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Vitamin D Deficiency ai??i?? A Cause of Mortality in Type 1 Diabetics

Mortality in patients with type 1 diabetes, may be caused due to severe deficiency in vitamin D, and it is not related to micro-vascular complications […]

Vitamin D Low in Obese Kids – Latest Finding

A new finding revealed that obese adolescents have low levels of D vitamin. The discovery was published in the May issue of the ai???Journal of […]

Transforming Bad Fat to Good

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, have come out with a new methodology to fight obesity, by transforming the bad fat […]

Bamboo Shoots: Most Healthy Food to Consume

As per the latest research and development under the Food science and Nutrition field, Bamboo Shoots are the next healthiest food to be consumed. An […]

Vegetarians at Lower Risk of Developing Metabolic Syndrome

According to a research study, experts from the Loma Linda University have found that vegetarians are 36 less at risk of developing diabetes, heart ailments […]

Pure Maple Syrup Contains 54 Useful Compounds

Researchers from the University of Rhode Island have discovered that pure maple syrup contains 54 useful compounds which can treat various ailments in humans. 20 […]

High-Protein Diet Might be Bad for the Colon: Study

According to a study, low carb, high-protein diet might prove harmful for the colon in the long run. Dr. Harry J. Flint, senior researcher from […]

Tomatoes are Great for Health: Study

According to an article published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, eating tomatoes or its products is great for the health. It makes people […]

Calculator to Diagnose Food Allergies More Accurately

Researchers at the University College Cork have developed a new devise to detect three major kinds of food allergies in children, within seconds. The new […]

Dietary Fiber Intake Might Reduce Death Risk

According to a study which will soon be published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, dietary fiber might be linked to decreased risk of death […]

Vitamin D Deficiency Associated With Allergies Among Children

Has your child developed an allergy? Chances are he might have Vitamin D deficiency. A study conducted by the researchers from Albert Einstein College of […]

Vitamin D Bread Answer to Vitamin D Deficiency Problem

It is believed that 7 out of 10 Americans are unable to meet their Vitamin D requirements. Under such circumstances, a study published in the […]

Strict Vegan Diet Might Cause Heart Attack and Stroke

An article published in the ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry says that people following a Vegan diet might be a risk of developing […]

Eating Berries Might Decrease Parkinson’s Disease Risk

Besides the several health benefits of berries, a new research reveals that eating berries regularly might lower the chances of developing Parkinson’s disease. Men can […]

Brain’s Response Makes Fructose Fattening

Study at the Oregon Health & Science University explains how brain reacts in a different way to fructose compared to glucose. Using fructose as a […]