Articles On Food Choices - Page 2
August 13, 2018
"Recent efforts focus on the implementation of whole grains and ProBiotein."
February 7, 2018
"The Psychobiotic Revolutionclaims that by changing our diet to include fibre-rich vegetables, fermented foods, yoghurts and pickles, we could help to alleviate depression and anxiety."
June 16, 2017
"A higher intake of whole grain foods is associated with reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer, suggests study by Imperial College London."
July 2, 2016
"A study at Oregon State University indicates that compared to a normal diet, both high-fat and high-sugar diets cause changes in gut bacteria that appear related to a significant loss of cognitive flexibility, or the power to adapt and adjust to changing situations."
May 5, 2016
NutraIngredients-usa.com, by Stephen Daniells
"The current evidence suggests that beta-glucan consumption daily can be recommended for the prevention or treatment of CVD"
February 15, 2016
Why Eating Greens Is Good For Your Gut: Nutrients In Veg Help Good Bacteria Flourish - Reducing The Risk Of Food Poisoning
DailyMail.co.uk, by Colin Fernandez
"A sugar molecule found in cabbage, spinach and other leafy greens has been discovered that helps the good bacteria in our stomachs flourish."
February 15, 2016
MyDaytonDailyNews.com, by Jennifer Dalton MS, RDN, LD
"More recently new research is emerging regarding special types of fiber, called prebiotics, that actually feed the healthy bacterial family in our gut which ultimately can enhance our overall health."
October 30, 2015
MedicalNewsToday.com, by Honor Whiteman
". . . past research has indicated that a diet low in soluble fiber may alter the gut microbiome - the community of microorganisms living in the intestines - triggering inflammation and leading to weight gain."
September 23, 2015
NutraIngredients.com, by Nathan Gray
"Functional pasta that has been enriched with beta-glucans could help to boost levels of ‘good bacteria’ in the gut and reduce levels of ‘bad cholesterol’, say researchers."
July 13, 2015
NutraIngredients.com, by Stephen Daniells
“The study deepens our understanding of the gut-brain axis, and the association between the gut microbiota and weight.”