Eating raw fruit and vegetables correlated more with psychological well-being in young adults than eating canned, cooked or processed produce.
In a 22-year study of 33,000 women, Harvard researchers found that a healthy diet can lower the risk of moderate to severe hearing loss by nearly a third.
New studies from Italy and China confirm the ability of certain nutrients in pumpkins to inhibit the growth of cancer cells.
A daily handful of walnuts aids gut bacteria linked to heart, metabolic and gastrointestinal health.
An emerging standard in organic labeling will distinguish produce grown in hydroponic conditions from that grown in soil.
Tocotrienols, a natural form of vitamin E found in wheat, barley, corn, rice and palm fruit, has been shown to lower high cholesterol and high blood pressure in seniors.
New software allows businesses such as Whole Foods, Subway and Chipotle Mexican Grill to track where food was harvested, whether pesticides were used and how it was processed.
A naturally occurring compound found abundantly in wild berries increases the cancer-fighting ability of sirtuin 6 enzymes.
Elderly women that eat lots of broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and cabbage have less plaque on their carotid artery walls.
A diet rich in fish, potatoes, fruit, vegetables, legumes and olive oil significantly lowered the risk of aggressive prostate cancer in older Spanish men.