A Harvard study of 27,842 older male health professionals found those that ate the most vegetables and drank the most orange juice suffered less memory loss over a span of two decades.
Munching on about two handfuls of either walnuts or almonds increased blood vessel dilation in overweight volunteers and lowered markers of arterial plaque.
Heart failure patients that took beetroot juice supplements exercised longer and harder.
Europeans eating foods with lower nutritional quality had a significantly greater incidence of certain types of cancer.
Israeli and Singapore researchers found six popular FDA-approved artificial sweeteners to be toxic to digestive gut microbes.
A new documentary, Secret Ingredients, makes a compelling case for why organic foods may be the key to unlocking better health and reversing chronic illnesses.
Chocolate with at last 70 percent cacao can reduce stress and inflammation and boost infection-fighting cells and creativity.
Certain compounds in wild yam root help protect liver cells against damage from free radicals.
Virtually all beer and wine tested in two recent studies contained residues of glyphosate herbicides, which are neurotoxic, endocrine disruptive and damaging to the liver.
Eating raw fruit and vegetables correlated more with psychological well-being in young adults than eating canned, cooked or processed produce.