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The purpose of this study was to determine if a pro-inflammatory diet at midlife is associated with a decline in cognitive functioning later in life.
Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation is effective in reducing homocysteine levels and the addition of folic acid and B-vitamin supplements reduced levels to a greater extent.
The aim of this review was to investigate whether a MedDiet intervention would be a feasible preventative approach against cognitive decline for older adults living in Western countries.
This study points to the importance of diet on sleep quality and length, particularly in regards to saturated fat, fibre, and carbohydrate intake.
Positive psychological effects of personalized habitual caffeine consumption can be detected in young, healthy, rested males at breakfast time, regardless of whether food is consumed simultaneously or not.
Results of this review article report for the first time that there are significant and nutritionally meaningful composition difference between organic and non-organic meat when evaluating the fatty acid content of SFA, PUFA and MUFA.
This study suggests that adding an appropriate amount of Brazil nuts to the diet is beneficial for the health of hypertensive and dyslipidemic patients, because of its altering of plasma selenium levels, antioxidant status and decreasing of LDL cholesterol levels.