If you like dairy foods - or have increased your intake to help prevent weak bones, it's important that you know that studies have shown a link to prostate cancer from dairy intake.
But it doesn't mean you have to cut out all dairy from your diet... Initially, researchers thought it was calcium that increased risk of prostate cancer...
Early studies cast suspicion on calcium supplements when... ››› more
Here's an interesting fact: The first adverse reaction to cow's milk was detailed 2,000 years ago, described as skin and gastrointestinal symptoms after consumption by Hippocrates.
Today, cow's milk is one of the most common causes of food allergy in early childhood - probably because it's one of the first foods introduced into an infant's diet - which has led people of all ages to seek out da... ››› more
A new study conducted by Sweden-based Lund University researchers has discovered that type 2 diabetes patients can manage their blood sugar with broccoli sprout extract.
The researchers said the findings could offer a much needed alternative to address type 2 diabetes, which has become a worldwide epidemic. For the full scoop on these new findings, keep reading...
Most type 2 diabetes patien... ››› more
You may be surprised to hear that researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health have found that consuming high-fat dairy offers significant protection against developing a number of metabolic problems, including the onset of type 2 diabetes.
What's more, in their study, which was funded by the National Institutes of Health, researchers found that people with a fatty acid known as trans-pal... ››› more
Osteoporosis, or age-related bone loss, occurs when your bone strength decreases and your risk of a broken bone increases. According to research, it's the most common reason for a broken bone in elderly people.
Thin, petite women as well as small-boned men are at greater chance of developing osteoporosis, compared to those with larger frames and more body weight. If you've got a small frame - o... ››› more
By now, you've definitely heard of the Paleo diet. If you aren't already on it, you're likely wondering if and why you should start it. Here are a couple of good reasons...
For starters, the Paleo diet is proven to improve glucose control and lipid profiles better than the American Diabetes Association (or ADA) plan. Studies show that it also helps stabilise blood sugar levels, reduces cravings... ››› more
Guilty pleasures? Everyone's got them. If you say you don't, you're liar. If your top guilty pleasure is a dreamy, delicious dessert, you've come to the right place... although, you won't feel guilty sinking your teeth into this raw caramel slice that contains absolutely n dairy, gluten or refined sugar!
Wait... a caramel slice that isn't chock-full of nasty ingredient? That's correct - ready y... ››› more
While pasta may be right at the top of your list of favourite comfort foods, you probably don't enjoy the bloating, weight gain and feeling of guilt that often comes with indulging in a big bowl of goodness.
Today's your lucky day, pasta lovers - we've found a tasty recipe that's sure to impress kids and parents alike! Enter this downright delicious recipe for cashew pesto pasta made with spagh... ››› more
Want to indulge in a pizza night with your family without the gluten or the grease? You can with this delicious vegetarian pizza recipe!
Free from dairy and gluten, this recipe can be prepared and ready before you even think of getting take-outs. It's also packed with great-tasting ingredients - what's not to love? Now everyone's happy!
Dairy- and gluten-free vegetarian pizza recipe
Ingredi... ››› more
I don't know about you, but with summer on the way and I begin looking to lose the weight I gained in winter, I'm starting to think more about healthy choices.
One thing I've read a lot about lately is that eliminating dairy from your diet can help you lose weight quickly. But because I'm obsessed with milk and cheese (seriously - I can't forgo the milk in my morning cup of coffee!) I thought I... ››› more
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