Nutrition News

Viva! Health unravels the most recent scientific research and makes it easy to understand. Here we update you on the latest findings...

Poor diets kill more people than tobacco

In 2017, 11 million deaths around the world were related to poor diet, even more than smoking, according to this major study.

Heart attacks...

Evidence is mounting against red and processed meat with links to all Western diseases

A comprehensive review of major studies on red and processed meat consumption...

Pulses are a part of most traditional diets and are packed with health benefits

The pulse family consists of plants that produce a pod with seeds inside. They include beans...

Earlier this year, results of a huge long-term study on meat consumption, heart disease and cancer were published showing that red and processed meats kill us early. It involved 448,568 men and...

An analysis of studies of over 124,000 people investigating vegetarian lifestyle, cancer risk and heart health revealed very interesting facts. It was found that vegetarians are at a lower risk of...

Consumption of red and processed meat is responsible for a large proportion of greenhouse gas emissions and also increases the risks of diseases like cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke. A...

A long-term study of over 120,000 people whose eating habits and health were followed for up to 28 years revealed that red meat consumption increases overall mortality as well as the risk of...

To assess the long-term effects of low-carbohydrate diets, a large study of nearly 130,000 people lasting for over 20 years was conducted and the results were recently published in Annals of...

According to the results of a long-term study of 15,318 participants (published in the Archives of Internal Medicine), eating fruits and vegetables high in the powerful antioxidant alpha-carotene...

An article in the journal Nutrients reviewed more than 200 scientific papers on soya published in recent years with regard to specific soya bean constituents, especially isoflavones. The...

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