Shara Rutberg

The next trend for suckers
Bacon straws lead the way
Botanical synergy may slow colon cancers
Colon cancer’s “holy grail?”
Toddler tempers ruled by bugs?
The types and amount of gut microbes in kids seems to affect their behavior, according to new research.
It’s matcha, matcha, man!
Matcha’s hot, and cold, according to bubbling media. Will it seep into the mainstream?
Thunder god vine: The answer to obesity?
New research suggests an extract from the thunder god vine may hold promise in fighting obesity.
High protein snacks may help teens fight fat
An afternoon dose of high-protein soy may help teens control appetite for the rest of the day, according to new research.
Breathe E-asier in the smog with vitamins
Vitamin E may help counteract the effect of air pollutions on the lungs, according to new research from the U.K.
Keep cognitively flexible with DHA, EPA
Fish oil may help keep the brains of people at risk for Alzheimer’s more flexible, new research suggests.
Birch of the next super drink
Birch water’s popularity bubbles up in Britain. Is the U.S. next?
Omegas help diabetes get off your nerves
New research on mice suggested that fish oil may slow diabetes-related nerve damage or even reverse it.
Grounds for health
Next gen “green” coffee supps?
Gutting allergies with probiotics
Microbes against mucus
Lower C levels associated with fewer cognitive concerns
Research shows a correlation between low vitamin C levels and a higher prevalence of a biomarker for Alzheimer’s.
Low D linked to lupus
New research reveals link between vitamin D deficiency and a higher rate of lupus.
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