A study published in the journal Cell strongly indicates that different people respond very differently to the same foods — meaning that what's healthy for one person to eat might be unhealthy for someone else. Perhaps this isn't overly surprising. However there are two things we can learn from this.
High impact interval training has become increasingly popular, supposedly delivers impressive benefits in a conveniently short time. Do antioxidant supplements interfere with these benefits?
There's been a huge amount of discussion about this, so let's set the record straight: Eating processed meat definitely increases your risk of certain cancers by a small amount. Eating red meat may increase your risk of certain cancers by a small amount.
Researchers have recently identified specific cells in the spinal cord that help reduce pain and itching. Intriguingly, these same cells may be involved in control of posture and walking patterns.
Major news outlets are excitedly reporting the story of a study lead by professor David Smith that suggests common supplements may slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease.