An extensive study has confirmed that the risk of developing celiac disease is connected to the amount of gluten children consume. The new study is observational and therefore does not prove causation; however, it is the most comprehensive of its kind to date.
The contrast between the traditional Inuit diet on the one hand, and dietary habits on the Indian subcontinent on the other, underlines the extraordinary adaptability of human beings where nutritional needs are concerned. The importance of these considerations must be evaluated at a time when many groups of activists promote a great diversity of well-defined diets.
The keto diet is often not the performance boosting mechanism it is claimed to be, according to one expert.
Research reveals how our choice of diet can weaken our gut immune system and lead to the development of diabetes.
In this study, lowering intracellular calcium in the brains of ageing mice rejuvenated their synapses, with potential significance for age-related health issues in humans.
Study reveals a gut-brain connection that helps explain how eating too much 'switches off' satiety signals, leading to obesity.
We all know that the use of tobacco, alcohol and drugs harms our own health. But many people are not aware that their use of these substances can sometimes also affect the health and well-being of others – including their own children.
Study suggests that vitamin D supplementation may alleviate ADHD symptoms.
In this study, sponsored by Wiley's, patients with Parkinson's disease had significantly lower levels of vitamin D in their blood. Also, patients with lower vitamin D levels were more likely to fall, and to experience sleep problems, depression, and anxiety.
Dietary intake of phosphatidylcholine - sourced mainly from eggs and meat - is associated with a reduced risk of dementia, and enhanced cognitive performance.
Early life stress, such as maternal separation, may cause long-term alterations to brain neurochemistry and the gut microbiome. The potential is there to modulate these detrimental effects using interventions such as prebiotics.
The Danish Food Agency is to increase the amount of iodine in salt in a move that looks to address a deficiency in pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as in the country’s general population.
Eating dark chocolate may positively affect mood and relieve depressive symptoms, finds a new study looking at whether different types of chocolate are associated with mood disorders.
Sesame allergy affects more than 1 million children and adults in the U.S., more than previously known, reports a new Northwestern Medicine study.
Hangovers reduce brain function and memory, according to new research.
The oxidative stress associated with Alzheimer's disease can be reduced by physical activity and a hefty dose of antioxidants in the diet.
A collection of new studies provides insight into how consumption of blueberries can contribute to healthy ageing.
New research presents the strongest evidence yet of a causal relationship between obesity and a wide range of serious conditions.
Research finds that choline, an essential micronutrient, can prevent fetal brain developmental problems that can occur when mothers use marijuana while pregnant.
No amount of alcohol use during pregnancy has been proven safe, and yet many nurses who provide prenatal care are failing to communicate the dangers.