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Vegans and vegetarians, take note. Your diet definitely does have its advantages, but it's not all peaches and coconut milk cream.
Timing meals later at night can cause weight gain and impair fat metabolism.
A single minute of exercise each day is linked to better bone health in women, new research shows.
Researchers have found that diabetics need to work extra hard in order to see the benefits of exercise.
Researchers have found that individual reactions to bread can be determined by examining gut bacteria and for some people, white bread is better than whole wheat.
But what do you do if you spend most of your mealtimes alone? Would you believe eating in front of a mirror can elevate your mood?
Long-term benefits are due to the bioactive compounds in the leaves, such as catechins, theaflavins, thearubigins and L-theanine.
This is the first study to demonstrate improvements in cardiac structure and function to be recorded following an exercise intervention in type 2 diabetes.
This study looked at how decadent-sounding descriptions can increase vegetable consumption drastically.
Researchers looked at the impact of exercise and nutrition intervention on muscle mass and muscle function in subjects aged 60 years and older.
A study by the American College of Cardiology compared the accuracy of the two main types of heart rate monitors with interesting results.
Food labels are deliberately manipulated to encourage you to buy the products.
Low to moderate wine intake can prevent neurodegenerative diseases (like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's) from setting in.
Glucose sensing in skeletal muscles contributes to the body's overall regulation of blood sugar levels, according to new research.
Cinnamon may lessen the risk of cardiovascular damage of a high-fat diet by activating the body's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory systems.
It may not be a normal part of aging, but the Alzheimer's risk doubles every five years once you hit 65. But what if there was a way to protect your brain against it?
A lot of men tend to agree with the statement that "things go downhill after 35." What if there were a pill for that?