Blood Sugar and Glycation
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Essential fatty acids
Probiotics and Prebiotics
Sports and Endurance
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Optimal nutrition for healthy bones
Every year since 1998, World Osteoporosis Day has taken place on 20 October. An initiative of the International Osteoporosis Foundation, it is designed to promote...
Magnesium as important for bones as vitamin...
More than 9 million fractures a year across the world are thought to be caused by osteoporosis. To date, preventive recommendations have focused on vitamin...
Carrots are good for eyesight – but...
Though it is well-established that red and orange fruits and vegetables such as carrots, sweet potatoes and tomatoes reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration...
Citrulline significantly increases muscle protein synthesis
A new study has shown that citrulline has a direct effect on muscle protein synthesis by redistributing ‘energy flows’ to its advantage. It is this...
Five common misconceptions about arthritis
The statistics are alarming: if you live in an affluent country, your lifetime risk of suffering from arthritis of the hip or knee may be...
Type 2 diabetes: a new therapeutic approach
Accounting for 90% of diabetes mellitus cases, type 2 diabetes has become a genuine public health issue1. A growing number of scientific studies are being...
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Lose weight without lifting a finger
Effective combination against ‘bad’ cholesterol
Beneficial nutrients for combatting high blood pressure
Tryptophan makes a welcome comeback
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Gut flora: imbalances implicated in Crohn’s disease
Zinc: take daily supplements to reduce DNA damage
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