Bacteria Compete with Human Hosts for Longevity Vitamin

Gainesville, FL—New research shows that disease-causing bacteria compete with their human hosts for a key micronutrient: queuine, called a “longevity vitamin” by Dr. Bruce...

Red Wine Associated with Gut Health, Research Suggests

London, England—People who drink red wine have better gut health, according to a new study from King’s College London. A team of researchers explored the...

Mushroom Consumption May Reduce Risk of Prostate Cancer, Study Suggests

Japan—Mushroom consumption may reduce the risk of development of prostate cancer among middle-aged and elderly Japanese men, according to a study published in the...

Mediterranean-Keto Could Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s, Study Suggests

Winston-Salem, NC—Researchers at Wake Forest School of Medicine found that a modified Mediterranean-ketogenic diet could help reduce levels of Alzheimer’s markers, according to a...

Coffee Intake Associated with Lower Risk of Symptomatic Gallstones

Coffee intake is associated with low risk of symptomatic gallstone disease (GSD), according to a new study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine. Researchers...

Diet Causes Child’s Blindness

An extreme case of picky eating caused a 17-year-old’s blindness, according to a case study from the University of Bristol. The patient, who had first...

More Research Links Nuts with Heart Health Benefits

Paris, France--Eating nuts like walnuts, almonds, pistachios and hazelnuts twice a week is associated with a 17% lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease...

BioCell Collagen Visibly Reduces Signs of Aging, Study Finds

Irvine, CA—BioCell Collagen was found in a new study to visibly reduce common signs of skin aging within 12 weeks of daily use, according...

Diet During Pregnancy Could Protect Children from Alzheimer’s Disease, Study Suggests

A high-fat diet during gestation may protect children against Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study from Temple University. Senior investigator Domenico Praticò, M.D., professor...

New Study Allows Researchers to Calculate Proper Dose of Omega-3s

Sioux Falls, SD—A new study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has made it possible for researchers to calculate how much omega-3...

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