Specific components of the Mediterranean diet appear to be responsible for its health benefits. The diet is traditional in countries surrounding the Mediterranean especially in Italy and Greece. It consists of various locally-grown, in-season freMore info...
Royal Jelly is the food fed to bee larvae to allow them to develop into the queen bee. The queen then subsists on Royal Jelly. The Queen is much larger and lives for a much longer time than other bees due to this food and its constituents; it is extrMore info...
Drinking one cup of green tea daily may improve dental health and reduce the risk of loosing teeth by about 20 % according to a new study from Japan and drinking more cups appears to confer additional risk reductions, withMore info...
Daily supplements of Resveratrol may improve vascular function and lead to improved cardiovascular health, according to new research. The study evaluated the acute effects of Resveratrol supplementation on circulatory fMore info...
A daily supplement of vitamin E was found to improve the health of the livers of people with non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), a liver disease that was progressing towards cirrhosis, says a new study from researchers at Saint Louis UniversMore info...
Researchers from the University of Florence reviewed the results of 12 international studies that included almost 1,600,000 subjects who were followed anywhere from 3 to 18 years depending on the study. The studies looked atMore info...
A daily supplement of a freeze-dried strawberry powder improved heart health markers in people with metabolic syndrome, says new data from Oklahoma State University. LDL-cholesterol levels were reduced by 11% following eight weeks of strawberry poMore info...
Daily supplements of magnesium may improve lung function in asthmatics, and improve their quality of life, says a new study from Bastyr University in Kenmore, Washington State. Measures of lung capacity increased by aboutMore info...
Researchers at Oxford University have demonstrated that Cocoa and Wine appear to be good for the brain. Lead author Dr Smith describes the study of 2,031 men and women aged 70 to 74 recruited from the Hordaland Health Study in Norway. Dietary questioMore info...