Meat produced without killing animals is heading to your dinner table
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The enormous effectiveness of vitamin C in helping to resolve any of a wide variety of infections comes as no surprise to anyone who has made at least a minimal effort to study the large body of peer-reviewed literature addressing this topic.
Increased levels of resistin, an adipocyte hormone that regulates glucose metabolism, may cause obesity leading to insulin resistance and Type 2 diabetes.
There has been a lot of confusion and contradictory research on the impact of saturated fats on your health.
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Let’s be honest. Food is good. Good food is even better. A lot of our favorite foods, however, are classified as processed foods. And while not all of it is completely bad for us, much of what we consume on a daily basis, we do so at our own risk.
Researchers have found an effective new treatment for hyperlipidemia with oleanolic acid (OA), a natural compound found in olives (Olea europaea).
Los Angeles is trying to solve two big problems at the same time and it seems to be working. A new food model, one that sees free food markets in communities in need, is taking steps to minimize hunger while eradicating food wastage.
Eating “right” is no perfect science. We’re all physiologically different and no two farmer’s foods provide the exact same levels of nutrients.