Berries may aid weight loss

1st December 2015|

A recent study from Harvard University suggests that eating blueberries may assist with weight loss. The study involved more than […]

The benefits and hazards of salicylic acid

1st December 2015|

Salicylic acid is found in some green leafy vegetables, oregano, mushrooms, melons, raison and almonds as well as in berries […]

Blueberries aid recovery from gluten ingestion

30th September 2015|

Blueberries have the highest cellular antioxidant activity of all fruits and vegetables and here an article from the Huffington Post […]

Study suggests blueberry polyphenols may aid diabetics

15th September 2015|

A recent study at Louisiana State University whose results were published in The Journal of Diabetes and its Complications has […]

Blueberry polyphenols fighting gum disease

13th September 2015|

Researchers at Université Laval in Canada have found that an extract from low bush blueberries can fight gum disease and […]

Foods that reduce dementia risk

13th September 2015|

Writing in About Health, Alzheimer’s and Dementia Expert Esther Heerema gives eleven foods that may hinder the onset of this […]

Flavonoids could protect against diabetes

1st September 2015|

According to a 2014 study by the University of East Anglia (UEA) in Norwich, UK and King’s College London consumption […]

Berries improve heart health

31st August 2015|

A study under the auspices of Dr. Eric Rimm, associate professor at the Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard […]

Selecting and storing blueberries

31st August 2015|

The Nutrition and you website gives some advice on how to choose, store and prepare blueberries. It suggests that […]