News and Views

Connie Phillipson, Ph.D.

What Supplements Work For Anxiety?

Julia Rucklidge, professor of psychology at the University of Canterbury and Bonnie Kaplan, professor of community health at the University … More

The Link Between Atrial Fibrillation and H. Pylori

A new study finds that a common bacteria known as to cause ulcers may now also be responsible for irregular … More

The Insulin Index

The reason to be concerned about the Insulin Index is that insulin is essentially a storage hormone, evolved to put … More

The Dangers of Additives

Emulsifiers, which are added to most processed foods to aid texture and extend shelf life, can alter the gut microbiota … More

Telomerase And Cancer

I’ll try to explain a bit about telomerase, as quite a few people ask me about it as a new … More

Stress Raises Bad Cholesterol!

Dr. Stephen Kopecky on Mayo Clinic Radio said that research has shown what we all suspected for years: “Unfortunately stress … More

Some Trans Fats Are Good For You

Not all trans fats are created equal and it’s time for nutritional labels to reflect that reality, says a University … More

Obesity: A Global Epidemic

More than 2 billion children and adults suffer from health problems related to being overweight or obese, and an increasing … More

Low-Fat Diets Don’t Work

A meta-analysis of over 68,000 adults has revealed that low-fat diets are not any more effective for long-term weight loss … More

How Our Parents Lived Influences Our Health

A current study from researchers in the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research has shown that the lifestyle … More