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Two weeks to better health?

The time to change your diet is now! Swapping to a healthy and/or organic diet can have a dramatic effect on health and the risk of disease in as little as two weeks

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US gives the OK to GMO salmon

The US Food & Drug Administration has ignored crucial data to approve the world’s first GMO animal intended for human consumption.

24 November, 2015
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Sea salt contaminated with microbeads

Chinese scientists have found worrying levels of microplastics, which are common cosmetic ingredients, in samples of sea salt

16 November, 2015
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Rainforest honey boosts antioxidant levels in smokers

Tualang honey, which is rich in antioxidants, may help reduce some of the harm smokers cause themselves – and via passive smoking, others – through the free radicals generated by cigarettes

13 November, 2015
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Love rice? Keep it colourful!

Not all processing has an equally detrimental effect on the nutritional quality of rice, according to new research

19 October, 2015
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How caffeine resets your body clock

New evidence shows that drinking strong coffee three hours before bed-time can give you ‘jet lag’ by turning the body clock back nearly an hour.

1 October, 2015
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Tart cherries protect athletes from respiratory infections & more

Juice made from tart cherries may reduce inflammation and the risk of upper respiratory tract symptoms after running a marathon.

4 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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Fitness foods encourage us to eat more, exercise less

Food labels can mislead consumers into thinking that regular snacking is a fitness activity, say researchers

30 June, 2015
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Longer life for lovers of tree nuts and peanuts

A new study confirms a link between peanut and tree nut intake and lower mortality rates, but finds no protective effect for peanut butter.

11 June, 2015
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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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