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Which diet is the best, really?

How many times have you been asked that question? And how many times have you seen a promotion of the latest and greatest diet that is presumably the fail-safe way to lose weight and get healthy? I think we have all seen that, ultimately, few people are successful with...

source: By Amy Bertram
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An increasing number of studies are looking into the therapeutic goodness of nutrients in fighting the signs of aging. According to experts, there are actually various effects that the aging process could produce like the appearance of...

source: Newswire

Researchers discovered that the makeup of a person's gut microbiome is linked to their levels of active vitamin D, and revealed a new understanding of vitamin D and how it's typically measured. Our gut microbiomes — the many bacteria, viruses and other microbes living...

source: University of California - San Diego via ScienceDaily

How often do you get out and enjoy the sunshine? If the answer is not much, you may want to start thinking about other ways to get a regular dose of vitamin D. According to estimates, vitamin D deficiency affects roughly 1 billion people worldwide — and almost half...

source: MDLinx

New findings on additional benefits of walnut consumption highlight its ability to help reduce the risk of heart disease in older adults. Researchers from Loma Linda University School of Public Health and the Lipid Clinic at the...

source: Loma Linda University Health

Frequent, short exercise sessions may be better for diabetes patients' blood vessels than longer and fewer workouts, and that may reduce their risk of heart disease, according to a new study. People with type 2 diabetes are at increased risk for heart disease and reduced...

source: MedicalXpress

We know that spending hour after hour sitting down isn't good for us, but just how much exercise is needed to counteract the negative health impact of a day at a desk? A new study suggests about 30-40 minutes per day of building up a sweat should do it.

source: Science Alert


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