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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

Intermittent Fasting Improves Hunger, Mood and Sleep

Fasting daily for 14 hours can greatly benefit your health.

Tthe largest UK community science study of its kind shows consistently eating in a 10-hour window during the day is associated with higher energy and mood and lower hunger levels.

, November 20, 2023

Selenium Helps Your Body Fight Pollution

Adding selenium to your diet may help you better deal with environmental toxins.

New research from Spain shows there is an ally in the form of the mineral selenium that can help your body’s defense system counteract the effects of pollution.

, November 13, 2023

New Study Touts Health Benefits of Eggs

Why you might want to eat more eggs.

A new study from the University of Connecticut dispels the myth that eggs raise your cholesterol and also affirms the health benefits of adding eggs to your diet.

, October 30, 2023

Vitamin B12 Deficiency Linked to Chronic Inflammation

Check your vitamin B12 levels if you are having trouble with inflammation.

Researchers in Spain found a link between low levels of vitamin B12 and high levels of two key inflammatory markers in both mice and humans.

, October 23, 2023

Dark Tea Linked to Lower Blood Sugar and Diabetes

Dark tea helps you lower blood sugar in your body.

Scientists from the University of Adelaide in Australia and Southeast University in China found those who drank dark tea on a daily basis had a 53 percent lower risk of prediabetes and a 47 percent lower risk of diabetes than those who don’t drink any tea.

, October 09, 2023

Low Vitamin D Linked to Elevated Inflammation

Vitamin D is even more important as we age.

A recent study from Ireland shows lower levels of vitamin D is associated with more inflammation in older adults.

, October 02, 2023

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