In case you missed it, here are the biggest headlines of the week!
Unclear Association Between Cardiovascular Disease and Vitamin D
Over the last 10 years, many studies have attempted to find a cause and effect link between low vitamin D and cardiovascular disease (CVD), however, no such link has been identified. Some studies have found Vitamin D concentration is inversely associated with CVD incidents, however, it is recognized there are many factors that may be associated with this link … [read more]
Massaging Those Jowls Away?
Using a patented device, researchers have shown that mechanical stimulation can trigger biochemical mechanisms that lead to skin remodeling in the aging face … [read more]
Insulin Sensitivity May be Improved by Strawberry and Cranberry Consumption
A study found that polyphenols from strawberries and cranberries improve insulin sensitivity. These findings suggest that incorporation of these fruits in the diet may have long-term beneficial effects, especially for obese insulin-resistant patients … [read more]
Jasmine Rice: A Potential Fountain of Youth?
Ladies and gentlemen, if you’re looking for a new, natural skin-care product, you might want to seek out a product made from jasmine rice. A Thailand-based study from 2015 suggests that creams constituted with the product ML can help the skin retain moisture, assist with its firming, enhance smoothness and help prevent wrinkles and lighten dark spots … [read more]
Nutrition Labels May Reduce the Risk of Diabetes
An article recently published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition deduced that there is a negative association between the use of nutrition labels and one’s future risk of diabetes … [read more]