A study of half a million people in China has found that just 100 grams of fruit per day can cut the risk of cardiovascular mortality by a third.
Those who adhered closely to a food guide published by the Japanese government was found to have a lower risk of death from all causes, particularly stroke.
Fish, an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, have been found to have a beneficial effect on fetal brain formation within the womb.
Mice fed with fish oil additives gained less weight and showed an increase in fat burning beige cells.
Potato chips are the top obesity-causing food for children and adolescents to consume, say scientists.
Bama mini pigs thrive even on a low protein diet, suggesting that raising indigenous Chinese pigs could reduce feeding costs.
Besides being building blocks of proteins and neurotransmitters, glutamate and aspartate can also act as antioxidants.
Are you drinking eight glasses of water, eating salad and sleeping eight hours a day? Good for you, but unfortunately, your actions might not have a firm scientific basis.
Study says that a high salt diet activates immune cells known as macrophages, possibly causing type 2 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases.