People who regularly eat nuts, including peanuts, walnuts and tree nuts, have a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease or coronary heart disease compared to people who never or almost never eat nuts, according to a new study.
Preppers are always willing to try new things, especially when it involves effective ways to prepare food for their stockpile.
Could stuffing yourself full of high-fat foods cause you to lose your sense of smell?
As common as heart disease is, there are many ways to prevent it — and perhaps the best (and most delicious) place to start is by cleaning up your diet.
If you’re looking to get rid of stubborn belly fat, try raiding your spice rack. A preliminary study has suggested that cinnamon may be efficient in preventing fat from settling around the belly, DailyMail.co.uk reported.
A Japanese study on boysenberries discovered that the fruit can reduce the amount of bad cholesterol in the body by increasing the latter’s excretion in the small intestine.
Two studies that were conducted at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm), Bordeaux Population Health (Bordeaux University) show that vitamin D deficiency can contribute to increasing the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, especially if the person also doesn’t have a storage of “good fats” and antioxidant carotenoids.
How do you go from bad to worse quickly when trying to lose weight?
Pomegranate seeds, the edible insides of the pomegranate, are little ruby red bursts of sweet and tart deliciousness that pack a seriously big punch of health benefits.
If your friends are like mine, throwing a party presents a challenging exercise in honoring culinary special needs.