to have spicy food, here’s the reply for them! A study, by the Larner
“In truth, there are many people with diabetes who are neither overweight nor junk-food lovers, and this is why an understanding of this
FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailShare Comment Now! Lifestyle diseases mushrooming in Africa AFRICA 20 December 2016 An increase in junk food
Shelf Life and Proximate Analysis of Two Edible Insects in Ijebu Division This book reveals a survey of common edible insects investigated in
I often hear people say...."Nigerian food is too heavy/starchy"