Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine have recently found that mice who were fed a high-fat diet over a long period of time developed impaired genes, which increased cravings for the unhealthy foods
Correcting poor food choices is the easiest way to get a handle on blood pressure and diabetes. Where food is concerned it is pretty clear which foods needs to be avoided and which foods should be center stage in your diet. Read this article to learn which foods may be causing your blood pressure problems…
Researchers conducting the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) Heart study have recently released data that supports the idea that eating fruits and vegetables helps to stave off disease, namely ischemic heart disease.
The Environmental Protection Agency has finally admitted the danger posed by injecting fluoride into our water supplies and using it to control pests in food storage and processing facilities… but isn’t ready to ban the poison completely. Read this article to learn about the danger of fluoride…
The American Heart Association (AHA) says the country’s love affair with processed foods has led to high instances of hypertension due to excessive salt intake.
A study conducted at the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) has suggested that individuals who reach for the skim milk in an attempt to eat healthy may actually be foregoing an element that can help prevent disease.
Researchers from the UT Health Science Center in San Antonio have recently discovered that a compound found in grapes stimulates the production of a hormone that regulates fat and can reduce signs of aging
A study recently published in journal Reproductive Health has reported that the consumption of one to two grams of essential fatty acids daily can help alleviate symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
Previous studies have found that the natural act of breastfeeding can help babies thwart allergies, illness and infection. A new study reveals that infants who are nursed by their mothers are also more likely to develop stronger leg muscles than babies who receive formula.
Studies have shown that soldiers in combat are at risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which is a severe anxiety disorder. The National Institute of Mental Health states that people who have PTSD may experience flashbacks, bad dreams or frightening thoughts, and they may also lose interest in activities that were once enjoyable.