Peanuts are nutritional powerhouses. New research finds they can reduce body fat and increase fat oxidation. The new high-oleic hybrid does this even better.
Category: Diet Science
Research from Oxford University has determined that organic farms support at least 50% more species of pollinators and 34% more species in general.
New research reveals that switching from white rice to brown rice is not just more nutritious: It can also help reduce weight and inflammation.
Continuing research evidence is confirming that Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can be significantly improved with vitamin and mineral supplementation.
Research from around the world is confirming that legumes, which include beans, peas, and lentils, help prevent cancer. Specific cancer research has shown that beans inhibit breast, throat, liver, colorectal and skin cancers.
The media is reporting that coffee is healthy for everyone, but there are caveats. Here we show the evidence that coffee is not healthy for everyone and at all doses. Plus in some cases, tea appears to be healthier.
Want an easy way to drop some pounds? Multiple studies prove that increasing our dietary fiber intake helps reduce weight naturally. Find out how much fiber you need and the best sources.
Research is continuing to prove that taking nutritional dietary supplements can prevent chronic diseases and save billions of dollars of healthcare costs.
If you are considering the lectin-free diet you should know the facts first. Here are the scientific facts about the newest diet fad.
Recent research finds that cranberries are not just good for UTIs. They also contain a potent prebiotic that feeds the bacteria in our colon.
Research on arsenic shows many rice foods from around the world contain unsafe levels of arsenic. Learn how to reduce your arsenic levels from rice foods.
Tree nuts are delicious, and easy to munch. Turns out they also help prevent colon cancer, and they deter colon cancer remission.
Recent research confirms that a diet naturally high in nitrate will boost athletic performance as well as cardiovascular health. Learn why and get the top 40 foods high in nitrate.
Multiple studies have now shown that the Mediterranean diet significantly reduces the risk of heart disease and artery disease.