Experimental Biology 2016 Presents New Abstracts on Walnut Consumption and Healthy Aging, as well as Gut Health, Hunger and Satiety, and Metabolic Health. Initial findings from the Walnuts and Healthy Aging (WAHA) study presented at..
Consumption of broccoli has increased in the United States over the last few decades as scientists have reported that eating the vegetable three to five times per week can lower the risk of many types..
Eating peanut in early years helps reduce risk of allergy even with later abstinence, study suggests
A new study suggests that the majority of infants at high-risk of developing peanut allergy are protected from peanut allergy at age 5 years if they eat peanut frequently, starting within the first 11 months..
Skimping on sleep has long been associated with overeating, poor food choices and weight gain. Now a new study shows how sleep loss initiates this process, amplifying and extending blood levels of a chemical signal..
High-cholesterol diet, eating eggs do not increase risk of heart attack, not even in persons genetically predisposed, study finds
A new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows that a relatively high intake of dietary cholesterol, or eating one egg every day, are not associated with an elevated risk of incident coronary heart..
Almost all of our genes may be influenced by the food we eat, suggests new research published today in the journal Nature Microbiology. The study, carried out in yeast — which can be used to model..
Aging is associated with a number of changes that cause the body to function less efficiently, including the way the body controls water and sodium levels. Research has shown that as humans and animals age,..
Thousands flock to the internet in search of ways to boost a healthy lifestyle. Many popular diet facts and trends are circulated so often in the media that it’s hard to know which tips to..
An assessment of organic farming relative to conventional farming illustrates that organic systems better balance the four areas of sustainability.Credit: Reganold and Wachter Washington State University researchers have concluded that feeding a growing global population..
Consumption of a normal diet stimulates cells in the gut that suppress rejection of food by the immune system. Knowing this could explain why children, who have more limited exposure to novel foods than adults,..