University researchers have found in a clinical study that a low-carb plant-based diet significantly reduces LDL-c levels and triglycerides, and beats out a low-fat high-carb diet.
Researchers from Colorado State University have confirmed that increased intake of fiber doesn’t just help colon health. It also reduces the toxic effects of secondhand smoke.
Research is proving that a diet change alone can significantly reduce LDL-cholesterol levels. A diet change plus red yeast rice does even better.
New research proves what natural health experts have been telling us for centuries – that olive oil with a Mediterranean diet results in a reduced risk of mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.
Research has now confirmed what many nutritionists and doctors have observed among some of their patients: That the Western diet and refined sugars impair liver function and increase the risk of liver failure.
Multiple studies have recently confirmed that eating an alkaline diet with plenty of vegetable protein reduces the risk of kidney failure and chronic kidney disease.
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.
After a fifteen year study of 1,006 elderly persons, Japanese University researchers say yes, ones diet can dramatically reduce our chances of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
New research has determined that a mostly-vegan diet plan with daily Greenfoods and Apple Cider Vinegar supplementation in addition to a daily supplement can result in significant weight loss and reductions of “bad” cholesterol in just three weeks.
Research from Denmark’s National Food Institute has concluded that eating too much protein causes early mortality and a higher incidence of cardiovascular disease, type II diabetes and possibly more kidney diseases.
Multiple studies have confirmed that a lack of dietary magnesium is linked to diabetes, insulin resistance and obesity among adults.
In one of the world’s largest and longest studies on diet, research funded by the Spanish government has confirmed that the Mediterranean diet can dramatically reduce the risk of stroke, heart attacks and other cardiovascular-related events.
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.