No matter how much information comes out, some food myths refuse to die. Who has ever heard that eggs will raise your cholesterol or that eating late at night will cause weight gain? The following article separates the fact from the fiction based on current research.
Chances are you take a multivitamin of some sort. More than half of Americans do. But do they really do us any good? What does the research tell us? This New York Times article looks at what we know (and don’t know) about vitamins currently.
We know that sleep is essential to our mental and physical well being. Eight hours a night is the standard recommendation. There are some people,though, who find that even though they hit the sack early, they are unable to fall, or stay, asleep. One new question researchers are asking is whether gut health could be a factor in sleep health.