A Swedish-based study conducted by Lund University published its findings contradictory to past research on obesity and food environments.
A research team at Anglia Ruskin University found that consuming at least two cups of coffee per day may lower body fat for most women.
In the new research, a team at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville placed a dire focus on the physical and psychological impacts of obesity.
According to researchers at Flinders University, a study of 291 young adults in Australia, aged 18-25, led to that conclusion through data collected and analyzed from an online survey.
In the study, released by researchers at the National Institutes of Health, implementing a strict Mediterranean diet was said to improve cognitive function, decreasing the risk of neurodegenerative diseases.
In the new findings, published in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS One, the group administered surveys to a total of 8,000 participants from a variety of ethnic backgrounds and age groups.
The new study exploring the beneficial effects of healthy dietary patterns on gut microbiome was published in Nutrition Reviews.
The findings were released in the online peer-reviewed journal Menopause by the North American Menopause Society (NAMS).
New findings released online in the journal JAMA shows how prevalent diabetes is across various major racial and ethnic groups in the U.S.