There is pattern of eating that research and science continues to support; the Mediterranean diet. New research published in The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association found that structural changes evident with the dementia syndrome are effected by the Mediterranean diet.
A new study has found that a 10% increase in animal protein intake was linked to a 2% increase in overall mortality and 8% increase in risk of cardiovascular-related death, while a 3% increase in plant protein intake was linked to a 10% decrease in overall mortality and a 12% decrease in cardiovascular mortality.
Help celebrate Food Day Canada! Join this annual culinary party by taking Anita Stewart’s challenge to cook using 100% Canadian ingredients.
Researchers at Macquarie University have found that a Western-style diet low in fruits, vegetables and fiber, interferes with the ability of the body when full to block the pleasant memories we experience at seeing or smelling delicious food. Thus, shedding light on the reason why appetizing treats can be so hard to refuse.