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‘Nutritionally active’ supplement could help fight heart disease

A combination of marine fish oil, cocoa extract and phytosterols could hold the key to reducing the risk of heart failure due to atherosclerosis.

28 April, 2016

Fast food – with a side order of phthalates

If you live on a diet of fast foods you may be consuming more than you bargained for – specifically higher levels of potentially harmful chemicals known as phthalates, according to a new research.

14 April, 2016

Depression ups the risk of type-2 diabetes

Depression and a whole host of metabolic factors can combine to boost the risk of developing diabetes, according to new research

13 April, 2016

Add pea fibre to aid weight loss

Consuming yellow pea fibre daily may help reduce body fat and energy intake in overweight and obese adults, according to a new study.

21 March, 2016

Eat more leafy greens to reduce glaucoma risk

New evidence shows that higher consumption of dietary nitrates via green leafy vegetables could lower the risk of developing glaucoma by 20-30%.

2 February, 2016

Daily aged garlic helps keep arteries clear

US researchers show that supplementing with aged garlic can help slow the progression of atherosclerosis and reverse the early stages of heart disease.

26 January, 2016

Probiotics can help lower cholesterol

Recent research confirms that probiotics – especially when taken in foods like yoghurt – can help lower cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

4 January, 2016

Chewing slower helps kids keep the weight off

It’s simple, inexpensive, doesn’t require taking any medications and, according to a new study, can help in the fight against childhood obesity.

18 December, 2015

Are black raspberries the new superberries?

New research suggests that black raspberries have a significantly higher level of beneficial antioxidants than either red raspberries or blackberries.

14 December, 2015

Home-cooked meals lower diabetes risk

When it comes to lowering your risk of developing type-2 diabetes, eating more home-made meals is a simple way to improve your long-term health.

14 December, 2015