Poor diet linked to negative mental health
A study finds a link between poor diet and poor mental.
Garlic and onion reduce risk of colorectal cancer
Consumption of allium vegetables -- which include garlic, leeks, and onions -- was linked with a reduced risk of in colorectal cancer.
Beer before wine does not help with a hangover
It doesn't matter how you order your drinks, if you drink too much, you're still likely to have a hangover.
5 healthy whole grains to add to your weekly food plan
A triple treat — nutritious, delicious and numerous — grains are powerhouses of nourishment and each of the many varieties...
How to align your diet with the seasons
Fruits and vegetables can travel a long way and be stored for a long term before you buy them. That’s...
Fruits and vegetables good for mental wellbeing
Consuming fruits and vegetables is not only beneficial for physical health, but it also enhances mental wellbeing.
Why you should be eating more walnuts
Walnuts are a tasty snack that’s a good source of protein as well as healthy fats that protect your heart....
Fried food linked to higher risk of early death in women
Regular consumption of fried food is associated with a higher risk of death for women.
The effect of a gap between dinner and bedtime on blood glucose
A 2-hour gap between dinner and bedtime does not influence long-term blood glucose levels in healthy adults.
5 ways to get kids excited about real food from low-tox expert, Alexx Stuart
Low-tox expert Alexx Stuart shares her method to get kids excited about and interested in real food. Find our her...
How the aroma of food can affect your health
Exposure to smells can affect whether you indulge in unhealthy foods or not.
Egg metabolites associated with lower risk of diabetes
New research finds egg metabolite is associated with lower risk of type two diabetes.
How to encourage healthy eating habits at the supermarket
Removing unhealthy foods from the supermarket checkout is linked to reduced unhealthy snack purchases.
Why you need to reduce your red meat intake
A high red meat diet triples the levels of gut-generated TMAO chemical which is associated with heart disease.