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Could an intermittent fasting diet heal nerve damage?

Could an intermittent fasting diet heal nerve damage?

New research finds that an intermittent fasting diet changes gut bacteria activity in mice, increasing the ability to recover from nerve damage. Imperial College London...
What is mindfulness and how it can help your mental wellbeing

What is mindfulness and how it can help your mental wellbeing

Everything you need to know about mindfulness, best techniques and how to uplift your life through improved mental wellbeing. Mindfulness is taking the world by...
New study analyses how genes affect food choices and diet

New study analyses how genes affect food choices and diet

Preliminary findings indicate that taste-related genes could play a vital role in food choices, potentially influencing cardiometabolic health. New research suggests that taste perception genes...
New research provides insight into how diet affects colorectal cancer risk

New research provides insight into how diet affects colorectal cancer risk

University of Cincinnati research identifies how bacteria in different diets can affect colorectal cancer risk. Colorectal cancer risk rates continue to rise in younger populations,...
Top health benefits of drinking water

Top health benefits of drinking water

Drinking water is crucial for health and provides many benefits, from weight maintenance to improving mood. Drinking water provides a wealth of benefits for humans....
Six health conditions improved by plant-based diets

Six health conditions improved by plant-based diets

New commentary has outlined key benefits of plant-based diets that could help six health conditions such as diabetes and cancer. Published in the American Journal of...
dementia prevention

Seven healthy habits that may boost dementia prevention

New research has identified that seven healthy habits and lifestyle factors may provide effective dementia prevention, even among people with the highest genetic risk...
Protecting personal and planetary health with a plant-based diet

Protecting personal and planetary health with a plant-based diet

Health Europa Quarterly’s editor Lorna Rothery spoke to Dr Shireen Kassam, consultant haematologist and founder of Plant-based Health Professionals UK about the power of...
coronary heart disease risk

Cutting TV time may cut your coronary heart disease risk

Limiting your TV viewing to less than one hour per day could significantly reduce your coronary heart disease risk, with new research suggesting this...
Too much screen time reduces physical activity levels in children

Too much screen time reduces physical activity levels in children

A new randomised clinical trial shows that controlling screen time can increase physical activity levels in children. Screen time is a hot topic, with some...
Low GI diet helps heart disease patients lose weight

Low GI diet helps heart disease patients lose weight

New research finds that consuming a low glycaemic index (GI) diet promotes weight loss in patients with coronary artery disease. The Low GI index is...
How does exercise intensity impact your mood?

How does exercise intensity impact your mood?

New research may explain why exercise intensity could determine your mood state the following day. Exercise naturally increases ‘feel-good’ endorphins, the body’s natural happiness chemicals....
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...
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...
Obesity rates have reached epidemic levels in Europe

Obesity rates have reached epidemic levels in Europe

The new WHO European Regional Obesity Report 2022 reveals that overweight and obesity rates have reached epidemic proportions across the region. It has been revealed...
Adopt a healthier lifestyle and ease osteoarthritis symptoms

Adopt a healthier lifestyle and ease osteoarthritis symptoms

New guidance from NICE: Healthy lifestyle choices such as exercising can help ease osteoarthritis symptoms. Clinical evidence shows that a tailored exercise programme that includes...
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...
Fitness bands reveal physiological responses to the COVID-19 vaccine

Fitness bands reveal physiological responses to the COVID-19 vaccine

Researchers from Scripps Research finds data from fitness bands and other wearable devices can track physiological response to the COVID-19 vaccination. The research team analysed...
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...

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