“Supportive but not conclusive scientific evidence suggests that daily consumption of about 1½ tablespoons (20 grams) of oils containing high levels of oleic acid, may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease...”

A simple research experiment at Warwick’s Rootes Grocery Store found that moving produce nearer to the store’s entrance may have encouraged increased fruit and vegetable consumption, even without overt messaging...

On November 19, 2018 the FDA announced a new qualified health claim on food package labels for edible oils containing high amounts of oleic acid, a type of monounsaturated fat that has heart health benefits when it replaces foods high in saturated fat. A qualified health claim is supported by more limited scientific evidence than ... New qualified health claim for oleic acid on food packages

While it may be tempting to toss the stems, leaves or flowers of plants, there's another great use for them... Cook them! In addition to reducing waste, you’ll also be improving the nutritional quality of your diet.

Drinking green tea is associated with a lower incidence of cardiovascular disease and cancer where oxidative stress plays an important role...