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What makes a ‘powerhouse’ vegetable?

Watercress, Chinese cabbage, chard and beet greens have been shown to provide the most nutrients per calorie
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Fruit & veg gives skin a sun-kissed glow

Forget sun beds, sunbathing and fake tanning lotions, say UK researchers; the secret to a sexy, healthy glow lies in eating your five-a-day


31 August, 2014
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Some saturated fats could protect against diabetes

Not all saturated fats are created equal. A new study shows that some – particularly those found in dairy products – could protect against type-2 diabetes


7 August, 2014
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Eating less meat could help conserve water

The world is running out of water but, say researchers, cutting back on meat may be one way to help conserve more for future generations


5 August, 2014
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Whey protein benefits for blood sugar and weight control

Studies show that whey protein, as part of the diet, can aid muscle growth and weight loss as well as help stabilise blood sugar control


10 July, 2014
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White bread boosts gut-friendly bacteria

If you love white bread, but feel guilty about eating it, here’s some good news about its nutritional benefits


24 June, 2014
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Gluten-free diet clears ‘brain fog’ in those with celiac disease

Gluten sensitivity doesn’t just affect the gut, it can affect the brain as well leading to loss of focus and memory; but a change of diet could help


17 June, 2014
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Eat more grapes to alleviate painful knee osteoarthritis

New evidence suggests the antioxidant polyphenols in grapes can help relive pain and inflammation for those suffering from knee osteoarthritis


19 May, 2014
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Low-fat diet lifts MS fatigue

Following a low-fat, plant-based diet can help improve mood and feelings of fatigue in people with multiple sclerosis


15 May, 2014
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Can vitamin A stop cancer before it starts?

Tiny amounts of the vitamin A derivative, retionoic acid, may be able to stop pre-cancerous cells from developing into full-blown cancer


3 April, 2014
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More fruit and veg – the ‘secret’ of a long, healthy life

Improvements in health rise and the risk of dying prematurely drops for every daily portion of fresh vegetables and fruits we consume, according to a new study


1 April, 2014
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