Older people with mild cognitive impairment experienced significant cognitive benefits from supplementation with B vitamins, but only in people not using aspirin, says a pooled analyses of two randomized placebo-controlled trials.
The Health Food Manufacturers’ Association (HFMA) and the International Alliance of Dietary/Food Supplement Associations (IADSA) are both disputing the Cochrane Scientific Review’s conclusion that B vitamins should not be recommended for the prevention...
Coffee drinking raises homocysteine levels and risk factors for
coronary heart disease, finds the latest research which fuels the
ongoing debate on coffee's impact on heart health. Dutch
researchers found that brewed coffee had...
Fortification of grain products with the B vitamin folate may help
reduce memory loss in the over-60's. These are the latest findings
from data compiled by a recent nationwide health and nutrition
survey, NHANES III, carried...