Antidepressants are supposed to improve mental health, but evidence is mounting that in the long-term they worsen it. The medications produce a form of addiction through causing the brain to make less of the mood-elevating chemical serotonin. In addition, they may be contributing to the increase in bipolar disorder as well as fueling the...
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Can one Mediterranean staple provide enough antioxidant protection to protect brain health?
Prescribing low fat diets for heart health - why that may be “the greatest medical error of our time.”
Eating a Mediterranean-style diet may prevent you from having a stroke according to a recent study.
Following a Mediterranean diet may increase your lifespan and help you avoid cognitive decline and chronic illnesses as you age.
New research further confirms the longevity and chronic disease prevention benefits obtained from eating a vegetarian diet.
A new study finds that apigenin, a compound found in plant-based foods, may have the ability to stop the spread of cancerous cells.
Following a Mediterranean has been found to reduce cognitive decline -- meaning it may help preserve memory and thinking abilities.
A recent study in Milan, Italy suggests that a Mediterranean diet as well as diets low in available carbohydrates reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes.