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Are spicy foods the key to a longer life?

Including spicy foods like chillies as part of your weekly diet is associated with a lower risk of disease and premature death, according a new study.

19 August, 2015
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It’s good to be a foodie

Although being a ‘foodie’ is associated with indulgence and excess, foodies tend to weigh less and may be healthier than their less-adventurous counterparts.

6 July, 2015
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Blackcurrants boost brain health

Two varieties of blackcurrant have been found to reduce oxidative stress in the brain and boost cognitive performance and alertness in healthy individuals

29 June, 2015
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Fermented foods calm social anxiety

Fermented foods can favorably change the environment in the gut, lowering feelings of self-consciousness, shyness and loneliness, according to US researchers

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Balanced diet essential for mental health

New research argues that that the future of psychiatry should embrace nutrition as essential to maintaining better mental health and quality of life

16 June, 2015
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Western diet worsens prognosis of prostate cancer

Surviving a diagnosis of prostate cancer can be greatly helped by switching from a high meat/high fat Western diet to a more healthy plant-based diet

10 June, 2015
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Omega-3 – could it prevent future criminal behaviour?

US researchers suggest that early dietary interventions, or supplementation, with marine omega-3 fatty acids could improve child behaviour and even reduce the future crime rates

19 May, 2015
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Alkalise your diet to protect your kidneys

Eating a diet high in alkaline foods can take pressure off your kidneys and slow the progress of kidney disease, say researchers

10 March, 2015
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Choose the vegetarian option to lower risk of colorectal cancers

Eating a vegetarian diet, especially if it includes some fish, is associated with a lower risk of colorectal cancers says a new study

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Coconut oil & exercise combo lowers blood pressure

New evidence from Brazil shows potential for combining coconut oil and exercise to reduce oxidative stress on the heart and fight hypertension.

16 February, 2015
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