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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


Sleeping in the Light can be Harmful

Why sleeping in the dark is good for your health.

A new study shows even moderate light exposure during sleep can stress the heart and increase insulin resistance.

, March 21, 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


Poor Sleep Ups Your Risk for Heart Disease

Get some good sleep if you want to take care of your heart.

New research from the University of South Florida shows poor sleep is associated with a threefold increase in the risk of heart disease.

, February 25, 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


3 Seconds of Exercise Can Lead to Big Gains

It only takes a little time to see big gains in strength.

Researchers from Australia and Japan found significant strength gains can be made with just three seconds of exercise per day.

, February 14, 2022


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