Consuming more fruits, vegetables, and tea, which are rich in antioxidant flavanols, may lead to a slower rate of cognitive decline, a new study suggests.
Weight regain following weight loss from dieting is common. A recent study shows that high-protein diets may promote weight management by reducing levels of a gut bacteria linked to intestinal fat…
A review of research on nutrition has found that a longevity diet that slows aging and extends lifespan is mostly pescatarian or vegetarian that promotes fasting periods.
A study in rats suggest that microdosing psilocybin, the active compound in magic mushrooms, may help treat mental health conditions
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New research from Japan-based researchers suggests that gut bacteria may influence normal sleep patterns by altering neurotransmitters in the brain.
A new study found that a diet high in ultra-processed foods increases the risk of colorectal cancer in men. Another study shows that ultra-processed foods present a higher risk of both all-cause and…
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