A recent UK study has found that eating just one extra portion of fruits and vegetables a day could have the equivalent effect on mental wellbeing as eight extra days of walking per month.
Given their stunning array of health benefits, most of us are probably not getting enough of this versatile and delicious family of vegies.
Studies show a relationship between vitamin D and blood sugar control, suggesting vitamin D increases insulin sensitivity and improves beta-cell function.
Protein released from fat after exercise has metabolic benefits.
A study finds a link between poor diet and poor mental.
People with osteoporosis should avoid certain spinal poses in yoga to protect against injury.
Matcha tea is the centrepiece of Japanese tea ceremonies and an antioxidant powerhouse.
Thirty minutes of high-intensity evening exercise does not negatively affect sleep.
Consumption of allium vegetables — which include garlic, leeks, and onions — was linked with a reduced risk of in colorectal cancer.
More primary care physicians serving a population of 100,000 leads to an increase in life expectancy.
How you feed your feelings can have a direct impact on your wellbeing. Often, emotional hunger has less to do with a rumbling stomach and more to do with nourishing your mind.
Positive relationship experiences in early adulthood results in better sleep quality later in life.
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