on Heart Disease
Friday, October 12 2012
Soy foods include a wide variety of items including edamame (whole soybeans), soy flour, soymilk, tofu, soy protein isolates, textured vegetable protein, soy oil, and fermented soy products like tempeh and miso.
Then there are all of those processed items that are made from soy products including soy "meats," soy cheeses, soy "ice creams,"... Read more
on Diet & Exercise
Monday, September 24 2012
A new study published in Nature Communications suggests that the risk of some familial breast cancers may be caused by a mother’s diet during pregnancy, and may not only affect the mother’s immediate offspring, but also may increase breast cancer risk to future generations.
Why is this study important?
Studies have... Read more
on Diet & Exercise
Friday, September 07 2012
A new “meta-study” (a review of previously published studies) published in the Annals of Internal Medicine by researchers from Stanford University concludes that despite the widespread perception that organic foods are more nutritious, there really isn’t a nutritional difference between foods produced conventionally and... Read more
on Cold & Flu
Wednesday, July 18 2012
Researchers at San Diego State University just may have found a universal panacea to the flu that frightens us all into getting a flu shot each year.
What did they find?
Published in the July 6th issue of Public Library of Science journal, the study found that synthetic protein EP67 is able to activate the immune system within two... Read more
on Sexual Health
Monday, July 09 2012
Attention pregnant women! Although you’re probably counting the minutes until labor and delivery – especially during this uncomfortably hot summer – you may want to think twice about rushing out your little dude or dudette. A new study suggests that children born between 39 and 41 weeks score higher on tests later in... Read more