Researchers say a micronutrient which is found in soy may have a significant heart protective benefit.
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12 weeks in a vegetarian diet improves bowel habits, reduces stress and increases nutritional status
We have all heard that you are what you eat, and that a balanced diet with less fat, less processed food and more vegetables, is best. But now, there is real basis to affirm that a vegetarian diet is indeed better for a person’s overall health.
There is an association between eating fish that is high in omega-3 fatty acids and better cognition.
Fiber from whole grains, fruits and vegetables protect against colon cancer in more ways than one.
Researchers say a Mediterranean diet with virgin olive oil may boost your levels of 'good' cholesterol and help fight heart disease.
Impetigo is a common bacterial skin infection which is generally seen in children, although it is also sometimes seen in adults. Antibiotics are the mainstay of conventional treatment for impetigo, but natural remedies are also very helpful.
If you read this particular breaking story in recent news, you might be so horrified you'd vow never to eat at a fast food chain again – which you shouldn't be doing anyway.
Eating a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables is not only good for your body – it is also good for your happiness and well-being.
Researchers have found that bacteria in the gut may play a significant role in Alzheimer’s disease. This finding opens up new considerations for prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's.
Researchers say that prebiotics may offer help with the treatment of stress. Prebiotics are various types of fibers which are not digestible.
Obesity is a risk factor for several cancers, including colon cancer, but other factors play in as well.
Diet is an important part of the treatment of Atrial Fibrillation, including getting enough of this important vitamin.
Increasing your intake of certain herbs and vegetables could help reduce the risk of metastasis from Triple-Negative Breast Cancer.
There seems to be a way out of the unhealthy junk-food eating cycle by using preventive cues.
A new study has suggested that anti-inflammatory diets which are generally high in fruits, vegetables, fish and whole grains may enhance the health of bones and prevent fractures in some women.
Researchers have found the survival and health of monkeys is enhanced by a low calorie diet. This is probably also true for people.
Researchers have found the kind of sugar you consume, not just the amount, has an impact on problems with your health. In rats it has been determined fructose consumption for a long time causes more vascular and liver damage than sucrose consumption.
Metabolic syndrome is the name given to a group of symptoms that increase your risk for heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. Eating a healthy, balanced diet can help reduce your risk.
Researchers have found an association between eating hot peppers and lower mortality.
Researchers have found fish sauce provides mothers and young children in Cambodia with better nutrition.
Clinical guidelines have been established aimed at preventing peanut allergy in infants.
Zinc is an important mineral for human health, but are you sure you are getting enough?