April 11, 2024

Omega-3 Could Help Achieve Desirable Levels of Blood Sugar Among Diabetics

Daily intake of 0.4 grams of omega-3 could help more than 95 percent of diabetics achieve desirable blood sugar levels, according to a Chinese study.
April 11, 2024

Omega-3 Levels Linked to Prevalence of Frailty in Older Adults

Consuming more oily fish or fish oil supplements may help prevent frailty in older adults in Western populations, according to new research.
April 4, 2024

Vitamin D Shows Promise in Targeting Aging’s Biological Mechanisms

In a recent review article published in Nutrients, researchers summarized what is currently known about the potential effect of vitamin D on modulating some hallmarks of aging and age-related diseases.
March 29, 2024

Exercise Can Be More Effective Treatment For Depression Than Antidepressants

A study analyzing over 14,000 people has found exercise could be more beneficial than antidepressants alone for the treatment of clinical depression.
March 29, 2024

Branched Chain Amino Acid Supplements May Aid in Concussion Recovery

Scientists have found preliminary evidence that adolescents and young adults with concussion who take a specific formulation of branched-chain amino acid (BCAA) supplements after injury experience faster symptom reduction and return to physical activity.
March 22, 2024

Folic Acid Supplements During Pre-Conceptional and Prenatal Periods May Decrease Autism Risk in Offspring

Continuous maternal folic acid supplementation during the pre-conceptional and prenatal periods may decrease the risk of autism in offspring, according to new research from China.
March 22, 2024

Higher Omega-3 Status Linked to Reduced Risk of Long-Term Cardiac Events

Increasing an individual’s Omega-3 levels can improve long-term health outcomes following a heart attack, according to new findings published in the International Journal of Cardiology.
March 22, 2024

Vitamins B1 and B2 May Lower Sarcopenia Risk

A new cross-sectional study has found that increased vitamin B1 and B2 intakes significantly lowered the risk of sarcopenia in healthy US adults.