Health Alerts - Important News from Current Research About Health and Nutrition
Intermittent fasting may be a way to help heal nerve damage.
A new study from Imperial College London has found intermittent fasting in mice has the ability to help heal nerve damage.
July 01, 2022
It's better for kids to mingle than isolate.
New research from the University of South Australia showed kids who participate in after-school activities like sports are happier than their peers glued to screens.
June 27, 2022
Why 40-year-olds always look tired.
New research from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University shows that on average the years in the 40s is when busy Americans get the least amount of sleep during their lifetime.
June 20, 2022
Don't neglect colorful fruits and vegetables when it comes to kidney health.
New research from the University of Barcelona highlights the added importance of polyphenols on kidney function in older people through the development of the metabolite IPA.
June 13, 2022
Antibiotics can kill more than bacteria.
Scientists from the University of California at Riverside found when antibiotics kill off bacteria in the gut it can also kill an athlete’s motivation and endurance.
June 06, 2022
Consider adding choline to your list of prenatal vitamins
A study at Cornell University that showed choline is critical by itself and also helps the mother more efficiently use DHA, which is essential for fetal brain, cognition and vision development.
May 23, 2022
Another study shows why blueberries are considered a superfruit.
A new study from the University of Cincinnati found that adding blueberries to your diet may lower your chances of developing dementia.
May 16, 2022
If you weigh more you will need more vitamin C.
Researchers in New Zealand have determined the amount of vitamin C you need for immunity is relative to your body weight and should be increased if you are heavier.
May 09, 2022