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Care home residents to get high-tech support for nutritional health

Care home residents to get high-tech support for nutritional health

Elderly residents at more than 100 care homes in Scotland are set to benefit from a high-tech nutritional health support. Developed by NHS Tayside in...
Is our nose to blame for junk food cravings after bad sleep?

Is our nose to blame for junk food cravings after bad sleep?

People who are sleep deprived tend to reach for doughnuts, fries and pizza – but why do we do this? A new Northwestern Medicine study,...
Urban gardens can help curb food insecurity and health problems

Urban gardens can help curb food insecurity and health problems

Food deserts are an increasingly recognised problem in the United States and a new study indicates urban and home gardens - combined with nutrition...
Eating mushrooms could lower risk of prostate cancer

Eating mushrooms could lower risk of prostate cancer

Results from the first long-term cohort study suggests an association between eating mushrooms and a lower risk of prostate cancer. The study on the consumption...

Kidney disease may be prevented by a healthy diet

Maintaining a healthy diet may help prevent kidney disease, according to an analysis of published studies. Making dietary changes can help slow the progression of...
Substituting poultry for red meat may reduce risk of breast cancer

Substituting poultry for red meat may reduce risk of breast cancer

New study suggests red meat consumption may increase the risk of breast cancer, whereas poultry consumption may be protective against breast cancer risk. Published in...
Enhanced food to provide health benefits are not making it quick enough to consumers

Enhanced food to provide health benefits are not making it quick enough to consumers

According to GM technology, enhanced food to help tackle global epidemics such as malnutrition, obesity and provide health benefits are already with us, but...
Did you know that dietary cholesterol or egg consumption does not increase the risk of stroke?

Did you know that dietary cholesterol or egg consumption does not increase the risk...

According to the University of Eastern Finland, a moderately high intake of dietary cholesterol or egg consumption is not associated with an elevated risk...
According to UEG report millions of Europeans are at risk of chronic digestive diseases

According to UEG report millions of Europeans are at risk of chronic digestive diseases

Discover Nutrition and Chronic Digestive Diseases, a new report launched by United European Gastroenterology (UEG), outlines alarming information on current dietary choices across the...
Do you know how to maximise plant yield and quality?

Do you know how to maximise plant yield and quality?

Growcentia offers sustainable solutions for all growing methodologies to maximise plant yield – from indoors and greenhouses to open field outdoors. Our mission at Growcentia...
Did you know one of curcumin benefits includes preventing Alzheimer’s?

Did you know one of curcumin benefits includes preventing Alzheimer’s?

Researchers at Warwick University believe preventing Alzheimer’s may come sooner than you think - with preliminary studies showing positive results of curcumin benefits. The natural...
Artificially sweetened beverages could cause stroke in post-menopausal women

Artificially sweetened beverages could cause stroke in post-menopausal women

Among post-menopausal women, drinking multiple artificially sweetened beverages daily was associated with an increase in the risk of having a stroke. According to research published...
Flaxseed fibre: the goods to improve metabolic health

Flaxseed fibre: the goods to improve metabolic health

Published in American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism, researchers have discovered that flaxseed fibre has the potential to improve metabolic health. Research in...
Many premature deaths are preventable deaths

Many premature deaths are preventable deaths

2.1 million of the 4.3 million cardiovascular deaths in Europe 2016, was due to poor nutrition and are preventable deaths. These premature deaths can...
Intermittent fasting diet could improve obese women’s health

An intermittent fasting diet could improve health for the obese

According to the University of Adelaide, Australia, obese women lost more weight and improved their health by following a strictly controlled intermittent fasting diet. Having...
Recommended daily sugar allowance exceeded by young children

Recommended daily sugar allowance exceeded by young children

Young children in the UK surpass the maximum recommended daily sugar allowance, this being around 2,800 excess sugar cubes per year. According to PHE (Public...
Do fibre foods reduce brain inflammation

Do fibre foods reduce brain inflammation?

New research suggests brain inflammation to be reduced by foods high in fibre. According to a new study from the University of Illinois, dietary fibre...
Changing meal times could reduce body fat, says new study

Changing meal times could reduce body fat, says new study

New research suggests that making even modest changes to breakfast and dinner times could reduce body fat. The research, published in the Journal of Nutritional...
How a Mediterranean diet could reduce osteoporosis

How a Mediterranean diet could reduce osteoporosis

According to new research from the University of East Anglia, UK, eating a Mediterranean diet could help reduce bone loss in people with osteoporosis. The...
Obesity treatment

Obesity treatment: a new efficient paradigm

Dr Holm Ltd. offers the web application DrHolmApp and educational courses for both healthcare professionals and patients. Obesity is an immense global health challenge and...

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