Scientist from the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, the US, made the diets comparison of 189 men between ages of 19 to 25.
A study made by the University of California has shown encouraging evidence that fish oil, while adopting a prudent lifestyle of balanced diet and adequate exercise, can be the key to longevity and a healthy life.
Researchers discovered eating foods rich in vitamin E such as in almonds, peanuts, pine nuts and beta carotene in dried apricots lowered the risk of cancer as well as heart disease in middle aged or older people.
A study has revealed that today’s eggs contain 70 percent more vitamin D and double the amount of selenium, which is linked to lower risks of cancer and cardiovascular disease, infertility and infections, when compared with eggs three decades ago.
A Mediterranean diet is characterized by a regular intake of fruit, vegetables, pulses, fish, olive oil and nuts.
While earlier research has revealed how too much sugar harms the body through its role in diabetes, obesity and fatty liver, this study is the first to uncover how the sweetener influences the brain.
Rutin is an antioxidant, that may protect your body from inflammation, blood circulation problems and cell damage caused by free radicals.
Goat’s milk is said to be healthier alternative to cows’ milk and is thought less fattening, packed with vitamins and less likely to cause allergies.
Avocado oil has shown in tests to fight free radicals, dangerous molecules which is said to cause aging, heart disease and cancer, according to scientists.
Lycopene is present in all red fruits and vegetables, but its concentrations are highest in tomatoes.