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Spirulina has anti-fatigue benefits, study shows

Supplementing with spirulina may increase people’s ability to resist mental and physical fatigue in both the short- and long-term, according to new preliminary data.

27 September, 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

A ‘dose’ of nature – just what the doctor ordered

Scientists from Australia and the UK say a ‘minimum dose’ of nature for us all could significantly reduce rates of depression and high blood pressure.

6 July, 2016

Yerba maté tea speeds muscle recovery post-exercise

New evidence suggests that yerba maté tea could help repair muscles and improve strength recovery immediately after eccentric exercise.

19 May, 2016

Want to live longer? Surround yourself with green

A new study shows that, for women, the more green vegetation there is near your home, the better it is for your health and longevity.

21 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

Water drinking leads to healthier food choices

Increasing water consumption by as little as 1% has been shown to reduce total daily calorie, saturated fat, sugar, sodium and cholesterol intake.

4 March, 2016

How antiperspirants alter skin biology

US scientists discover that using a deodorant or anti-perspirant rearranges the natural balance of microbes – both good and bad – of your skin.

4 February, 2016

FDA bans three toxic food packaging chemicals

Chemicals linked to cancer and birth defects, and commonly used in pizza boxes, microwave popcorn bags, sandwich wrappers are being taken off the menu.

11 January, 2016