Foods rich in carotenoids aren’t the only things that can boost eye health, according to Dr. John Paul SanGiovanni, a federally funded researcher who specializes in the topic.
Metabolism is genetic, but it can be improved by eating the right food. Metabolism is the body’s process of converting what you eat and drink into energy.
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.
Integrative health experts have long maintained that a vitamin C deficiency can increase the risk of serious conditions such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes. In fact, according to the Environmental Working Group, up to 40 percent of the U.S. population (alone) suffer from inadequate levels of this essential nutrient – which sets the stage for chronic inflammation and disease.
Steven Sisskind, 2 March 2016
Like me, you probably grew up on breakfast cereal. I think we all did. But I wouldn’t dream of eating breakfast cereal today.
A Nordic study led by the Institute of Public Health and Clinical Nutrition at the University of Eastern Finland discovered that the health-promoting Nordic diet reduces the expression of inflammation-associated genes in subcutaneous adipose tissue.
Shereen Lehman, Mar 6, 2015
Getting too little sleep is linked to poor health, but short naps might partly offset that effect, a small study suggests.
Mae Chan, January 13, 2016
“You are what your parent’s eat,” is becoming more relevant by the day.
health freedom alliance, 23 November 2015
As we all know, sleeping is extremely important if you want to be healthy.
Texas A&M AgriLife Communications, 25 SEP-2015
Researchers from Texas A&M University and the University of North Carolina have shown a diet containing dried plums can positively affect microbiota, also referred to as gut bacteria, throughout the colon, helping reduce the risk of colon cancer.