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Study finds heart protective effects of sea buckthorn

A new review suggests that supplementing with nutrient- and antioxidant-rich sea buckthorn oil could help protect against heart disease.

5 February, 2018

Turmeric shows benefits in lowering LDL cholesterol

Pooled evidence from several trials suggests that regularly consuming turmeric, or its active constituent curcumin, could help lower some of the risk factors for heart disease.

19 January, 2018

Diet can reduce adverse effects of breast cancer treatment

The quality of a woman’s diet, and especially her intake of cruciferous vegetables and phytoestrogen containing foods like soya, can lessen the adverse effects of treatment.

15 December, 2017

Breakfast is the healthiest meal of the day

Ensuring you get enough nutrition – and an adequate number of calories – at breakfast can promote long term health.

4 December, 2017

Fight salty cravings with spicy food

Chinese scientists studying food cravings have found that a preference for spicy foods often means people consume less salt.

22 November, 2017

Switch to organic to feed the world, fight climate change

A worldwide conversion to organic farming can contribute to a comprehensive and sustainable food system, especially if combined with other sustainable measures.

16 November, 2017

Mushrooms help fight premature ageing

Mushrooms contain high amounts of two antioxidants which, scientists suggest, could help fight ageing and bolster health.

13 November, 2017

The superfoods that can help fight arthritis

Ginger, blueberries, olive oil and green tea are among the ‘superfoods’ which a new scientific report suggests can help fight rheumatoid arthritis – without harmful side effects.

9 November, 2017

Tart cherry juice could help you sleep longer

A couple of glasses of tart cherry juice a day could be a natural way to extend your sleep time by up to 84 minutes per night, with none adverse effects of conventional drugs.

7 November, 2017

Add wholegrains to encourage weight loss and more

In a new study of overweight people, including more wholegrains in the diet was shown to reduce inflammation and appetite and encourage weight loss.

3 November, 2017