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Supplements can fill health gaps, say dietitians  December 10, 2009
More than 80 per cent of registered dietitians consider most Americans have gaps in their diets that can be filled with vitamins and other dietary supplements, according to new research from the Life...supplemented 2009 Healthcare Professionals (HCP) Impact Study... Read more

Supplements best to boost vitamin D, Harvard  December 10, 2009
Supplements are the safest, easiest way to boost vitamin D levels, says Harvard Heart Letter, which is spreading the word about the vitamin's multifaceted benefits: It is good for the heart and overall health, not just bones... Read more

Vitamin D deficiency linked directly to heart disease  November 20, 2009
Researchers from Utah presented fresh evidence this week linking vitamin D deficiency to heart disease at the American Heart Association's (AHA) Scientific Conference in Orlando, Florida... Read more

Supplement users may have better cancer survival: Study July 31, 2009
Lung cancer patients who were regular dietary supplement users prior to diagnosis may have better survival chances than non-users, says a new study from Norway... Read more

Science supports dairy calcium for weight loss June 17, 2009

Increased intakes of calcium can increase excretion of fat in the feces, and may play a role in weight management and preventing weight gain, says a review of the science... Read more

Antioxidant vitamins may protect against female cancer June 3, 2009
Increased intakes of vitamins C and E and beta-carotene may reduce the risk of cancer of the uterus, according to a new review and meta-analysis of the science to date... Read more

Multivitamins linked to younger 'biological age': Study May 27, 2009
The cells of multivitamin users may have a younger biological age than cells from non-users, according to new research from the US... Read more

 Calcium and vitamin D may protect against diabetes: Study March 13, 2009
Increased intakes of calcium and vitamin D may improve insulin levels, and offer protection against diabetes, independent of dairy intake, suggests a new study... Read more

Omega-3 DHA boost for heart health in high-risk men: Study  March 6, 2009
Supplements of the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) may reduce compounds associated with inflammation by up to 20 per cent, says a new study... Read more

B vitamins may protect over-65s from cancer, says study November 7, 2008
A daily supplement of B vitamins may reduce the risk of breast cancer and other invasive cancers in women over the age of 65, according to a new study from the US... Read

More vitamin D for fewer heart-related deaths: study June 24, 2008
People with low blood levels of vitamin D are more than twice as likely to die from cardiovascular disease as those with high levels, suggests a new study..... Read

Omega-3 linked to healthy eyes: meta-analysis June 10, 2008
A high intake of omega-3 fatty acids and fish may reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) by up to 38 per cent, suggests a new meta-analysis..... Read 

Women want to know more about nutrition for menopause September 19, 2007
A survey sponsored by Archer Daniels Midland has found that women want their doctors to inform them about non-medicinal options for relieving menopausal symptoms... Read

Checking in on vitamin D   June 06, 2007
Vitamin D is critical for bone health and also may reduce the risk of diabetes, high blood pressure and migraines, among other diseases, but people without regular sun exposure and a diet high in vitamin D might be deficient, an expert says. Seattle Post-Intelligencer (6/6)

AHA Urges Women of Child-Bearing Age to Take a Multivitamin with Folic Acid   June 6, 2007
"Prospective parents can take positive lifestyle steps to increase the chance that their babies will be born with a healthy heart," says the American Heart Association (AHA) in a communiqué reporting on a new scientific statement, "Non-inherited Risk Factors and Congenital Cardiovascular Defects: Current Knowledge," published in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, May 22 (published online). ... Read More

FDA has approved the STS-7 System, a device that measures glucose levels continuously for up to seven days in people with diabetes.   June 4, 2007    
The device provides extra information to help detect trends and track glucose levels throughout the week -- data that wouldn't be captured by standard fingerstick measurements alone. However, diabetics must still rely on fingerstick tests to decide on how much insulin is needed to treat their disease.

Study: Whole grains lower risk of heart problems   May 28, 2007
Whole grains, such as oatmeal, barley and brown rice, offer heart benefits that include a lower risk of heart disease and stroke, researchers found. Adults who ate 2.5 servings of whole grains each day were nearly 25% less likely to develop cardiovascular disease than those who rarely ate whole grains, the study revealed. Reuters (5/28)

Low-glycemic diet works better than low-fat diet for people with high insulin secretion   May 15, 2007
Diets that seek to stabilize blood sugar after eating, called low-glycemic-load diets, may be more effective for long-term weight loss, and more effective than low-fat diets in people who secrete large amounts of insulin, according to a report in the May 16 issue of JAMA...Read

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