Regular intake of optimal quantity of dark chocolate can reverse the effects of aging.
Want to be healthier when you drink your coffee? Then you may want to try coffee flour.
Black raspberries, the next super food? Researchers found that black raspberries that are grown in Central Europe have greater health benefits compared to their better known cousins raspberries or blackberries.
A recent study found that cancer cells survive longer from antioxidants, when compared to normal cells.
A recent study found that gooseberries have high antioxidants levels, which can help prevent cancer and heart disease from development.
New findings published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease reveal that coffee could be beneficial for cognitive health, particularly among older individuals.
New research suggests that drinking at least three cups of coffee a day can help reduce mortality risk, particularly from stroke and heart disease.
Eating chocolate may help reduce your risk of heart disease, according to recent findings published in the journal Heart.
Could green tea help prevent prostate cancer? The new findings will be presented June 1 at the 2015 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting in Chicago, revealing that it could help to aid in the prevention of the second most common type of cancer in older men.
Could chocolate one day be healthier than the candy treat we're used to? Scientists are breaking down this sweet roasting process to see why we're losing some of the essential antioxidants along the way.
Want to stay looking young? Researchers may have found a way to do so--at least as far as your skin is concerned. They've discovered that the antioxidant Tiron can offer total protection against some types of sun damage and may ultimately help skin stay looking younger for longer.