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12/29/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Fisheries and marine aquaculture have long been an important aspect of Norway’s economy — one that the country plans on

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-29-seaweed-farming-the-answer-to-sustainable-food-and-waste-management-for-fish-farms.html

12/28/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

New research shows that frozen fish is just as good as fresh fish if properly prepared. According to an initiative

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-28-is-there-a-nutritional-advantage-to-fresh-vs-frozen-fish-well-that-depends.html

12/27/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Spanish researchers have been able to show that grilling is the best way to preserve mushrooms’ nutritional benefits. Scientists from

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-27-how-do-you-like-your-mushrooms-researchers-find-grilled-preserve-nutritional-benefits.html

12/26/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Trying to conceive might sound exciting on the surface, but it can quickly turn into a source of frustration for

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-26-vitamin-d-fights-disease-and-infertility-new-study-women-with-pcos.html

12/24/2017 / By Rita Winters

Since the 1970s, we’ve been conditioned to believe that dietary fats cause heart disease and it is what makes us

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-24-are-carbs-killing-you-global-study-finds-death-rates-higher-among-carb-eaters-scientists-say-we-should-be-eating-more-fats.html

12/24/2017 / By Zoey Sky

A diet that incorporates “fruits, vegetables, and whole grains” has countless benefits, from improved overall health to weight loss. But

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-24-healthy-diet-found-to-help-reduce-delay-symptoms-of-ms.html

12/23/2017 / By Ralph Flores

Bad news for people on a diet: experts report that foods with higher fat, sugar, and salt contents make up a significant chunk of

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-23-are-you-in-a-diet-rut-our-ancestors-diets-were-more-diverse-and-nutrient-dense.html

12/22/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

If you thought canola oil was one of the “good” oils, think again. Although marketing campaigns position it as healthy,

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-22-scientists-finally-issue-warning-against-canola-oil-study-reveals-it-is-detrimental-to-brain-health-contributes-to-dementia-causes-weight-gain.html

12/21/2017 / By Vicki Batts

The organic food industry has been booming for more than a decade — and the market shows no signs of

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-21-organic-food-isnt-just-better-for-you-it-tastes-better-too.html

12/20/2017 / By Rita Winters

Asthma, a chronic inflammation of the lung airways, has been around since the ancient Egyptian times. This disease plagues approximately

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-20-new-study-finds-vitamin-e-effective-at-relieving-the-chronic-symptoms-of-asthma.html

12/19/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Alzheimer’s disease is the scourge of the elderly. Characterized by mental decline, difficulty understanding and thinking, confusion, forgetfulness, disorientation, loss

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-19-alzheimers-disease-study-points-to-vitamin-c-prevention-nutrient.html

12/19/2017 / By Zoey Sky

Macronutrients are the lifeblood of athletes. However, while carbohydrates and fat give them fuel and energy, protein lets their bodies

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-19-nutritional-requirements-should-match-your-lifestyle-study-finds-female-athletes-need-50-per-cent-more-protein-than-non-active-males.html

12/18/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Soccer player Jason Lalli tore his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) at age 26. Four years later, his knee started aching,

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-18-aca-doctors-worry-torn-knee-ligaments-lead-to-arthritis-but-could-it-be-the-treatment-almost-all-such-injuries-receive-surgery.html

12/15/2017 / By Trans Scriber

Transcript of Audio Podcast – Tribute to the “Juice Man” Jay Kordich This is a tribute to the “Juice Man”,

http://www.nutrients.news/2017-12-15-tribute-to-the-juice-man-jay-kordich-podcast-transcript.html