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A study in the Journal of Lipid Research finds that phospholipids found in high-fat, high-cholesterol diets promote atherosclerosis via gut bacteria interactions with the immune system.
A new study in Nature Medicine shows that a time-restricted, intermittent fasting diet lowered the risk of diabetes more than a reduced-calorie diet.
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Long term use of Metformin shown to negatively impact Vitamin B12 levels due to malabsorption
Results of a longitudinal prospective cohort study were recently published in JAMA Network, detailing the associations between total B vitamin intake and
Glucomannan supplements made from konjac root improve several markers for type 2 diabetes, according to a study in Nutrients. Previous
A new meta-research review in the Journal of Functional Foods shows that supplementing with curcumin can help decrease body mass
Among various anti-aging health products, nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) has been gaining attention as a promising anti-aging product. Mitochondrial decay, which
Word is starting to spread that even in people whose blood glucose is within a healthy range, chronically elevated insulin can be
Archeologists have unearthed areas of mercury pollution beneath the soil where ancient Maya civilizations lived — the pollution is so
A new mice study in the journal Cell helps explain how a high-sugar, high-fat Western-style diet disrupts the gut microbiome,
According to a new study in The British Journal of Nutrition, even small doses of mulberry extract help lower blood
Sleeping in the dark may make you healthier, according to a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Berberine, an orangish-yellow alkaloid found at high levels in the bark and root structures of many ground-covering shrubs, has an
ABSTRACT/ Sleep is responsible for proper metabolic balance. Disturbances in sleep causes insulin resistance, beta cell dysfunction and obesity through
Though we know about the importance of sensory neurons in gut-brain communication and how this relates to satiety and blood