Why Food Could Be the Best Medicine of All
Can changing your diet combat chronic diseases like diabetes? Source: Why Food Could Be the Best Medicine of Read more
Mediterranean diet may protect against late-life depression
Data presented here suggest that adhering to a Mediterranean diet may protect against the development of depressive symptoms in older age. Source: Mediterranean diet may protect against Read more
Don’t wash your water bottle? Expect to find mold
In case you’ve become acquainted with mold in water bottle action, this expert explains how to prevent it from ever happening again. Source: Don’t wash your water bottle? Expect Read more on Well + Good
Eating for Eye Health 
As America ages, it’s more important than ever to prioritize vision-protective nutrients and foods. Source: Eating for Eye Health – Food & Nutrition Read more
Is Chlorophyll Water Healthy?
The plant nutrient may support health in certain populations, but many claims are Read more on U.S. News
Folic acid supplements show potential as ‘novel’ protective measure for gestational diabetes
Women who take at least 400 µg per day of folic acid supplements before they become pregnant may be at lower risk for the development of gestational diabetes, according to findings Read more on Healio
Fertility and Food: Factors to Consider for Conception
In the United States, approximately 6 percent of married women up to 44 years old are unable to get pregnant after one year of trying, and about 12 percent of all women have difficulty Read more on Food & Nutrition
Mechanisms Of Mediterranean Diets
Mediterranean diets are considered to be one of the healthiest beneficial diets to promote weight Read more on World Health
Is honey in coffee actually a healthier sweetener?
Everyone knows sugar is unhealthy, but what about putting honey in coffee? Do the health benefits outweigh the negatives? A registered dietitian weighs Read more on Well + Good
Diabetes Education Services Joy of Six Sugar Campaign
Create sugar awareness in your community. Limit added sugar to 6 teaspoons a day. Diabetes Education Services presents the sugar pledge. Source: Diabetes Education Services Joy of Six Sugar Read more
What Are Prebiotics?
But what are prebiotics? They’re essentially compounds that feed the friendly bacteria in the gut. They are largely fermentable carbohydrates – meaning us humans cannot digest Read more
Study: Coca-Cola Doesn’t ‘Walk Its Talk’ on Research Independence
The Coca-Cola Company may be exerting undue influence over public health studies that it funds at universities and other institutions, according to an analysis published Tuesday in Read more
What Happened When I Ate 25 Grams of Fiber Every Day
For a month, I ate the recommended amount of fiber intake: 25 grams. It meant adjusting my already healthful diet a bit, but the benefits were legit. Source: What Happened When I Ate 25 Read more
Saturated fat should be maximum 10 percent of diet, WHO says
A person’s diet should contain only 10 percent of saturated fats and 1 percent from trans fats, according to new World Health Organization guidelines. Source: Saturated fat should be Read more
Colors of the Rainbow: talking about healthy eating to 4 year olds!
It is the British Nutrition Foundation’s Healthy Eating week this week (1st-5th June 2015), so I volunteered myself to go into my daughters nursery school to talk to the children about my Read more
Better Diet Tied to Bigger Brains
Healthier diets were associated with larger brain tissue volume in a long-running Dutch cohort study, suggesting that nutrition might affect neurodegeneration through brain structure. Read more
Broccoli – the DNA whisperer
Since the age of 10, Tom Malterre has been fascinated by the science of nutrition. In his quest to understand the genius of food, he has achieved both a bachelor’s and master’s Read more
No, calories on menus won’t slim down America
This month, a long-delayed regulation came into effect requiring all food chains with 20 or more locations to list calorie information on their Read more on Chicago Tribune