Who eats slowly, savouring every bite and taking time to eat meals, can count on a 42% reduction in obesity risk compared to those who consume food too quickly.
A study published in the BMJ was made on the subject and lasted six years, from 2008 to 2013. Thanks to 60 thousand people, including men and women from Japan
It has the shape of a small spherical bubble, soft and transparent, but above all it is edible, economical and biodegradable. It is called “Ooho” and is the bottle of the future that aims to revolutionise the transport (and consumption) of liquids, with an eye to the environment
What can be worse than a brutal regime, led by a dictator unfriendly and bloody, that starves his people, is armed to the teeth and threatens the world to become the smallest and most dangerous nuclear power?
BagApp offers travellers a network of storage rooms, located in the city centre and close to public transports, where you can leave your bags and visit the city hands free.
How will the world look like in 2050? What dynamics will govern in different parts of the world? Seen it from Europe, the forecast confirm trends rather daunting and in place for already a decade. So: more Asia, in world GDP shares, and more and more countries with demographics, domestic demand and strength vehement work.
People who habitually speak two languages are better protected from senile dementia caused by Alzheimer’s disease: the disease in fact, in bilinguals, occurs later (even 5 years later than monolinguals) and with less intense symptoms.