A new comparative study found that dry roasted, lightly salted nuts are just as likely to improve cardiovascular health as raw nuts.read more
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Dietary arsenic exposure from rice is a possible health risk and minimizing dietary exposure could be important.read more
Nutritional supplementation with amino acids may be a useful way to improve sleep and reduce fatigue, according to a clinical intervention study.read more
A clinical trial found that supplementation with a prebiotic reduced blood endotoxin level by 40% and reduced a cardiovascular risk marker.read more
People with a common gene variant could benefit from personalized B vitamin therapy, with large reductions in blood pressure independent of anti-hypertensive medication.read more
Vitamin D deficiency is a wide-spread problem and has been linked to cognitive impairment and dementia. A new clinical study suggests that improving vitamin D levels could help.read more