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02/20/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Keeping your brain healthy well into old age can be difficult. But with the right combination of dietary and lifestyle

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-20-eating-a-variety-of-real-food-staying-physically-active-avoiding-bad-lifestyle-habits-brain-health.html

02/19/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Also known as Washoku, traditional Japanese diet is known to be nutritious and balanced. However, its benefits on mental health

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-19-study-finds-the-traditional-japanese-diet-improves-mental-health.html

02/15/2018 / By Kristine Payne

As superfoods continue to grow in popularity, so too has the interest in chlorella. This deep-green alga is the close

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-15-four-science-backed-benefits-of-chlorella.html

02/15/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Recent findings of Korean scientists suggest that increasing folate intake could help protect women against type-2 diabetes, as concluded in a Diabetes.co.uk

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-15-increasing-intake-of-folate-found-to-reduce-risk-of-developing-type-2-diabetes-in-women.html

02/13/2018 / By Edsel Cook

In a Daily Mail article, Dr. Michael Greger explained that switching to a vegetarian diet can ease or even reverse

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-13-greens-legumes-unsaturated-fats-how-to-reverse-diabetes-food.html

02/13/2018 / By Derek Henry

If there was ever a time to make sure we are on top of our immunity, it would be winter.

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-13-supercharged-immunity-smoothie-recipe-included.html

02/13/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Many ailments are caused by a nutritional imbalance. Eat too much of the bad stuff and it accumulates in your

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-13-everyday-ailments-which-foods-help.html

02/12/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

When it comes to heart health, there are a few factors that commonly spring to mind, like eating a healthy

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-12-better-safer-less-expensive-than-drugs-scientists-say-vitamin-d-could-replace-your-meds-prevent-reverse-disease.html

02/11/2018 / By Ralph Flores

A bite of your favorite chocolate bar can take off the stress for most people – studies have already looked into it – but

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-11-stressed-out-cacao-trees-nutrition-potent-chocolate-research.html

02/11/2018 / By Janine Acero

Fuel is an important part of any training and exercise, and protein shakes have become increasingly prevalent as fuel sources

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-11-customize-protein-shakes-health-needs.html

02/11/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Researchers at the Bundelkhand University in India have brought the best of both worlds together by combining holy basil, one of the

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-11-nutritional-benefits-pasta-holy-basil-powder.html

02/11/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Sometimes eating the right foods can do a lot more to heal people than taking medication, as was illustrated recently

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-11-five-year-old-cured-of-epilepsy-by-eating-hundreds-of-avocados.html

02/11/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

A study discovered that Pycnogenol, a brand of nutritional supplement derived from French maritime pine bark extracts, can boost athletic performance. The study

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-11-boost-athletic-performance-naturally-with-pycnogenol.html

02/07/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

A new study revealed that vitamin E — in particular tocotrienol — could improve the bone density of postmenopausal women.

http://www.nutrients.news/2018-02-07-vitamin-e-found-to-have-bone-health-benefits-improves-bone-density-postmenopausal-women.html