Titanium dioxide, a common food additive, could reduce our ability to absorb some nutrients, according to new research.
Not just a bone booster, the vitamin plays a complex role in building and maintaining muscle, according to new research.
Olive oil’s ability to help “good” cholesterol function may be the key to the diet’s heart benefits according to new research.
In a recent study, mice treated with a dose of omegas after experiencing stroke-like conditions had significantly less brain damage than those who didn’t get the omegas.
Those with lower blood levels of vitamin D benefit the most. And almost nobody in North America gets enough vitamin D from the sun between November and March.
Swapping whole grains for refined grains cranked up metabolism and reduced calories in a new study.