Nuts’ healthy powers may lie in their relationship with inflammation, according to new research.
Results from the OMEGA-REMODEL clinical trial suggest improved heart function and reduced scarring in patients who took omega-3s after heart attack.
A high-fiber diet triggered immune reactions in mice that reduced their response to foods they were allergic to.
Research among Asian subjects supports earlier research on North Americans and Europeans that finds that low levels of vitamin D may double the risk of cognitive decline.
A recent review of research found that even Mediterranean diets that allowed unlimited healthy fats could still be beneficial to health.
British health officials suggest citizens take supplements during fall and winter.
A review of research finds that daily probiotics may, indeed, help people shed weight and reduce BMI.
A recent long-term study including more than 126,000 subjects clarifies how eating different fats affects mortality.
Nutritional interventions may provide symptom relief despite uncertainty about leaky gut theory.