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Nutrient rich diet could help keep you younger for longer

A new study shows that regular consumption of foods rich in vitamin C, folate and potassium, earlier in life, can ‘delay biological ageing’.

24 October, 2016

‘Fountain of youth’ hormone triggered by diet

A low-protein, high-carbohydrate diet may be the most effective way to trigger a hormone with life-extending and obesity-fighting benefits.

11 October, 2016

Moderate almond consumption could help reduce cholesterol

A small serving of almonds daily could reduce certain kinds of ‘bad’ cholesterol and help to keep your heart healthy, according to new research.

11 October, 2016

Ayurvedic detox regimen reduces inflammation, heart disease risk

Just 6 days of diet, meditation, yoga and massage produced measurable changes in the blood associated with lower inflammation, cardiovascular disease risk and cholesterol regulation.

13 September, 2016

Mediterranean diet keeps you alive for longer

If you have heart disease, a Mediterranean style diet could reduce your risk of early death twice as much as conventional drugs.

30 August, 2016

Forgetful? Try eating a Mediterranean diet

New evidence shows that, in addition to being heart healthy, a Mediterranean diet can improve your memory and other brain functions, as well.

11 August, 2016

Adults across the world not getting enough omega-3

A new analysis shows that, in many areas of the world, otherwise healthy individuals’ blood levels of essential omega-3 are very low – risking potentially longer-term health problems.

10 August, 2016

Nut consumption helps reduce inflammation

Five or more servings of nuts per week, or substituting nuts for animal proteins, could help keep inflammation under control, according to a recent study.

4 August, 2016

Eat more vegetable protein to help extend life

The largest study into the health effects of different types of dietary protein shows that a high intake of plant-based protein is associated with a lower risk of early death.

2 August, 2016

Tea and grape compounds could help burn fat

New evidence suggests that antioxidant polyphenols from grapes and green tea could help the body burn fat more efficiently.

12 July, 2016