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  • Fiber, Fruit & Vegetables May Decrease Kidney Stone Risk in Women

    January 5, 2015
    Research based on Women’s Health Initiative published in Journal of Urology.

  • Fruits & Vegetables: Mental Well-Being

    November 3, 2014
    Nutraceuticals: Fruits & Vegetables Indication: Mental Well-Being Source: BMJ Open (online September 2014) Research: Major behavioral risk factors are known to adversely affect health outcomes and be strongly associated with mental illne…

  • Fruits & Vegetables: Stroke Risk

    June 2, 2014
    Nutraceutical: Fruits & Vegetables  Indication: Stroke Risk Source: Stroke, May 2014 Research: Researchers conducted a meta-analysis to summarize evidence from prospective cohort studies about the association o…

  • Fruits & Vegetables May Reduce Mortality Risk

    May 1, 2014
    Eating seven or more portions of fruit and vegetables a day may reduce risk of death at any point in time by 42% compared to eating less than one portion, according to a study from University College London (UCL) published in the Journal of Epidemiol…

  • Fruit, Vegetables & Whole Grains: Multimorbidity

    September 9, 2013
    Nutraceutical: Fruit, Vegetables & Whole Grains Indication: Multimorbidity Source: Clinical Nutrition, July 24, 2013 Research: Multimorbidity, defined as the co-occurrence of two or more chronic medical conditions, is a common health status. T…

  • Snikiddy Reintroduces Eat Your Vegetables With Kale

    June 25, 2013
    Snikiddy, Boulder, CO, which produces a line of all-natural snacks made from simple, real-food ingredients, has added the superfood kale to the list of vegetables in its Eat Your Vegetables chips. The chips also feature broccoli, spinach, tomatoes, s…

  • Fruits & Vegetables May Protect Kidneys

    February 8, 2013
    Study suggests dietary changes reduce metabolic acidosis and kidney injury in kidney disease patients.

  • Are Fruit and Vegetable Intakes Corrupted by Dietary Supplement Use?

    Are Fruit and Vegetable Intakes Corrupted by Dietary Supplement Use?

    Michael McBurney, PhD, Head of Scientific Affairs at DSM Nutritional Products LLC || October 15, 2012
    Ok, I admit, this piece was stimulated by a news article, not a peer-reviewed paper. My ire was raised when I read the Australian Herald Sun headline: “Experts fear popping vitamins may corrupt kid's dietary habits into adulthood.” &n…