A series of studies have found that improving prisoners’ nutrition reduces incidents of violence by, on average, 30 per cent.
Researchers have been able to directly link a stress factor in the brain to the cell's recycling system and obesity.
Unravelling the mysteries of nutrigenomics is likely to empower both present and future societies and generations.
Selenium—a mineral found in many foods—could reverse the cognitive impact of stroke and boost learning and memory in ageing brains, according to new research
This study suggests that daily maternal intake of sweetened carbonated drinks could be linked to a small increase in ADHD symptoms in offspring at eight years of age
Brain diseases, including Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, are closely connected to heart health.
This is the first direct evidence that daily supplementation may reduce Autoimmune disease incidence.
Could COVID be causing parosmia—a symptom where people experience strange and often unpleasant smell distortions?
A new study investigates the link between consuming sweeteners during pregnancy and a child's risk of obesity. Pregnant rats fed with stevia or aspartame gave birth to pups that had a higher risk of obesity and specific changes in their gut microbiome. The findings highlight the importance of maternal nutrition during pregnancy.
Many people struggle with sugar cravings, and now we have a better understanding of how the gut senses sugars (and why artificial sweeteners don't curb those cravings)
A neuroscientist explains how research indicates that consumption of sugary food is associated with mental distress – such as anxiety and depression – and disrupted sleep.
Plant-based meats are often high in sodium, ultra-processed and not any healthier than the meat they imitate
This research provides important information on the overall and specific benefits and adverse effects of 58 of the most commonly used nutraceuticals in ASD.
Vitamin B12 is an essential micronutrient which plays a role in supporting red blood cell production, energy, metabolism, and nerve function, but it is not found in plants.
The attraction to sweetness is so relentless that it has been called an addiction comparable to nicotine dependence.
63% of the kids had a least a 40% decrease in ADHD symptoms after the 'few-foods diet' in this study
Findings from a new study suggest population-wide benefits of adding choline to a standard prenatal vitamin regimen
Crisps, dry crackers and plain pasta may not be the most exciting foods but they are often the staples relied upon by children with a little-known eating disorder called ARFID
This research demonstrates that the excessive intake of simple sugar at the age of puberty could be an environmental risk factor of psychiatric disorders
As well as reducing the chance of getting a common cold, recent research shows that vitamin D supplementation reduces the severity and duration of common colds