A new study has found that higher consumption of ultra-processed foods is associated with an increased risk of CVD incidence and mortality, with each additional daily serving found to further increase risk.
The authors suggest "the analysis of microbiota should be included in the comprehensive assessment generally performed in populations at high risk for SMD as it can inform predictive models and ultimately preventative strategies.”
A recent study of medical students and doctors found that over 70% had received less than two hours nutrition training while at medical school.
Professor Richard Bazinet, Ph.D. will present on "Updates to the n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthesis pathway". 17.3.21 at 3pm (GMT) - Free registration now open.
Eighty grams of sugar daily, which is equivalent to about 0,8 liters of a normal soft drink, boosts fat production in the liver.
Maternal exercise only during pregnancy can prevent the transmission of metabolic diseases from parent to child.
New research has suggested that taking icosapent ethyl is a new way to further reduce the risk of stroke in patients with atherosclerosis or who are at high risk of stroke, who have elevated triglyceride levels and are already taking statins.
A new study has identified that one of the major factors of age-related brain deterioration is the loss of a substance called myelin.
To be well and vital and help prevent certain diseases, like obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, and many other conditions, we need to prioritize sleep.
The dark side of antibiotics and what we can do about it
Researchers found that exposure to a processed diet, which is representative of a typical Western diet, led to persistent differences in fungal communities that significantly associated with differential deposition of body mass in male mice, as compared to mice fed a standardized diet.
Dr Rob Winwood, CSci FIFST, Proprietor of Winwood Bioscience, will examine what is known about the efficacy of specific nutrients, individually and in combination, in relation to delaying the onset of Mild Cognitive Impairment. Thursday 25.2.21 at 11:00am
Never has there been a more prescient time to raise awareness of the importance of a healthy lifestyle as a first line of defence against disease and viruses.
This study found that people consuming a diet in the highest 20 percent of glycemic index were 50 percent more likely to have a cardiovascular attack, stroke, or death if they had a pre-existing heart condition.
This seminar, presented by Professor Philip Calder BSc(Hons), PhD, DPhil, RNutr, FRSB, FAfN (Bio), describes inflammation, its role in immune defense and how it is linked to many different health conditions.
A recent survey has found 47% of people were experiencing poorer sleep than usual during the pandemic, compared with 25% before COVID hit.
This new study shows that fructose causes the immune system to become inflamed and that process produces more reactive molecules which are associated with inflammation - this could lead to disease.
Food researchers debate whether highly processed foods like potato chips and ice cream are addictive, triggering our brains to overeat.
Researchers have identified distinct signatures in the gut microbiome that are associated with either healthy or unhealthy aging trajectories, which in turn predict survival in a population of older individuals.
The report, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, is important because it suggests that intervention in a modifiable condition (cardiovascular disease) could prevent the development of dementia, a disease for which there is currently no cure.