Eating more homemade meals may reduce risk of type 2 diabetes People who mostly eat meals prepared at home may have a slightly lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Eating more homemade meals may be associated with less weight gain over time, which could contribute to a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Diet may determine your risk for rheumatoid arthritis Two new studies show a person’s diet can significantly affect his or her chance of developing rheumatoid arthritis.
Vanilla yogurt makes us feel happy Foods that are more - or less - delicious than we expect can also cause mood changes. We all know what it's like to take a bite of something expecting one taste and getting another - it can be an enjoyable or disgusting experience. New research reveals that being pleasantly surprised or disappointed with a food product can actually change a person's mood.
Just one energy drink may boost heart disease risk in young adults Drinking one 16-ounce energy drink boosts blood pressure and stress hormone responses in young, healthy adults, according to a new study. These changes could conceivably trigger new cardiovascular events.