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Study States That Diet Rich in Sugar and Fat Contributes to Skin & Joint Inflammation

New research shows that switching from a Western diet to a balanced diet could help you reduce skin and joint inflammation. The study led by UC Davis Health researchers states that the reduction may be due to a better-balanced gut microbial culture. Published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, the study suggests that cutting out here to read more

An Easy Way to Spruce up Your Diet

The pandemic has changed the way people eat. Early on, some utilized their increased at-home time to make elaborate meals and things they’d never tried before. Others got deeper into the rut. The truth is that cooking can be challenging and daunting. You have enough to do during the day—do you have the time and here to read more

Add Bulk to Beat Diverticulitis

Diverticulitis can be excruciatingly painful. But adding some bulk to your diet may help tame symptoms and stop them from occurring. It’s possible that bulk may prevent diverticulitis from ever affecting you. What’s bulk? The one and only fiber. Diverticulitis is when little pouches that grow along your intestines – called diverticula – become infected here to read more

Consuming Mediterranean Diet Can Benefit Your Thinking Skills Later in Life

A new study from the University of Edinburgh has found that people who consume a Mediterranean-style diet have better thinking skills when analyzed. The diet, which consists of mostly green leafy vegetables and is low in meat, has been linked to many health benefits across various studies. These latest findings add to the mounting evidence here to read more


A Green Mediterranean (MED) Diet Reduces Fat and Lowers Risk Of NAFLD

New research shows how effective a green Mediterranean diet can reduce the risk of non-alcoholic fatter liver disease (NAFLD). According to a long-term clinical intervention trial led by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev researchers and a team of international colleagues, this specific type of diet is far superior to others for reducing intrahepatic fat. The here to read more

More Praise for the Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean diet should be on your radar if you want to keep blood sugar in check and lower the risk for type-2 diabetes. New research published in JAMA Network Open shows a Mediterranean style diet can impact diabetes risk. The study suggests a healthy diet can slash type-2 diabetes risk by 30% in obese here to read more

The Risk/Reward of a “Healthy” Diet

Plant-based diets can be healthy. They can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol if done properly. They can also substantially increase the risk of a broken bone. Hip, leg, or any other bone, for that matter. A new study published in BMC Medicine found that vegetarians, vegans, and pescatarians (those who eat fish but no here to read more

Plant-Based Diet Helps People with Type 1 Diabetes, Improves Insulin Sensitivity

New research confirms that plant-based diets rich in whole carbohydrates can improve insulin sensitivity in those with type 1 diabetes. According to the latest study from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a change in diet can lead to an improvement in overall health markers, which can be beneficial for patients diagnosed with type 1 here to read more

Can Going Low-Carb Keep Your Brain Young?

Ketogenic and low-carbohydrate diets have been the rage for quite some time. But they might help you do more than just lose weight. According to some new research, cutting carbs might slow, or prevent, brain aging. Your brain requires about 20% of your body’s total energy stores to function properly. The energy comes from two here to read more

Are All Plant-Based Diets Created Equal?

If the goal is heart health, blood sugar control, or management for seemingly countless conditions, what’s the universal answer? Say it with me: Eat more plant-based foods. But does a plant-based diet necessarily mean you’re going to experience a drop in blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, and improve your heart health? Not exactly, says a here to read more