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Researchers have found that consuming primarily a plant-based diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables may lower your risk of type 2 diabetes. Lead author Ambika Satija said, “This study highlights that even moderate dietary changes in the direction of… Read More
A gluten-free diet is recommended for celiac disease patients as a means to control the disease, but some studies have shown it may also benefit those living with rheumatoid arthritis. Susan Goodman, rheumatologist at the Hospital for Special Surgery in… Read More
A new study has found that fat-based diets may help combat Alzheimer’s disease in mice models. There is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s, and although there are treatments to ease symptoms, not much is available to slow down the progression… Read More
Weight loss and consumption of healthy fats as seen in the Mediterranean diet – olive oil, fish, etc. – have been found to help improve cholesterol numbers. Moreover, the results were found to be high in women, specifically women who… Read More
The MIND diet has been shown to improve brain health and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. As we age, the threat of developing Alzheimer’s disease increases. Although the cause of Alzheimer’s disease is still unknown, researchers are working diligently… Read More
There is currently a diet style that mimics fasting, which has been shown to slow down the aging process. Think back to our ancestors, and we’re saying way back. Those people didn’t have food readily available to them at all… Read More
When it comes to weight loss, low-fat diets are often recommended, but new research suggests they are no different than other popular diets. Study lead, Deirdre Tobias, said, “We found that low-fat diets were not more effective than higher-fat diets… Read More
A diet high in fructose has been linked to weight gain for a long time, but now neuroscientists believe processed fructose could impact the ability to heal after head trauma, putting nutrition and brain injury in the spotlight.
Fructose is… Read More
For good cardiovascular health and renal health you need a proper sodium potassium balance in your diet. Balanced sodium and potassium levels have been shown to lower blood pressure and lower your risk of heart disease, heart attack and stroke.… Read More
If variety is the spice of life, then American diets are mild at best. The USDA has found that Americans are primarily consuming potatoes and tomatoes as their daily fruits and vegetables and rarely anything else. Potatoes and tomatoes make… Read More
Location can play a role in the foods you eat, meaning wherever you are right now is effecting what you consume. If you reside along the west coast you probably enjoy fresh vegetables and even prawns. But if you reside… Read More
Time and time again we hail, praise and highly recommend healthy eating – but always for good reason! You see, over time junk food severely harms your body in more ways than one.
Sure, you probably heard that junk food… Read More
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