Medical experts who believe many people are deficient in vitamin D grow more concerned during the winter months, when sunlight, a source of the nutrient, becomes scarce. However, eggs may also help provide what people need.
Whole Food Nutrition Category
Dietary changes are a routine recommendation for people who want to lose weight and improve their general health. A recent study suggests that eating nuts may be one change people should consider.
Previous research has suggested that cranberries are helpful in supporting a healthy urinary tract. A new study from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) demonstrates that people may benefit more from the juice of whole fruits, and not just a particular plant extract.
Green, cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and bok choy are known to contain many natural plant substances that can boost heart health and promote healthy aging. New research has found another benefit to eating these foods: they may boost the immune system.
In cuisine, tomatoes have proven to be a versatile and thus widely used vegetable, appearing in everything from pizza sauce to pico de gallo. Tomatoes contain many healthy plant compounds, but new research says that organic farming methods may increase the concentration of these nutrients.
Many parents become annoyed when their kids ask them to buy fast food garnished with toys. However, new research shows that this marketing tactic can also make children want to eat healthier food.
Research conducted at the Complutense University of Madrid and the University of La Laguna has shed light on the levels of vitamin C present in certain vegetables before and after their preparation.
Many couples that want to conceive become frustrated when sexual health problems get in their way of having a child naturally.
A growing body of research has indicated that a woman’s diet during pregnancy can have an impact on her child’s well-being.
Some people choose to be vegetarians because they don’t approve of consuming animal products, while others may simply want to avoid foods that have been processed or that may contain hormones.