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Olive Leaf Extract May Be Beneficial for Heart Health

iHealth News – Olive Leaf Extract May Be Beneficial for Heart Health

This systematic review assessed the impact of olive leaf extract on cardiometabolic risk factors in adults. Twelve randomized clinical... Read More
Higher Blood Caffeine Levels Linked to Lower Obesity and Joint Disease Risk

iHeath News: Higher Blood Caffeine Levels Linked to Lower Obesity and Joint Disease Risk

A recent study conducted by researchers from Imperial College London and the University of Copenhagen has found that high... Read More
Antioxidant Supplements May Fuel Cancer Growth

iHealth News: Antioxidant Supplements May Fuel Cancer Growth

A recent study has revealed that antioxidants, such as vitamin C, can stimulate the formation of new blood vessels... Read More
WHO advises Against Non-Sugar Sweeteners for Weight Control

iHealth News: WHO advises Against Non-Sugar Sweeteners for Weight Control

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued new guidance saying that non-sugar sweeteners (NSS) should not be used for... Read More
Very Low-carb Diets Are Not Good for Heart Health

iHealth News: Very Low-carb Diets Are Not Good for Heart Health

The American Heart Association has released a report that states very low-carb diets like ketogenic diets are not good... Read More
Do you avoid caffeine like the plaque?

健康生活 – Do you avoid caffeine like the plaque?

Here’s a fun fact: Plenty of foods and drinks contain caffeine, some of which might surprise you. This may... Read More
Exercise More and Maintain a Healthy Weight for a Healthy Gut

iHeath News: Exercise More and Maintain a Healthy Weight for a Healthy Gut

Exercise helps keep our gut microbiota healthy. Researchers found that exercise of moderate duration (more than 150 minutes per... Read More
Green Tea May Lower the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

健康生活 – Remission Possible for Type 2 Diabetes

Green tea may improve insulin sensitivity, reduce blood sugar levels, and lower the risk of type 2 diabetes. Studies... Read More
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iHealth News: Certain Supplements Linked to Serious Health Issues

Some supplements sold in the U.S. for weight loss, muscle building, energy, and colon cleansing, have been found to... Read More
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Global patterns in excess body weight and the associated cancer burden

由美國癌症協會、倫敦帝國理工學院以及哈佛陳曾熙公共衛生學院共同發表的一篇評論指出,超重與罹患癌症的風險有關聯。 The American Cancer Society, Imperial College London, and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health have coauthored... Read More