For years, we’ve been praising the virtues of an extraordinary beverage.
Now, new research shows that green tea may reign above all other superfoods. It may be the healthiest thing you can put in your body.
At INH, we provide you with the most unbiased, accurate, and cutting-edge health guidance you can get… But it is still gratifying when impeccable research confirms the advice we’ve been giving our readers.
For years, we have been telling you that not all vitamin D is created equal. One type is more readily absorbed and has greater health benefits.
And now a major new study confirms our longstanding recommendation.… Read More
A new study finds there’s an incredibly fast way to keep your bones strong and prevent osteoporosis. It takes just one minute a day.
Researchers at two universities in England found that short, intense bursts of activity are more beneficial to bones than long hours of mild exercise.
Scientists studied data on more than 2,500 healthy women. About half were premenopausal.… Read More
The most popular fruits in America are bananas, apples, berries, and oranges.
Mangoes? They don’t even make the top 10.1
But all of us should be eating more of them. New studies at Texas A&M and Oklahoma State universities show they have powerful health benefits.2
Can a compound found in strawberries keep your mind sharp into old age?
A new study by the famed Salk Institute has found that a strawberry extract stops cognitive decline by preventing brain cell inflammation that usually occurs with aging.1
Excited scientists believe it may be a major breakthrough in preventing and treating conditions like Alzheimer’s.
Seniors may hesitate to do a short, strenuous workout. They fear they are too frail. Or that their heart might give out.
But a new study shows that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is the best type of exercise…no matter your age.
And it is safe and well tolerated by seniors.