New research suggests there is another simple tool to fight off high blood sugar, high blood pressure and high cholesterol: restricting your eating time to a daily 10-hour window.
Certain foods, such as pizza, crisps and chocolate biscuits are easy to keep eating, even when we're full. In such foods, a synergy between key ingredients creates an artificially enhanced palatability experience that is greater than any key ingredient would produce alone. Researchers call this hyperpalatability.
Research looking at vitamin A and brain response in butterflies has broader implications for human health.
Research shows that levels of cholesterol and fat in a newborn's blood can reliably predict that child's psychological and social health five years later.
If pregnant women take significant amounts of the psychostimulants coffee, nicotine and amphetamine during pregnancy, their children have a higher risk of developing neurological and psychiatric problems later in life.
Introducing certain foods to infants early on can prevent them from developing an allergy - study
Studies indicate that pregnant women do not meet nutritional recommendations for vegetable, cereal grain, folate, iron or calcium intake requirements.
While each person's gut microbiome is unique and tends to remain relatively stable, daily transient fluctuations are observed, and diet is a key modifiable factor.
Probiotic found to lessen symptoms of colic in babies, resulting in better sleep patterns.
A leading nutritionist is calling for greater awareness of vitamin D deficiency in younger healthy populations that are becoming susceptible to an increased diabetes risk as a result.
Seasonal lattes and hot chocolates being sold by some High Street coffee chains can contain up to 23 spoonfuls of sugar per cup, a study has found.
Exposure to cadmium, a known human carcinogen, even at levels found in people who do not smoke cigarettes, leads to accelerated cognitive impairment, according to a new animal study.
Clinical trials involving diet are severely under-funded and more difficult to complete than drugs studies, say researchers who warn that nutrition studies are prone to bias, are often too small and of too short duration and regularly change outcome measures along the way.
Some experts believe that risk factors for heart disease also are risk factors for dementia and late-life cognitive decline and dementia.
Omega-3 fish oil supplements appear to improve the attention span of children with ADHD, but only in those with low omega-3 levels in the blood, researchers suggest.
Olive oil shown to be effective at staving off various causes of dementia, including tauopathies - characterized by the gradual buildup of an abnormal form of a protein called tau in the brain.
When someone suffers from celiac disease – a digestive disorder caused by an autoimmune response to gluten – there is a clear link between migraine headaches and gluten.
Researchers using MRI have found signs of damage that may be related to inflammation in the brains of obese adolescents.
Omega-3 supplementation - and, ideally, through increased fish consumption - has positive impact on behaviour of children with ADHD, says new study.