When men eat certain foods from lean meat and nuts to cabbage and strawberries, their bodies naturally produce more male hormone, lowering the odds of infertility and impotence.
With scientists finding increasing proof of what some refer to as “the brain in the belly,” it’s more obvious than ever that what we eat affects our moods.
To sidestep gas, bloating, cramps, and diarrhea, we need to maintain the right balance of bacteria in our intestinal tract.
Eating appropriately nutritious foods is a natural way to balance hormones that helps relieve symptoms of menopause, protect against breast cancer and preserve bone health. These four powerhouse foods top the drug-free approach.
Many brain health experts are now focusing on food as a critical defense against dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease. Promising clinical trials suggest that nutritional changes may stave off cognitive impairment.
Can what we eat help us enjoy better sleep? Yes, says our panel of experts—see which foods, drinks and supplements they recommend to ease your zzz’s.
Full of flavor and flavonoids, each type of berry offers a particular health protection.
One of the oldest sweeteners used by man, honey remains a perennial favorite for good reason, with far more to recommend it than just savoring its sweetness.
Experts say that including certain nutrients in our diet can help prevent, and even reverse, hair loss.
Studies tell us that skin can absorb up to 60 percent of what we apply to it. So, feeding skin high-quality nutrients may be as important as the foods we eat.