Shara Rutberg

Heard the news? If not, vitamins may help 1
Ears to supplements. Vitamin C, and other vitamins, may help reduce the risk of hearing loss in older adults, according to a new study.
E may fight lung cancer 1
One E may help, another E may hurt
Europe invaded by bugs, U.S. next
Mega growth for microbiome
‘Tomato pills’ for cardio health? 2
New study helps unravel mechanism through which the Mediterranean diet promotes health.
Yakult opens giant Cali factory
Ya kan’t get enough from Mexico
Fleeing the fizz
A new Gallup poll shows more and more Americans are avoiding soda these days.
Protein reduces osteoporosis risk
A new study shows that an adequate protein intake can help older women maintain muscle mass and lower the risk of osteoporosis.
Probiotics, take a bowel!
New recommendations from the American College of Gastroenterology now include probiotics to treat irritable bowel syndrome.
Has Pepsi found the next coconut water?
Pepsi’s eying healthy, affordable cashew apple juice as the next coveted beverage ingredient for millennials and middle class consumers thirsty for the next thing.
Antioxidants shield against processed meat's carcinogenic effects
New research suggests antioxidants may protect women who eat a lot of processed meat from the higher risk of breast cancer associated with a baloney habit.
Ringing endorsement for coffee
Latte silence, finally
BPA linked to food intolerance: Study
More evidence against chemical

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