New research has shown that minerals have a key role to play when it comes to healing damaged tissue. The findings could pave the way for future studies to identify the role of minerals so researchers can design the next generation of mineral medicine for tissue regeneration and restoration.
A new study has found that wearing dentures could affect a person’s overall nutrition. Considering the results of dental and health records. Researchers found that dentures had a significant decline in certain nutritional markers.
A new French study has suggested that artificial sweeteners are associated with an increased risk of cancer. The study found that participants who consumed larger quantities of artificial sweeteners, especially aspartame and acesulfame-K, had higher cancer risk, particularly breast and obesity-related cancers.
New research has found that a combination of a high-fat diet and the intake of liquid fructose is what leads to fatty liver disease and hypertriglyceridemia – the common risk factors of cardiovascular disease. Fatty liver disease is associated with multiple complications.
A new study has found that people who switch from a “typical Western diet” to an “optimized diet” at a young age could add at least 13 years of their lives. If women started an optimized diet at age 20, they could increase their lifespan by 10 years. If men began eating optimally, life expectancy could increase by 13 years.
New research has found that magnesium helps boost the immune system by providing enough nourishment to T-cells – the important white blood cells of the immune system. This finding further suggested that by nourishing T-cells, magnesium could help prevent cancer.
Beat, an eating disorder charity in England and Wales, saw an increasing number of helpline calls for eating disorders last December and January. It said that last Christmas, the festive and the COVID pandemic added more pressure on people with eating disorders.