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Polyphenols in Peanuts Improve Vascular Health

Peanuts are a heart-healthy option according to new research.

Researchers at the University of Barcelona found adding peanuts or peanut butter to the diet of young, healthy people had a positive effect on vascular health.

, March 31, 2023

Less Sleep Equates to More Eating for Children

Children who sleep less eat more food and more junk.

Researchers at the University of Otago in New Zealand have found as little as 40 minutes less of sleep during the night can trigger big changes in eating the next day.

, March 20, 2023

Olive Oil Positively Impacts Cognitive Function

Adding olive oil to your diet may help keep your mind sharp.

Auburn University researchers have discovered as little as three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil per day can help improve the brain health of people suffering from mild cognitive impairment.

, March 13, 2023

Ready-to-Eat Foods Fuel Cravings

How readily your food is to eat can influence how much you crave it.

Psychologists from the University of Aberdeen found a food’s readiness-to-eat was a key factor in appeal when it came to cravings.

, February 27, 2023

Exercise and Fasting Improve Liver Health

Simple steps to improve the condition of your liver

A new study from the University of Chicago found alternate-day fasting along with aerobic exercise was able to successfully reduce the fat buildup in their study subjects.

, February 20, 2023

Vitamin D May Help Women Give Birth Naturally

More evidence of the importance of vitamin D during pregnancy.

Researchers at the University of Southampton in England found women who took extra vitamin D during pregnancy were more likely to have a natural delivery.

, February 13, 2023

More Vitamin K means Fewer Broken Bones

A common fear of aging could be eased through better nutrition.

Researchers at Edith Cowan University in Australia found higher levels of vitamin K led to fewer fractures in older women who took part in their study.

, February 06, 2023

Vitamin D Supplements Lead to Fewer Melanoma Cases

Vitamin D supplements may be the way to go if you are avoiding the sun.

A new study from the University of Eastern Finland and Kuopio University Hospital found those who regularly took vitamin D supplements had fewer cases of melanoma and had a considerably lower risk of developing this type of skin cancer.

, January 16, 2023

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