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Tea Consumption & Mortality

A recent prospective cohort study of nearly half a million tea drinkers from the UK found that intake of tea at a level of 2 or more cups per day may be associated with l... Learn more

Legumes & Mortality

A recent study has found a link between higher legume intake and lower all-cause mortality and stroke. However, no association was found to lower mortality from cardiovas... Learn more

Exogenous Ketones

As interest grows in ketogenic diets to address a wide range of medical issues far beyond weight loss, research is expanding into the use of exogenous ketones. A recent p... Learn more

Butyrate & Biliary Atresia

A recent study on pregnant mice has shown that the mother's butyrate had a positive effect on the mortality rate of her pups after their exposure to the infection that in... Learn more

Nitrate & Muscle Performance

Researchers from the University of Exeter Medical school recently published results of a small randomized crossover study, detailing the metabolic fate and physiological ... Learn more

Choline & Alzheimer’s

A study published recently in Aging Cell points to a role for choline deficiency in contributing to Alzheimer’s disease. Choline is an essential part of cell membranes an... Learn more

Parkinson’s & Metagenomics

Results of a large-scale metagenomic analysis of the intestinal microbiome among people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) were recently published in Nature Communications. De... Learn more

Genetics & Vitamin D Status

An intriguing study found different effects on pregnant mice’s liver metabolism as a result of vitamin D deficiency (VDD) depending on genetic background. Maternal VDD ha... Learn more

Low Carb & Type 2 Diabetes

A paper published recently in BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health documents remission of type 2 diabetes among patients following a low-carb diet as well as significan... Learn more

Red Dye & Gut Health

Eating whole foods is beneficial because whole foods are replete with key nutrients. However, eating whole foods also means avoiding processed foods, which is an importan... Learn more

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