Studies are now confirming that eating more fruits and vegetables not only extends lifespan, but also reduces climate change.
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Research from around the world is proving that Ashwagandha has numerous medicinal benefits. They also prove the effects of this ancient Ayurvedic herbal remedy are more than just anecdotal.
Research from around the world is confirming that gingivitis, periodontal disease and tooth decay are associated with different forms of heart disease.
Research is continuing to prove that taking nutritional dietary supplements can prevent chronic diseases and save billions of dollars of healthcare costs.
Banana peels are healthier than you think. Research finds they help prevent artery disease.
Multiple studies have now shown that the Mediterranean diet significantly reduces the risk of heart disease and artery disease.
Regular consumption of avocado reduces our risk of metabolic syndrome. Effects of avocados includes lowering triglycerides and bad cholesterol, reducing weight, dropping inflammation and lowering blood sugar.
Researchers from Colorado State University have confirmed that increased intake of fiber doesn’t just help colon health. It also reduces the toxic effects of secondhand smoke.
Several recent studies have determined that peanuts can reduce the risk of dying from cancer, heart disease and 7 other medical conditions. This new evidence comes in addition to peanuts providing an abundance of nutrients.
Adding to their heart-healthy benefits, Harvard researchers have determined that increasing our intake of nuts decreases our risk of diabetes and pancreatic cancer.
Research from the Washington University School of Medicine indicates that isolated resveratrol may not increase metabolic health or cardiovascular function in healthy people.
Rose hips have been used for centuries in traditional medicine for multiple ailments. Scientific research now validates this very medicinal food.
Despite the many pundits claiming that diets overloaded in saturated fats are healthier, new and old evidence proves that consuming too much saturated fat reduces cardiovascular health, and consuming more complex carbohydrates improves our cardiovascular health.
Nuts are nutritious, and our gut bacteria like them too. Turns out nuts and probiotics help our heart.
A recent meta-analysis of 96 studies shows that plant-based diets could save hundreds of thousands of lives every year from heart disease and cancer. Another study shows that children with heart disease also benefit from a plant-based diet.
Multiple studies have shown that eating a diet rich in a particular plant nutrient reduces the risk of heart attacks and lowers blood pressure.