Researchers from Bristol have been awarded almost £9 million (€13 million)to continue research into child nutrition, a study that has already delivered glowing results for omega-3.
Eating five or more portions of fruit and vegetables per day can cut the risk of stroke by 26 per cent, according to a new study in The Lancet (Vol....
The Pritikins Longevity Center in Florida have moved to clarify claims that following their diet and exercise plan for only three weeks could 'reverse' type-2 diabetes.
The recommended daily allowance (RDA) levels for vitamin B12 should be increased by 500 per cent, according to Danish researchers - a recommendation which, if taken up, could lead to...
Research indicates that blackcurrants could prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease, suggesting their extracts could be included in a range of processed functional foods.
Sambucol, a standardized extract of black elderberry, has been found to fight the avian flu virus H5N1, revealed British researchers last week.
A new review study has poured water on claims that there is sufficient evidence to support a link between omega-3 consumption and a reduced risk of cancer.
A pharmaceutical company has suggested that the addition of a phosphorylated variant of gamma-tocopherol to lycopene-rich foods like tomato sauce might boost the carotenoid's anti-cancer activity.
Current evidence on Echinacea preparations cannot support the efficacy of the wide variety of Echinacea products on the market, concludes a review.
Researchers in Finland investigating the blood-pressure lowering effect of a fermented milk drink with a high tripeptide concentration have concluded that it shows potential as a dietary approach to hypertension...
Consuming apple juice may protect against cell damage that contributes to age-related memory loss, conclude researchers investigating the benefits in mice.
In the past few years, there has been a tremendous upsurge in interest in natural products as part of a general trend towards healthier consumer lifestyles. But a report due...
Drinking caffeine drinks appears to stifle the body's ability to boost blood flow to the heart during exercise, suggests new research out of Switzerland.
Researchers in Japan have identified the target for vitamin D, giving a new insight into how the vitamin helps reduce bone loss and osteoporosis.
Researchers from UCLA have claimed that a three-week high-fibre, low-fat diet can reverse type-2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome (MetS) - conclusions that go against medical understanding of the conditions.
ARS researchers have identified, characterized, and synthesized two plant compounds, which be used in dietary supplements to inhibit blood clotting.
Researchers in America are working on a healthier soybean that contains far higher concentrations of health-protecting compounds than normal soybeans.
A calorie-restricted diet could slow down ageing of the heart and prolong lifespan, according to new research from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
A team of international researchers claims to have 'direct evidence' for a cocoa flavanol improving blood vessel relaxation.
Isoflavones from soy do not increase markers for breast cancer in postmenopausal women and could protect against the disease, suggests a new animal study.
Sugary drinks may have been vilified by health and nutrition campaigners, but a new study suggests that supplementary glucose can boost the memory.
Turmeric, a spice common to curries, prevented the spread of prostate cancer in mice, according to a new study from Rutgers University.
New research challenges current WHO advice for routine iron and folic acid supplements for kids in areas endemic with malaria.
Purified ferritin from soybeans is easily adsorbed in the body and could provide a new way of raising iron levels in low-iron populations, reports a new study.
More than three wholegrain servings per day could reduce the risk of metabolic syndrome (MetS) and cardiovascular disease (CVD) in older adults, new research claims.