November 26, 2020

Study Links Vitamin E And Carotenoids To Reduced Cognitive Decline

A diet rich in vitamin E and carotenoids, including lycopene, may reduce the speed of cognitive decline, according to a large prospective cohort study.
November 26, 2020

Daily Dose Of Vitamin D Supplements Lowers Risk Of Advanced Cancer

Taking a daily dose of vitamin D can lower your chance of developing advanced cancer by 17 per cent, new research suggests.
November 19, 2020

Vitamin D And Omega-3 Supplements Help The Elderly Avoid Covid-19 Infection By Boosting Immune System

Taking regular vitamin D or omega-3 supplements boosts the immune systems of the elderly, helping them to fend off infections including Covid-19, a study has found.
November 12, 2020

Nutrient Drink Intervention Appears To Slow Early Alzheimer’s Decline

Adults with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease who took a multi-nutrient drink formula for three years had significantly less cognitive decline when compared with a control group, researchers say.
November 12, 2020

Vitamin D Lessens Symptoms Of Severe Eczema In Children

Vitamin D supplementation eased the symptoms experienced by children with severe atopic dermatitis, or eczema, in a recent randomized controlled trial.
November 5, 2020

Broccoli And Brussels Sprouts May Promote Heart Health

A study published in The British Journal of Nutrition has found that people who ate more cruciferous vegetables had less calcium buildup in their aortas (the body's largest blood vessel) than people who ate less of these vegetables.
November 5, 2020

Vitamin D Levels During Pregnancy Linked With Child IQ

A new study published in The Journal of Nutrition showed that mothers' vitamin D levels during pregnancy were associated with their children's IQ, suggesting that higher vitamin D levels in pregnancy may lead to greater childhood IQ scores.
November 5, 2020

High Intake Of Vitamins A, E And D Linked To Fewer Respiratory Illnesses, Says Study

High intakes of vitamins A, E and D are linked to fewer respiratory illnesses, according to a study, with experts calling for more research into their effect on COVID-19.