All posts created by Michelle Simmons
05/22/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

A study found that a nutraceutical agent using compounds found in the Mediterranean diet can reduce the risk of metabolic

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-05-22-nutraceutical-agent-mediterranean-diet-found-to-reduce-risk-of-metabolic-disease.html

05/22/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Scientists have discovered a new formulation for curcumin: In a study, they found that using a gamma-cyclodextrin formulation in curcumin supplements could

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-05-22-new-curcumin-formulation-provides-a-significant-boost-to-bioavailability.html

05/20/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

A study found that fish oil benefits the heart by counteracting the effects of mental stress in several measurements of

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-05-20-how-exactly-does-fish-oil-help-the-heart-counteracts-effects-of-mental-stress.html

05/18/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Minimize the risk of food poisoning from contaminated food surfaces by using oregano oil. A study published in LWT- Food

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-05-18-use-oregano-oil-as-a-natural-method-to-clean-food-surfaces.html

05/17/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Researchers have found that antioxidant and amino acid supplementation can treat psychosis. The article, published in the journal Early Intervention in Psychiatry,

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-05-17-antioxidant-and-amino-acid-supplements-can-treat-psychosis.html

05/17/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Strawberries may be sweet and juicy, but they are more than just their taste. This fruit can reduce inflammation and

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-05-17-strawberries-can-reduce-inflammation-prevent-cognitive-decline.html

05/16/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

The jury’s out: Experts have confirmed that olive oil is essential for good health, thanks to its many medicinal properties.

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-05-16-academics-and-nutritionists-olive-oil-is-essential-for-good-health.html

05/16/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

If you suffer from chronic pain, limit your consumption of tomatoes, eggplants, and other nightshades. It is believed that this plant

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-05-16-limit-your-intake-of-tomatoes-potatoes-peppers-and-eggplants-if-you-have-chronic-pain-nightshades-can-contribute-to-inflammation.html

05/16/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Bacteria in the small intestine may play a role in weight management, according to a study published in the journal Cell

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-05-16-bacteria-in-your-small-intestines-may-explain-why-you-gain-weight.html

05/15/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Make your diet more heart-healthy by including foods rich in monounsaturated fatty acids. A study found that eating more monounsaturated

http://www.foodscience.news/2018-05-15-reboot-your-diet-consuming-more-mono-unsaturated-fatty-acids-can-reduce-your-risk-of-heart-disease-by-26.html