Mounting research evidence is finding that probiotics, fueled by prebiotics, can significantly reduce type 2 diabetes symptoms. Certain probiotic strains have been shown to decrease blood sugar and decrease insulin resistance as well.
Our gut’s probiotic content has everything to do with our ability to lose weight. New research confirms probiotic supplementation can help us lose weight and reduce body fat.
Regular consumption of avocado reduces our risk of metabolic syndrome. Effects of avocados includes lowering triglycerides and bad cholesterol, reducing weight, dropping inflammation and lowering blood sugar.
A flurry of human clinical research over the last decade has found that Nigella sativa seeds – black cumin or black seed – improves asthma, arthritis, diabetes, obesity, heart disease, epilepsy and other medical conditions.
Flax reduces insulin resistance, new research shows. Flaxseeds also significantly alter our gut bacteria. Find out how.
Are antibiotics making our children fat and sick? New research links antibiotic use as children to increased weight gain in teenage years, leading to greater likelihood of obesity during adulthood.
New research finds the South American Maqui berry superfruit maintains abundant health-promoting properties, with significant benefits to the health of the cardiovascular system, the lungs, blood sugar and the skin. Learn more about this amazing rain forest fruit.
Pigments that make natural food colors not only make foods nutritious, but have surprisingly different effects upon our weight and heart health.
New research reveals that switching from white rice to brown rice is not just more nutritious: It can also help reduce weight and inflammation.
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.
Have you ever wondered why some infants seem to be naturally heavier than others, even though they may not necessarily be eating more? New research is confirming this may have something to do with their exposure to certain pollutants.
Multiple studies now support the fact that a lack of sleep changes brain activity and increases the urge to eat more. Sleep deficiency also produces the inclination to eat more high calorie foods.
Researchers have determined in a large study that a deficiency of vitamin D leads to an increased risk of obesity.
Japanese researchers have determined from a large multi-center study that consistently consuming a minimal dosage of a particular strain of probiotics results in reduced abdominal fat and lower body mass index in three months.