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.
Canadian government researchers have issued a report that states glycemic index would lead to poor food choices “inconsistent with national dietary guidelines.” What’s wrong with the glycemic index?
Research has confirmed other research findings that Bisphenol A (BPA) – found among various plastics and resins in consumer goods – increases the risk of diabetes.
Clinical studies have confirmed that American Ginseng can improve and even reverse type 2 diabetes. It also improves glucose metabolism in non-diabetic individuals.
As New York Mayer Bloomberg’s strategy has focused upon banning larger drink sizes, a new study has found a more problematic issue: Sugary beverages are simply cheaper than their healthy counterparts.
Researchers have determined that vitamin D deficiency is linked with a significantly greater risk of type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance.
Multiple studies have confirmed that a lack of dietary magnesium is linked to diabetes, insulin resistance and obesity among adults.
Research finds that cumin – a spice often used in curry – stops the growth of breast cancer cells. Find out more about this powerful medicinal herb.
Research from around the world is proving that Ashwagandha has numerous medicinal benefits. They also prove the effects of this ancient Ayurvedic herbal remedy are more than just anecdotal.
Several new studies have found that snoring increases the risk of heart disease, strokes, and metabolic syndrome.
A flurry of recent research has now confirmed that the sun is not only healthy, but it is necessary for pregnant mothers and the health of their babies.
Two recent studies have shown that diets that are high in plant-based omega-3s and monounsaturated fats lead to significant reductions of heart disease, metabolic syndrome and obesity.
Researchers fhave determined that women who drink more soda tend to have more strokes, and research from Harvard found that men who drink more sodas are more likely to contract type 2 diabetes.
Research from the Washington University School of Medicine indicates that isolated resveratrol may not increase metabolic health or cardiovascular function in healthy people.