Researchers at the University of Cambridge (UC) have conducted a study which shows how a mother’s diet during pregnancy may affect her child’s health later in life.
Researchers at Harokopio University of Athens have conducted a meta-analysis of 50 studies that examined the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet and found that it may be an effective way to stave off disease.
The corn people tell us that high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is the same as sugar and is healthy in moderation. Yet, HFCS is much sweeter than regular table sugar or the sugars found in fruit. Read this article for the facts about HFCS…
Researchers analyzed the health data of 2,400 participants in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) study and found a correlation between high levels of healthy HDL cholesterol and a lower risk of bowel cancer.
An article published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine touts the benefits of tomatoes and tomato products as a readily-available, cost-effective way to achieve an antioxidant-rich diet.
Research suggests that individuals with higher levels of vitamin B6 and methionine are at a lower risk for developing lung cancer than those who are deficient in the nutrients.
Researchers at Tufts University have tested the effects of herbal teas and found that there may be some significant health benefits, including reduced blood pressure and strengthened allergy immunity.
Fiber is interesting because although it is a food and we eat it, we don’t digest it. In other words, it doesn’t enter into our bloodstream and instead just passes through our digestive tract until it is excreted. Yet, fiber is special in that it both promotes wellness while also reducing the risk of chronic disease. Read this article to learn how fiber helps the body…
A study that was recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that being either underweight, overweight or obese greatly increases chances of death in Asian people.
In a study of about 50 people with diabetes who experienced subsequent kidney problems, many felt surprised and regretful that they had not been adequately educated about the risks of renal failure or malfunction when they were diagnosed with the blood sugar disorder.