Tag: nutrition

Eat More Yellow Veggies, Drink Coffee and Tea to Zap Inflammation, Heart Disease Risk: Research

By GreenMedInfo Research Group Findings highlight the pro- or anti-inflammatory potential of the food you eat, particularly in promoting or fighting cardiovascular disease and stroke. Yellow vegetables, green leafy vegetables, coffee, tea and even red wine appear particularly beneficial. Certain diets have been shown to…

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Type 2 Diabetes: Short-term Low-carb Diet Linked to Remission — But Only if Weight is Lost

By Nicola Guess, King’s College London Whether restricting carbohydrate intake is an effective way to manage type 2 diabetes is a topic of some controversy in nutrition – largely because trial results have so far been pretty inconclusive. While multiple meta-analyses have reviewed the current…

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Exercise Nutrition: Whether You Should Eat Before or After a Workout Depends on your Fitness Goals

By Justin Roberts, Anglia Ruskin University There’s plenty of evidence showing how important nutrition is for exercise, from aiding performance to enhancing recovery. But it’s often confusing to know whether it’s best to eat before or after you exercise. To answer this, you should first…

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Food Variety is Important for our Health – But the Definition of a “Balanced Diet” is Often Murky

By Rochelle Embling, Swansea University; Aimee Pink, Swansea University; Laura Wilkinson, Swansea University, and Menna Price, Swansea University It’s well known that a healthy diet can help reduce disease risks that are related to overweight or obesity – such as some cancers, cardiovascular disease and…

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