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Cranberry juice helps reduce heart disease risk

Multiple antioxidant substances in cranberries can reduce several risk factors for heart disease including blood fat and sugar levels and inflammation


15 May, 2015
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How air travel alters our sense of taste

The unnatural atmosphere of airplane cabins do something strange to our tastebuds, significantly changing the way we perceive flavours


14 May, 2015
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Healthy food choices? Eat an apple before food shopping

New research shows that people who ate an apple before shopping bought 28% more fruits and vegetables than those who didn’t


30 April, 2015
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A mushroom a day for better immunity?

Regular consumption of shiitake mushrooms, prized in traditional Asian medicine for their health-giving properties, can help improve immune function, say US researchers


21 April, 2015
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Pomegranate-date combo keeps you heart healthy

Pomegranates and dates are delicious, increasingly trendy, and when consumed together, are a winning combination in the war against heart disease.


7 April, 2015
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Mushrooms aid blood sugar control

Eating more mushrooms could help reduce blood sugar levels after a meal, benefitting both healthy people and those with diabetes, a recent study has found.


16 March, 2015
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Emulsifier food additives promote inflammation, obesity

Emulsifiers, used widely in processed foods, can alter the natural balance of gut flora causing an inflammatory response linked to diseases like colitis and metabolic syndrome


2 March, 2015
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Colouring used in some sodas poses cancer risk

Soda drinkers are ingesting caramel food colouring, a substance that can raise cancer risk over a lifetime, say researchers


23 February, 2015
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Sugary drinks linked to earlier onset of menstruation

New evidence shows that girls who frequently consume sugary drinks tend to start their periods earlier and as a result raise their risk of breast cancer


28 January, 2015
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Cholesterol lowering effect of oat beta-glucan

Daily consumption of at least 3 grams of oat beta-glucan may reduce cholesterol levels, by more than previously thought, say scientists


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