Other Articles in Issue #06 (April 2015)
Blueberries every day keeps high blood pressure at bay
Blueberries may be a simple way to lower this important cardiovascular disease risk factor.
Driving a car blindfolded: the neurobiology of appetite
One of the most important contributers to weight gain may be modern hyperpalatable food. By Margaret Leitch
Can the paleo diet make metabolic syndrome ancient history?
Can a paleo diet improve risk factors for those who already have metabolic syndrome?
Kick the can: how BPA in canned drinks impacts blood pressure
BPA is everywhere, from receipts to canned foods. How exactly does it impact blood pressure?
The gut microbiome’s role in type I diabetes
Development of type 1 diabetes in infants isn’t fully understood. This study explores the role of the infant microbiome.
Curry… brain food?
The widely-used Indian spice turmeric contains curcumin, which may help with DHA synthesis.
Can fiber change your emotions?
Due to the “gut-brain axis”, feeding gut bacteria might affect your emotions.
One pro of probiotic drinks: mitigating harm from overeating
Yakult is a widely-available probiotic drink. Might it have benefits for blood sugar control?
- Interview: Mike Ormsbee, Ph.D.
Another benefit of dark berries: blood sugar control
Using berries to better control blood sugar? Believe it.