Calcium supplementation has become the backbone of advice regarding bone health and osteoporosis. Turns out this is not supported by the science. Learn the latest showing how calcium supplements do not prevent fractures and do little for bone density, and what strategies do help.
New research is confounding the assumption that vitamin D supplementation will prevent diseases associated with vitamin D deficiencies. Is it true? The realities of vitamin D are explained.
Conventional medicine has been telling us that sodium (salt) over a certain amount will increase the risk of high blood pressure and heart disease. Turns out they were wrong.
Several recent studies have confirmed that premenstrual syndrome incidence and symptoms can be significantly reduced by including certain nutrient-dense foods in the diet.