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    Walnuts & Lipids

    The results of a 2-year randomized controlled trial were recently published in Circulation. Known as the WAHA study (Walnuts and Healthy Aging), it documented the effects... Learn more

    Fetal Serotonin Exposure & Brain Growth

    A study has uncovered the role of serotonin (5-HT) in the evolutionary growth of the human neocortex. Learn more

    Polyphenols, Microbiome & Blood Pressure

    Polyphenols from fruits and vegetables have a long track record of reducing cardiovascular risk, in part by improving endothelial function. In a recent analysis of a Germ... Learn more

    High Fat Diet Alters Gut Physiology

    In a study just published in Science, a mouse-model of diet-induced obesity was used to elucidate possible mechanisms by which a high-fat diet can contribute to atheroscl... Learn more

    Low FODMAP, Gluten-Free Diet & IBS

    In a recent open-label non-randomized trial, 42 participants with IBS (Rome IV criteria) began a personalized 6-week gluten-free and low fermentable oligo-di-mono-sacchar... Learn more

    How Intensive Physical Exercise Improves Memory

    A recent study from the University of Geneva (UNIGE) aimed to discover the link between sports and memory. The results, which were published in the journal Scientific Rep... Learn more

    Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Prediabetic & Healthy Adults

    The use of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) among people with insulin-dependent diabetes has gained wider acceptance, as it has shown benefit in controlling glucose ev... Learn more

    Deer Antler May Upregulate Genes to Combat Fatigue

    A recent study found that deer antler’s potential use in helping with fatigue in mice may be caused by alterations in the expression of genes related to skeletal muscle s... Learn more

    Maca May Significantly Improve Sexual Function

    A review has confirmed a potential link between Lepidium meyenii, commonly known as maca, and improved sexual function. Learn more

    Mediterranean Diet May Improve Cognition Later in Life

    Memory and thinking tend to decline when adults enter their late 70s, but the underlying factors for this diminished cognition have been poorly understood. Recent researc... Learn more

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