Other Articles in Issue #53 (March 2019)
Does calcium reduce the risk of pre-eclampsia?
Pre-eclampsia is a blood pressure-related problem seen in some pregnant women. Calcium has been found to correlate with its risk, but whether calcium supplementation in early pregnancy can help prevent pre-eclampsia is unclear.
How much does the cholesterol people eat in their diet actually impact their blood lipids?
A spoonful of sugar makes the liver grow fat
When people eat too much sugar, the excess calories can be deposited as fat in places where fat doesn't normally grow, which can cause health problems. Do other macros in the diet impact this process?
Beer before wine or wine before beer? Either way, you’ll be hungover.
Some common drinking folk wisdom is put to the test.
Mini: How does exercise compare to medication for lowering blood pressure?
Exercise is a major lifestyle change that can lead to lower blood pressure. How much lower depends on how high the blood pressure is to start with.
Will eating breakfast keep you lean?
A lot of the evidence supporting the idea that eating breakfast is important for shedding pounds comes from observational studies. Do clinical trials support this claim, too?
Better mood with healthy food?
How much does diet impact depression and anxiety? This meta-analysis aimed to find out.