Eating walnuts just two or three times a week can reduce the risk of type two diabetes by a almost a quarter, according to new research. (RT @baledoneen: Delicious news: walnuts cut diabetes risk by 25%.
The only pragmatic and workable solution to help beat the global health battle against obesity and non-communicable diseases is for industry and policy makers to work together to reformulate processed foods with better nutritional values, says Jack...
Mediterranean diet aims to keep heart healthy The Courier-Journal A recent analysis of more than 1.5 million healthy adults who were on the Mediterranean diet showed a reduced incidence of cancer and cancer mortality, and a reduced incidence of...
New research led by researchers with the Shamatha Project at the University of California, Davis suggests that focusing on the present rather than allowing the mind to drift may help lower levels of stress hormones.
Step Away From The Chips! Healthy Snacks To Eat On The Go Huffington Post Canada Add hemp seeds or ground flax for a dose of healthy omega fats. Get some potassium and fibre by throwing a banana into the blender.
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Aping a wild gorilla's eating habits could dramatically improve your health -- or may even add years to your life, by reducing your risk for killer diseases like diabetes, heart attack, stroke and dementia.
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