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Getting the Most Vitamin D From Eggs

Watch how you cook your eggs if you care about vitamin D.

Researchers at Newcastle University in England studied preparation methods and determined scrambled or poached eggs allow you to retain the most vitamin D during the cooking process.

, February 08, 2024

How Fasting Fights Inflammation

A simple way to get inflammation under control.

The simple technique of fasting has been shown to fight inflammation and researchers from the University of Cambridge believe they now know why.

, February 05, 2024

Inflammatory Foods Linked to Muscle Weakness

Be careful in what you eat if you want to maintain your strength as you get older.

New research from the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia shows those who avoid inflammatory foods are able to keep their muscle mass and strength longer than those don’t necessarily watch what they eat.

, January 29, 2024

Plant Protein Helps Women Preserve Health

Why it's important for women to increase their intake of plant protein.

New research from Tufts University found women who consume higher amounts of protein, especially plant-based protein, are more likely to to be healthier and develop fewer chronic diseases as they age.

, January 22, 2024

Watch Out if Going Vegan This January

You might be missing key nutrients if you switch to a vegan diet.

A new study from the University of Nottingham in England found people switching to a vegan diet were able to lower their cholesterol, but at the same time they failed to take in enough of a few critical micronutrients.

, January 08, 2024

Early Fish Consumption Helps Developing Brains

Why kids can benefit from eating fish.

Researchers at Penn State College of Medicine found consuming fish at least once a week was associated with a reduced risk of neurodevelopmental delays and the positive effects were amplified by the child’s microbiome.

, December 18, 2023

Probiotics Could Boost Your Mental Health

Yogurt may help you ease depression and anxiety.

Scientists from the University of Virginia discovered how Lactobacillus, which is a probiotic bacterium found in fermented foods like yogurt, is able to help the body manage stress and may even help prevent anxiety and depression.

, December 04, 2023

Poor Nutrition is Common with Depression and Diabetes

Researchers found a common problem with diabetes and depression sufferers.

Scientists at George Mason University found poor nutrition is the common denominator as it contributes to poor mental health and also increases the chances of diabetes.

, November 26, 2023

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