Nutrition News / Health

Nutrition News: Skipping Breakfast

Breakfast habits may play a role in how individuals metabolize high-protein breakfasts, according to a recently published University of Missouri study. An MU researcher compared young women who habitually skip breakfast to those who routinely eat ...

Nutrition News: Exercise a Little

You don't have to train like an Olympic athlete to reap some major benefits from exercise. A new study finds even a few bouts of moderate exercise each week can cut a middle-aged woman's odds for heart disease, blood clots and stroke.

Protection ...

Nutrition News: Diet and Inflammation

Inflammation isn't something we've heard a lot about when it comes to diet, but the word seems to be more and more at the forefront.

Inflammation contributes to the development of conditions, such as metabolic syndrome and cancer, and ...

Nutrition News: Fiber to the Rescue

If you've given up on your New Year's resolution to eat healthier and perhaps drop a pound or two, here's a simple way to get back on track: Eat more fiber.

The average person eats as little as 13 grams of fiber per day -- half the recommended ...

Nutrition News: Immune-Boosting Nutrition

By the end of January, most of us have had it with colds, flu and sinus infections.

Can what you eat make a difference?

Absolutely.

Good nutrition is essential to a strong immune system, which may offer protection from seasonal illness, such as...

Nutrition News: Healthy Eating Habits

Healthy Eating Habits

New research finds healthy eating habits reduce women's risk of Type 2 diabetes.

"This study suggests that a healthy overall diet can play a vital role in preventing Type 2 diabetes, particularly in minority women who have ...