Consumption of olive oil may protect memory and learning ability and reduce the formation of classic markers of Alzheimer's disease.
A new research found that a healthy mind is related to a healthy gut. Yogurt contains nutrients that stimulate healthy bacteria in the gut.
Study shows this plant-based diet lessens the risk of developing one of the worst types of breast cancer.
According to the latest study, leaning into a Mediterranean diet decreases the risks of breast cancer by 40 percent.
10 out of 31 participants who consumed healthy food scored so low that they are no longer considered as depressed.
There are countless diet trends that rocked the market at the start of 2017. It is important to stay cautious as some diet trends can potentially do more harm than good.
The popular restaurant, reportedly aiming for reduction of risk of Alzheimer’s Disease, hosts a wellness talk every Thursday for free.
A new study has found that following a Mediterranean diet may help boost brain health.
Here's what science says about the popular and best diets of 2017.
Healthy diets can now include non-restricted, high fat but only if it is a healthy, Mediterranean one, claim researchers in a recent study. Published in Annals of Internal Medicine, the study finds that people need not curb any high-fat intake if they consumed Mediterranean diet.
Dieting is advised to practically anyone though the right one to follow will be up for debate. Some diet for weight loss while others focus more on healthy living. Depending on your intent, there are many diets to follow.
A new study shows that the Paleo diet may enhance your weight gain and cause health complications.
Egg yolks have been demonized for quite sometime because of the cholesterol content in the yellow part. However, yolks also contain all the good properties of an egg such as folate, vitamins, iron and most importantly, they contain nutrients – zeaxanthin and lutein, responsible for healthy eyes and brain.
Recent study revealed that low-fat diets will not be able to help in greater weight loss than high-fat diets that are known to have same amount of calories
Eating a healthier diet can benefit the body and the planet, a new study concluded.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.