Recent research finds that magnesium is required to absorb and metabolize vitamin D supplements. Find out how much is needed and best sources.
Why does more than 80% of the world’s population have H. pylori without health consequences, while Western versions of H. pylori infections are linked to ulcers, gastritis and stomach cancer? Find out.
Drinking just one more cup of plain water a day can help us reduce consumption of junky foods. Here is the evidence.
THE FOOD WARS ARE BEING FOUGHT AT DINNER TABLES AND WEBSITES THROUGHOUT WESTERN SOCIETY. AND THERE ARE SO MANY DIETS OUT THERE CONTENDING FOR OUR FAVOR. WHO IS WINNING THE FOOD WARS? THOSE WHO...
The research arm of the World Health Association – made up of 22 researchers from 10 countries – has classified processed meat and red meat as carcinogenic to humans. The research analyzed over 800 large human population studies. Find out what types and why meat is carcinogenic.
Among women, breast cancer is the leading form of cancer. Billions have been spent on cancer research, yet preventing cancer provides one of the few clear strategies. Breast cancer in particular has now been scientifically linked to the consumption of red meat and processed meats.
Turns out that what we eat and drink directly affects how fast we age – and this can be measured precisely and specifically.
We all knew raisins were healthy. But now we find they reduce blood pressure and reduce the risk of diabetes and obesity.
While diet and nutrition has maintained an untouchable status among cancer treatment, new research is finding that a cancer patient’s choice of diet is critical to their chances of survival.
In multiple studies, cancer researchers have determined that a plant-based diet and less alcohol consumption significantly reduces the risk of breast cancer.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Sleep and Circadian Neurobiology have confirmed that certain nutrients are conducive to better quality sleep and sleep duration.
Scientists are proving that the Western diet is at the root of a number of disease conditions. We can now add to this allergies and asthma. Yes, the Western diet has been linked to...
Research from the Harvard School of Public Health has found that low-carbohydrate, high-animal-protein diets significantly increase the risk of early death.
Research links Alzheimer’s disease to diet and exercise – two of the most changeable areas of our lifestyle.