Nutrition and Diet Articles & Stories

A Diet Rich in Fiber Can Protect Against Obesity and Diabetes

A Diet Rich in Fiber Can Protect Against Obesity and Diabetes

Scientists have long been aware that a diet rich in fiber can aid in protecting against diabetes and obesity, however there has been some questions as to the mechanisms behind this occurrence. Now, researchers from France and Sweden claim to have unveiled this process. This is according to res... Read More


Science Indicates that Weight-Loss Soda May Actually Have Opposite Effect

Science Indicates that Weight-Loss Soda May Actually Have Opposite Effect

Drinks that are artificially sweetened may not be as healthy as people are led to believe. In fact, seeking out sugar-free drinks as a means of reducing the risk of weight gain could actually have the opposite effect. This is according to study published in the journal Trends in Endocrinology ... Read More


Why Maintaining Muscle Mass is Important during Weight Loss

Why Maintaining Muscle Mass is Important during Weight Loss

Athletes who are trying to improve their performance weight should eat a diet high in fiber, low in fat, balanced with their training regimen to maintain muscle mass while still burning fat. This is according to a report completed by an Oregon State University researcher. Read More


Childhood Peanut Allergy Linked to Socioeconomic Status

Childhood Peanut Allergy Linked to Socioeconomic Status

Peanut allergies are on the rise amongst American children and one possible reason could be due to economic status. This is according to a new study presented at the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (ACAAI) Annual Scientific Meeting. The researchers claim that greater rates ... Read More


67% of Type 2 Diabetes Patients Achieve Remission with Bariatric Surgery

67% of Type 2 Diabetes Patients Achieve Remission with Bariatric Surgery

After 12 months, 67% of gastric bypass patients were in complete remission for type 2 diabetes, according to researchers from the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. The researchers added that 96% of those not already on insulin and who did not have lower pancreatic function went into ... Read More


'Good' Cholesterol Behaving Badly Can Cause Disease

'Good' Cholesterol Behaving Badly Can Cause Disease

Research has indicated that a type of so-called good cholesterol, or high-density lipoprotein, can cause dysfunction and instead of protecting against heart disease becomes a promoter of it, leading to the clogging and hardening of arteries. Now, research from the Cleveland Clinic has uncovere... Read More


Omega Fatty Acids Surging in the Global Market

Omega Fatty Acids Surging in the Global Market

Omega fatty acids are enjoying soaring popularity in the global market, with many foods and drinks fortified with the biochemical compounds. The health hype surrounding these substances has surged through widespread public awareness, scientifically proven health benefits, consumers' eagerness ... Read More


A Healthy Breakfast May Indicate Lower Body Mass

A Healthy Breakfast May Indicate Lower Body Mass

Individuals who eat a balanced, healthy breakfast were found to be of lower weight than their counterparts who either ate a high-calorie, fatty meal or skipped the meal entirely. The study examined responses from over 12,000 American adults who took part in three federal health surveys between... Read More


Caloric Restriction Benefits May Come in a Pill

Caloric Restriction Benefits May Come in a Pill

A simple compound found in red grapes and red wine has been discovered to reproduce the healthy-aging effect of caloric restriction in mice. Receiving regular doses of resveratrol produced a significantly healthier aging process for the mice, leaving them with strong hearts, clear eyes, flexib... Read More


Overeating Causes Brain Chemistry Imbalances

Overeating Causes Brain Chemistry Imbalances

Excessive eating can cause the brain to lose control and can lead to damage possibly resulting in diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, according to U.S. research. Overeating appears to cause a usually dormant immune system pathway in the brain to send out immune cells to seek and destr... Read More


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