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Eating less meat could significantly reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, says study

Currently the rates of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are rising worldwide. In the US, it is estimated that 3.1 million people have AD. Globally, about...
eating nuts

Regularly eating nuts can reduce inflammation

It is known that nuts are a good source of protein. In addition, most nuts contain at least some heart-healthy substances, such as unsaturated...
No saturated fats

Why you should replace lard with fish oil: saturated fats can affect the brain...

Lard is pig fat and commonly used in many cuisines around the world as a cooking fat. It is an ingredient in sausages, pates...
supermarkets

Supermarkets have become the single largest source of junk food in the USA

Junk food is cheap food containing high calories from sugar or fat with little fiber, protein, vitamins and minerals. Although junk food does not...
cinnamon

Cinnamon can cool the stomach and help digestion, says study

Cinnamon is a highly delicious spice. It has been well known for its medical properties for a long time. Previous research shows that cinnamon...
chocolate

Eating chocolate may reduce risks of heart disease and stroke, says study

It is known that eating chocolate can gain more body weight, which may causes health problems, such as heart disease and diabetes. However, a study...
spicy food

Eating spicy food regularly can help people live longer, says scientist

In a recent national survey in China, researchers find that people who regularly eat spicy food have lower risk of early death and various...
ancient grain bread

Ancient grain bread can help reduce heart disease risk

Ancient grains, such as millet, barley, teff, oats, Khorasan wheat, bulgur, einkorn, sorghum, spelt, chia, and buckwheat, are thought to have health benefits. They are...
colorful pasta

Vegetable enriched pasta: the new way to eat more vegetables

Everyone knows eating fruits and vegetables is good for health. Fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals, fibers, and many other compounds. They can...
Watching TV

What we see influences what we eat: food cues in TV programs reduce energy...

When we watch TV programs, we see lots of food cues. It is common that TV characters eat at home or in restaurants. These food...