Consumption of Bright-Colored Veggies and Fruits Is Linked to Improved Health in Women

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Previous research has suggested that bright-colored veggies and fruits are high in carotenoids, which are linked to reduced risks of chronic conditions and healthy longevity and aging. A recent study examined the possible association between autoimmune diseases and diet in...

One Avocado per Day Would Reduce Cholesterol Levels

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Avocados are one of the most nutritious foods in the diet as they may provide many nutrients and minerals. A recent study by a group of American scientists has found that consuming 1 avocado per day is linked to lower...

Several Cups of Coffee Daily Is Linked to Lower Risk of Kidney Injury

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Previous studies have shown that coffee may help prevent many diseases, such as Parkinson’s, diabetes, heart problems, and cancer. It is mainly because the drink contains several beneficial compounds for overall health and well-being. Acute kidney injury occurs when the...

Would A Higher Intake of Protein Result In A Healthier Diet?

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A diet with various foods plays a key role in overall well-being and health. Protein is one of the most important components in every diet. In general, this nutrient enables the body to work properly by maintaining the structure and...

Which Is Better Source of Protein: Chicken or Plant-Based Meat?

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A recent study was conducted by the Ohio State University to compare protein absorption from chicken with plant-based meat. The results were published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. In this project, the group of authors made plant-based meat...

High Consumption of Fructose Corn Syrup May Increase Risk of Liver Disease

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Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is a medical condition that may cause cirrhosis. It happens when excessive fatty cells accumulate in the liver. Major risk factors include hypertension, age, high BMI, type 2 diabetes, low HDL cholesterol, and waist circumference. A...

Consuming Coffee Is Linked to Reduced Risk of Mortality

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A recent study in the Annals of Internal Medicine indicated a link between coffee consumption and a lower risk of mortality. In this project, scientists examined more than 170,000 people over a period of 7 years. All participants did not...

Increase in Global Temperatures May Reduce Sleep Quality

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A recent study published in One Earth identified a connection between higher outdoor temperatures and reduced sleep duration. In this project, scientists from Denmark and Germany collected more than 7 million sleep records from the wristbands of more than 47,600...

Study Shows Lowered Risk of Dementia with Higher Antioxidant Levels

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Millions of people suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, the common form of dementia. Typical signs include impaired ability to make decisions, think, and remember. There is an urgent need for treatments to prevent or improve the condition. Nevertheless, drug trials have...

Higher Education Would Lower Dementia Risk

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With approximately 29 percent of the population being over 65, Japan is the country with the world’s oldest population. This may increase the burden on public health, especially the increasing number of people with dementia. A recent study by scientists...

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