Press Releases with tag "Griesel"
Loma Linda Study Adds to Evidence That Vegetarians Tend to Outlive Meat-Eaters
Overall an average 12 percent lower risk of dying over study period compared to frequent meat consumers.
Proper Diet Can Help Slow Onset of Alzheimer's Disease, Researchers Say
Vitamins B6, B12 combined with folic acid figure prominently in slowing gray matter atrophy.
Americans Favor More Exercise Over Higher Healthcare Costs, Study Finds
Option to enroll in pedometer-based program yields reduced insurance rates and waistlines.
American Medical Association Now Recognizes Obesity as a Disease
35.7 percent of Americans now classified as sick; potential for changes in reimbursement rules for obesity drugs, surgery and counseling.
Antioxidants in Pecans May Help Our Hearts, Researchers Claim
Pecans contain different forms of vitamin E along with many other compounds that have been shown to function as antioxidants.
Berry Consumption Linked to Reduction in Heart Attack Risk
High levels of flavonoid subclass, anthocyanins, might help dilate arteries and counter plaque buildup.
Flavanols from Chocolate Aid Cognition of Elderly, Study Suggests
A recent study in the journal Hypertension found that elderly people with mild cognitive impairment who were given dietary flavanols from chocolate did better on cognition tests.
No Link Between Fish Oil Supplements and Lower Heart Attack Rates, Researchers Say
Findings based on 20 study review of Omega-3 PUFA supplementation, covering almost 70,000 participants.