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Matcha green tea could kill cancer stem cells, Stanford study shows

In a new Stanford University study, researchers find that matcha green tea could kill cancer stem cells in laboratory tests. Matcha green tea is a...
These five foods may lower risk of type 2 diabetes

These five foods may lower your risk of type 2 diabetes

A healthy diet plays an important role in reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes. Generally, a diet rich in whole grains, fresh fruit and...
How to have good nutrition if you love exercise

How to have good nutrition if you love exercise

Good nutrition and regular exercise are important for a healthy, long life. For people engaging in physical activity and sports, healthy eating is essential...
Vitamin D could help delay aging

Vitamin D could help delay aging

It is known that vitamin D can help our body absorb calcium and strengthen our bones. But recent research has shown that vitamin D has...
Why scientists take these 5 supplements

Why scientists take these 5 supplements

Supplements have become an important part of people’s daily diet. Many take them on daily basis to keep their body healthy. Since supplements don’t...
Eating carbs moderately may be best for health

Eating carbs moderately may be best for health

In a recent study, researchers find that eating carbs in moderation seems to be optimal for health and longevity. In the study, the team examined...

Dairy foods linked to healthy blood pressure

In a recent study, researchers from National University of Singapore find more evidence that dairy products are linked to healthy blood pressure levels. It is...

No safe level of alcohol, new scientific evidence shows

In a new study, researchers find that there is no safe level of drinking alcohol. Alcohol use patterns vary widely by country and by sex,...
Probiotic use linked to brain fogginess and severe bloating

Probiotic use linked to brain fogginess and severe bloating

In a new study from Augusta University, researchers find that probiotic use can result in a significant accumulation of bacteria in the small intestine. This...
Fatty fish and camelina oil can benefit your HDL and IDL cholesterol

Fatty fish and camelina oil can benefit your HDL and IDL cholesterol

In a recent study, researchers from the University of Eastern Finland found that eating fatty fish could increase HDL cholesterol (“good” cholesterol) in people...

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