Eating more high-fiber foods can reduce food allergies

Eating more high-fiber foods can reduce food allergies

The study, which was published in the journal Cells Reports , found a direct link between the development and persistence of food allergies and gut bacteria health.

Chemicals in toiletries could trigger early puberty

Chemicals in toiletries could trigger early puberty

The researchers note that a number of chemicals can interfere with natural hormones in our bodies and have been linked to early puberty in animal studies including phthalates, which are often found in scented products like perfumes, soaps and shampoos; parabens, which are used as preservatives in cosmetics; and phenols, which include triclosan, which the FDA banned from use in hand soap in 2017 because it was shown to be ineffective, but which is still used in some toothpastes..

Whole Foods Market Rated Worst for Toxic Food Packaging

Whole Foods Market Rated Worst for Toxic Food Packaging

Grocery Store Chain Linked to Cancer Causing Chemical A study released by consumer watchdog groups Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families and Toxic-Free Future 4 reveals Amazon’s recently acquired grocer — Whole Foods Market — was the biggest offender in their analysis of paper products coming in contact with food.

Royal Jelly May Be Beneficial for Health

Royal Jelly May Be Beneficial for Health

They also identified a protein with similar qualities found in mammals, which they dubbed Regina — a nod to the queen bee for which royalactin is made — which like royalactin allows embryonic stem cells to maintain their naïve state.

Choline Is Crucial for Liver Health

Choline Is Crucial for Liver Health

According to Masterjohn, while saturated fats are beneficial to health, they increase your choline requirement — and to a greater degree than unhealthy fats such as corn oil (about 30 percent greater) — so in the absence of sufficient choline, even these healthy fats can contribute to fatty liver.