The Latest in Nutrition Research
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Why are Black Americans sicker and die younger than their white counterparts, and what can we do about it?
Those eating plant-based tend to be so much slimmer that their bone mass may suffer.
How to choose the healthiest coffee, and the effects of adding milk vs. soymilk.
Those eating plant-based have a reduced load of antibiotic resistance genes in their gut.
Are rare sugars like allulose a healthy alternative for traditional sweeteners?
The effects of cell phone radiation on sleep quantity and quality.
How safe are fourth-generation sweeteners, such as the rare sugar allulose?
Swapping just 1 percent of plant protein in place of animal protein was associated with signiﬁcantly less age-related deﬁcit accumulation.
The natural plant-based sweeteners stevia and monk fruit (Luo Han Guo) are pitted head-to-head against aspartame and Splenda.
What foods should we eat and avoid to reduce our risk of Afib?
There is little guarantee that a dietary supplement will actually contain what is advertised on the packaging and not have undeclared contaminants.
Even if alcohol causes cancer and there is no “French paradox,” what about the famous J-shaped curve, where excessive drinking is bad, but light drinkers appear to have lower mortality than abstainers?
What food can eradicate H. pylori in the majority of patients?
What explains the Achilles’ heel in certain Asian diets?
Do the benefits of beans, and lentils, and chickpeas remain when they’re powdered? Also, how to use temperature stress to boost sprout nutrition.
Coffee can improve Parkinson’s symptoms within three weeks compared to placebo, but do the benefits last?
Our gut flora is determined by what we eat, for good or for ill.
Is butter—and other saturated fats—bad for you or not?
Why don’t more big payors in health care embrace plant-based eating?
The hormonal benefits of fenugreek extend beyond the muscle-bulking testosterone boost.