- May 1st, 2013
A high-fiber diet may have the clinical potential to control the progression of prostate cancer in patients diagnosed in early stages of the disease. The rate of prostate cancer in Asian cultures is similar to the rate in Western cultures. In the West, however, prostate cancer tends to progress, whereas in Asian cultures it does not. Why? The answer may be a high-fiber diet.
- March 1st, 2013
A high-fiber diet may have the clinical potential to control the progression of prostate cancer in patients diagnosed in early stages of the disease.
- November 1st, 2012
At one point in the not-so-distant past, many of us were clueless when it came to the importance of fiber. Now, people are generally more privy to its true worth.Recent buzz tells us that fiber keeps us heart-healthy and (ahem), "regular," but just exactly why is fiber so critical?By Keri Glassman
- March 1st, 2012
Fiber isn’t around like it used to be. Fruits and vegetables used to be staples in the American diet. Now, processed foods have taken over every meal, from preservative-laden canned foods and microwavable items to orange puffs covered in powdered cheese. Instead of low sugar and high fiber, the situation has been reversed. And it’s wreaking havoc on your body.Feel fresh, feel full, and feel great with fiber.by Amy Vergin
- February 16th, 2012
Often you are too busy in the morning to prepare a large breakfast, so you are forced to either scarf down a bowl of cereal, eat a sugar-packed pastry, or skip breakfast altogether.Jump start your metabolism in the AM for a fresh start.
- August 31st, 2011
Olive Oil as Stroke Preventative
Aging increases the chance for stroke, but current research finds that olive oil is a major contributor in stroke prevention. Those with high-intake levels can reduce their risk by more than 40 percent.New evidence underscore the power of good food.
- March 1st, 2011
- February 1st, 2011
Boost Your MoodFight the blues wit these nutrient-packed superfoods.By Marjolein Brugman
- August 1st, 2008
For nearly 20 years, I battled bouts of gas, bloating, painful cramps, and diarrhea, which gradually got worse and became more frequent.By Gina Roberts-Grey
- May 1st, 2008
Long touted for their effectiveness in treating urinary tract infections, cranberries can now lay claim to even more bacteria-fighting prowess. Researchers at Massachusetts’ Worcester Polytechnic Institute have found that certain cranberry compounds alter E.