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New Coalition Aims to Bring Standards to Dietary Supplement Industry
Associations Now

New Coalition Aims to Bring Standards to Dietary Supplement In...

What's This? Associations Now Brand Connection provides opportunities for advertisers to connect with the Associations Now audience. All content is paid for by the advertiser. The Associations Now editorial staff is not involved in creating this ... Associations Now, 4 hours ago

Spicy food linked to lower death risk

Eating spicy food is associated with a reduced risk for death, an analysis of dietary data on more than 4,85,000 people found. Study participants were enrolled from 2004 to 2008 in a large Chinese health study, and researchers followed them for an ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago Can spicy foods help us live longer?  UnitedHealthcare1 week ago Key to a longer life? Variety of hot spice may be it  BizNews.com2 weeks ago For longer life as God desires, new study finds that eating spicy food can be helpful  Christian Today2 weeks ago
Food World News

Skipping Breakfast: Does It Really Make You Fat?

According to the U.S. Dietary Guidelines , "not eating breakfast has been associated with excess body weight." The Independent reports this government health advice is questioned by further studies, including a New York hospital research saying ...
 Food World News1 week ago Product Focus: Nuts and Seeds  FoodProcessing.com2 weeks ago Are Government Breakfast Guidelines Wrong About Morning Meals and Weight Gain?  Food World News2 weeks ago U.S. Dietary Guidelines 2015: Skipping Breakfast Doesn't Make You Fat? Experts Weigh In On Updated Federal Dietary Guidelines  Hngn.com2 weeks ago

Biomarkers of Dietary Polyphenols in Cancer Studies: Current Evidence and Beyond.

Polyphenols, commonly contained in fruits and vegetables, have long been associated with a protective role against multiple diseases and adverse health effects. Generally, in vitro and animal experiments have provided strong positive evidence, ...
 UroToday3 weeks ago

Dietary magnesium and potassium intakes and circulating magnesium are associated with heel bone ultrasound attenuation and osteoporotic fracture risk in the EPIC-Norfolk cohort study [Vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals]

Background: In our aging population, maintenance of bone health is critical to reduce the risk of osteoporosis and potentially debilitating consequences of fractures in older individuals. Among modifiable lifestyle and dietary factors, dietary ...
 The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition3 weeks ago

Association of dietary phosphate and serum phosphorus concentration by levels of kidney function [Nutritional epidemiology and public health]

Background: The health implications of dietary phosphorus intake and the role of kidney function in managing serum phosphorus homeostasis are well studied. However, examining the source of dietary phosphorus intake and its impact on serum phosphorus ...
 The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition3 weeks ago

Prospective association between dietary folate intake and skin cancer risk: results from the Supplementation en Vitamines et Mineraux Antioxydants cohort [Nutritional epidemiology and public health]

Background: The role of folate in skin carcinogenesis is unclear, with experimental data suggesting potentially protective but also deleterious effects. Objective: Our main objective was to investigate the prospective association between dietary ...
 The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition3 weeks ago

Legal notice to JNU over alleged discrepancies in pesticide study

An industry association has sent a legal notice to JNU here alleging that a study conducted by its researchers which claims to have detected high quantities of over 20 banned pesticides in vegetables produced in NCR has discrepancies and is a case of ...
 Deccan Herald11 hours ago Pesticides study lands JNU researchers in legal row  Deccan Herald20 hours ago
Times of India

18 iron-rich foods to boost haemoglobin

Low haemoglobin, anaemia, hair loss, tiredness and headaches are some of the symptoms and health problems associated with lack of iron in the body. Iron deficiency can affect your life adversely and can lead to serious health problems. Following ...
 Times of India5 days ago

Snacks you should eat to meet your health goals

We often put a lot of our dietary focus on breakfast, lunch and dinner, but what we eat between meals can be just as important for helping us achieve our health goals — whether that's to lose weight, gain muscle or up your energy levels. It's ...
 MSN News US1 week ago
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