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Avocados Linked to Lower Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

You may want to add avocados to your diet if you are concerned about your heart.

New research from Harvard shows there is a correlation between two or more servings of avocado per week and a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

, April 04, 2022


Cranberries are Good for the Heart

Adding cranberries to your diet could be a heart-healthy decision.

Researchers in London found daily cranberry consumption significantly improves cardiovascular health.

, March 28, 2022


GlyNAC Could Extend Your Extend Life

Just two added nutrients could make a big difference in your longevity.

New research from the Baylor University College of Medicine found the combination of glycine and N-acetyl cysteine (GlyNAC) was able to extend the life of laboratory mice by 24 percent.

, March 14, 2022


Fiber Could Protect You from Dementia

Fiber could impact your mental health in addition to your physical health

Japanese research shows a high-fiber diet can impact your brain health as study participants who ate a high-fiber diet suffered fewer cases of dementia.

, March 07, 2022


Calorie Restriction Leads to Longer Life

If you want to live longer you should probably eat less.

Study participants who completed a two-year calorie restriction program saw unexpected improvements in immune function that are associated with longevity.

, February 21, 2022


Vitamin D Helpful in Preventing Autoimmune Diseases

While there may not be many effective treatments for auto immune diseases, there is new help on the prevention front.

Researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital found that vitamin D supplementation was effective in their study in decreasing the risk of autoimmune diseases.

, January 31, 2022


Dried Goji Berries May Protect Aging Eyes

Nutrients in goji berries may protect your eyes as you get older.

Scientists at the University of California at Davis found small servings of dried goji berries improved eye health and could protect against age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

, January 17, 2022


Sleep Deprived Teens Eat More Junk Food

Sleeping less leads to more junk food consumption for teens.

Researchers from Brigham Young University found teens are susceptible to weight gain and cardiometabolic diseases as a result of poor eating habits when they sleep less.

, January 03, 2022


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