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Plant-Based Nitrate Better than from Animals

Not all dietary nitrate should be avoided.

Researchers from Edith Cowan University (ECU) in Australia found nitrate from plant sources are associated with a lower risk of mortality, while nitrate from animal-based foods and processed meat is linked to a higher risk of mortality.

, July 08, 2024

Prunes Contribute to Stronger Bones

Eating prunes every day can help you have stronger bones.

Scientists at Penn State University found prunes were able to slow the progression of age-related bone loss and reduce the risk of fracture in a study of postmenopausal women.

, June 28, 2024

Nuts Could Help You Lose Weight

It's not nuts to eat nuts when trying to lose weight.

Researchers at the University of South Australia found that those who added nuts to their low calorie diet were more successful at losing weight than those who avoided nuts.

, June 24, 2024

Low Omega-3 Levels Linked to Psychosis

It's important to balance your omega-3 and omega-6 ratios.

Scientists at Queens University Belfast and elsewhere discovered that young adults with persistently high omega-6 levels compared to omega-3 and low levels of the specific omega-3 DHA had more psychotic episodes than their peers whose levels remained average.

, June 17, 2024

Orange Peel May Improve Heart Health

Oranges could be more than just a good source of vitamin C.

A new study from the University of Florida found an extract in orange peels could be used to improve cardiovascular health.

, June 10, 2024

Mediterranean Diet Helps Reduce Stress and Anxiety

Changing what you eat may lower your stress level.

Scientists from the University of South Australia have found the Mediterranean diet is able to reduce symptoms of stress and anxiety.

, June 03, 2024

Short Exercise Breaks Refocus Your Attention Span

A short burst of exercise can help you recapture your focus during a long meeting.

A psychology professor at Ohio State, whose students were having trouble remaining engaged during an entire lecture, found a quick exercise break is just what is needed to regain focus during long periods of sitting.

, May 13, 2024

Cardio Fitness Cuts Death Risk Dramatically

Research shows good cardio fitness can help you avoid death longer.

Researchers at the University of South Australia discovered increased cardio fitness cuts the risk of dying from any cause by nearly 20 percent.

, May 06, 2024

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