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How to get strong and healthy bones

How to get strong and healthy bones

Read our latest tips on achieving strong and healthy bones and how to reduce your risk of osteoporosis and broken bones. Healthy bones protect our...
high fibre diet

High fibre diet reduces risk of antibiotic resistant infections

Eating a high fibre diet may be an effective way to reduce antimicrobial resistance (AMR), with research suggesting that consuming soluble fibre reduces antibiotic...
Study finds vegan diet boosts weight loss in overweight adults

Study finds vegan diet boosts weight loss in overweight adults

New analysis finds that following a vegan diet for at least 12 weeks may boost weight loss and glucose control in overweight adults or...
B12 deficiency in infants harms motor development

B12 deficiency in infants harms motor development

A new study finds that vitamin B12 deficiency in infants leads to poor motor development and anaemia. New research from Burkina Faso conducted by the...
planetary health diet

Majority of UK adolescents do not eat a planetary health diet

A new University of Birmingham study has revealed that most secondary school students in the UK are not eating a healthy and sustainable planetary...
vegetarian diet

How does a vegetarian diet impact child development?

Research from St. Michael’s Hospital of Unity Health Toronto suggests that children eating a vegetarian diet have similar growth and nutrition to children eating...
longevity diet

Is the longevity diet the key to a long and healthy life?

Two researchers from the US have developed the longevity diet, which they believe is the most optimal diet plan for living a longer and...
low-carb ketogenic diet

Low-carb ketogenic diet may prevent colorectal cancer

Scientists have discovered that a molecule produced through following a low-carb ketogenic diet may help suppress the development of colorectal cancer. Researchers from the Perelman...
Automated nutritional advice app helps people follow a healthier diet

Automated nutritional advice app helps people follow a healthier diet

Research from the University of Reading finds that personal nutritional advice from an app could promote healthier choices. The university’s biomedical engineering and human nutrition...
food cravings

Scientists discover how to stop unhealthy food cravings

Do you struggle to fight off the temptation of unhealthy food cravings? A team of US researchers may have found the solution, suggesting that...
Mediterranean diet

Mediterranean diet may prevent preeclampsia during pregnancy

A new US study has discovered that following a Mediterranean diet whilst pregnant can reduce the risk of preeclampsia, potentially illustrating how dietary interventions...
Understanding the emotional eating habits of children and their mothers

Understanding the emotional eating habits of children and their mothers

New research, published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, looks at the emotional eating habits of children and their mothers. Emotional...
Lower risk of diabetes with healthy plant-based diets

Lower risk of diabetes with healthy plant-based diets

A new study finds that following healthy plant-based diets can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in generally healthy individuals. Plant-based diets emphasise...
The science behind pregnancy cravings

The science behind pregnancy cravings

A groundbreaking discovery by researchers from the University of Barcelona has identified the neuronal mechanisms that control pregnancy cravings. Pregnancy cravings are common and are...
Study finds lack of sleep increases unhealthy abdominal fat

Study finds lack of sleep increases unhealthy abdominal fat

Lack of sleep combined with free access to food increases calorie consumption, leading to fat accumulation, especially in the abdominal area. A new discovery from...
Can consuming artificial sweeteners increase cancer risk?

Can consuming artificial sweeteners increase cancer risk?

A new study discovers that some artificial sweeteners are associated with increased cancer risk. Artificial sweeteners are low-calorie or calorie-free chemical substances used as an...
Understanding inflammatory bowel disease for targeted treatment 

Understanding inflammatory bowel disease for targeted treatment 

Scientists have developed a new computational biology method to improve inflammatory bowel disease understanding and targeted treatment.  Data indicates that around 500,000 people in the...
sources of protein

Eating multiple sources of protein may lower blood pressure risk

A Chinese study has found that eating a balanced diet comprised of various sources of protein is potentially effective at reducing the risk of...
Major benefits for MS patients following a ketogenic diet plan

Major benefits for MS patients following a ketogenic diet plan

A new study illuminated the link between significant improvements in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) and a ketogenic diet plan. A team of researchers from...
Is liquid fructose intake a risk factor for fatty liver disease?

Is liquid fructose intake a risk factor for fatty liver disease?

A new study has illustrated the impact of drinks with liquid fructose and a high-fat diet on short-term fatty liver disease prevalence. Research carried out...

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