Nutrition & Health Advances 2013
Collected from the pages of the award-winning Nutrition Action Healthletter, this special report will give you snapshots of emerging research on a broad range of important topics. Each “quick study” summarizes the results of a recent study—on vitamin D and knee pain, say—in easy-to-understand language. And we always end with a “What to do” section that helps you figure out how to use the results to improve your health.
How to keep abreast of the best research and studies on nutrition and health. From emerging research on diet and disease to the latest thinking on exercise and nutrition, you’ll use Nutrition & Health Advances 2013 every day! Order this special report, so you’ll immediately benefit from the latest proven research on health and nutrition. The Nutrition & Health Advances 2013 report has been compiled especially for you by our expert staff of scientists and nutritionists with one goal in mind: to keep you up-to-date on the latest research and studies from 2013 on nutrition, weight control, exercise, and disease prevention. That’s exactly why you should you’ll start benefiting today from 2013’s most current research and studies on nutrition, weight control, exercise, and disease prevention. Nutrition & Health Advances 2013 Nutrition & Health Advances 2013 is divided into three sections: Nutrition & Health, Weight Control, and Exercise & Health. With articles such as: “Berry Good: Study offers clues about whether certain berries can help protect the heart” – Read about it on page 5. “DHA & Arthritis: Can some of the omega-3 fats found in fish oil prevent cartilage loss? — See page 7. “Ginkgo Gone: One of the top-selling herbal supplements, Ginkgo biloba has been found to cause cancer in laboratory animals” – See this study on page 11. “Eat Early?: Can eating early in the day help you lose more weight?” – Get the answer on page 18. “Diabetes Defense: What is the one thing that a person with pre-diabetes should do to avoid full-blown diabetes?” – Find out on page 19. “Now Hear This…” – Weight and inactivity may lead to hearing loss – See this study on page 20. “Guilty or Innocent: Is a defendant more likely to be found guilty if they are obese?” – Find out on page 23. And many, many more health studies…more than 40 total research studies covered… in the pages of Nutrition & Health Advances 2013.