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06 June 2016 - Medscape - High-Fat Mediterranean Diet Does Not Lead to Weight Gain

Following a Mediterranean diet that is not calorie restricted and is high in healthy fats from olive oil or nuts does not cause weight gain over 5 years compared with a low-fat diet, according to results from this study.






25 May 2016 - FoodNavigator - Artificial sweeteners cut calories but may affect glucose control in obese: Study

Artificial sweeteners may help obese individuals cut calories and lose weight but a new study has suggested that these sugar substitutes impair how glucose is utilised in the body.








11 May 2016 - Nutraingredients - Good nutrition has large say in kids' social behaviour, research suggests

Promoting good nutrition in early life is not only good for health but also social behaviour and development, a study has demonstrated. The findings provide a positive slant to the often-held view that poor diet negatively influences early childhood development.





05 May 2016 - MNT - Schizophrenia, bipolar tied to yeast infection

Schizophrenia, bipolar tied to yeast infection




26 April 2016 - Scientific American - Do Vitamins and Supplements Make Antidepressants More Effective?

Researchers have found that taking some nutritional supplements — such as omega-3 fish oil and Vitamin D — could increase the efficacy of antidepressants among people who suffer from clinical depression.