Recipes for Longevity
Spicy food is good for you. Earlier studies have associated chili pepper with a range of health benefits, and a new study provides evidence that it may even help extend your life.
Medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the U.S, according to the Washington Post. In addition, researchers have found that medical errors in the U.S. are estimated to harm at least 1.5 million patients per year, with about 400,000 of them being preventable. Having a Personal Health Record can help prevent...
Consuming apple cider vinegar (ACV) has multiple health benefits. Here are five health benefits that are backed by scientific research.
In recent decades, scientists have found curcumin, the constituent of turmeric that imparts the characteristic yellow color, has value for dementia, depression, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, cancer and more.
A new study finds replacing just one sugary drink with water per day can result in significant wellness benefits. It’s a modest goal to which anyone can aspire.
Consuming more turmeric by way of diet and supplementation should be at the top of everyone’s list, as more and more research supports this ancient spice’s ability to ward off everything from inflammation to brain deterioration to cancer. And while consuming therapeutic amount of turmeric can be challenge, it can be added to the...
In an effort to cut through the noise, researchers set out to see if there was a simple dietary answer to our desire to age more healthfully and extend longevity.1 And given that previous research has shown that the simple act of adding adequate fiber to your diet can lower your risk of serious...
There are many benefits to staying properly hydrated, but new research adds a reason that might actually motivate people to take their water intake more seriously.
Researchers at Northern Arizona University discovered that dark chocolate can boost attention levels and alertness as well as lower blood pressure.
A recent study published in the British Medical Journal reveals that vegetable oils may produce larger amounts of aldehyde, a toxin linked to increased cancer and heart disease risk, than expected.