Anders Grontved, Eric B. Rimm, Walter C. Willett, Lars B. Andersen, Frank B. Hu. “A Prospective Study of Weight Training and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Men.” Arch Intern Med., Aug. 6, 2012.
Men who complete weight training for at least 150 minutes per week are at 34% lower risk of developing type-2 diabetes.
What and when we eat can alter our body clocks – consequently impacting overall health, weight, and life expectancy.
Increased consumption of carotenoids improves lung capacity and extend the time that it asthma attack leads to worsen.
increased dietary intake of magnesium may help to reduce the risk of colorectal cancer.
Older adults who learned music in childhood and continued to play an instrument for at least 10 years outperformed others in tests of memory and cognitive abili
As little as one serving a day of beef, pork, lamb, ham, hot dogs, sausage, or bacon may increase a person’s risk of ischemic stroke.
Daily consumption of dried apples for six months lowers total cholesterol by 13%, and LDL ("bad") cholesterol by 24%, among postmenopausal women.
Roofers and road construction workers who use hot asphalt experience elevated blood high levels of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs).
Strawberry extract added to skin cell cultures acts as a protector against ultraviolet radiation, as well as increasing its viability and reducing damage to DNA
Why women live, on average, longer than men may be explained by genetic variation across mitochondria – the energy powerhouses of cells.
More than 6% of Americans ages 70 to 89 develop mild cognitive impairment (MCI) every year, and the condition appears to affect men more than women.
Study results suggest that men who take a daily vitamin E supplement may increase their risk of prostate cancer.
Married men with two or more children may be at significantly lower risk for having a fatal cardiovascular event
Being born and raised in a major urban area is associated with greater lifetime risk for anxiety and mood disorders.
Levels of nine specific proteins that decline with age can be reversed by testosterone treatment, suggesting beneficial effects for aging men.
Harvard researchers report that increased intakes of vitamin D associate with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease in men.
Sulforaphane, one of the primary phytochemicals in broccoli, selectively targets and kills cancer cells while leaving normal prostate cells healthy.
Men who take 30 tablets a month or more of acetaminophen for five or more years have an estimated 38% lower risk of prostate cancer.
A routine of brisk walking may help to lower the risk of prostate cancer progression, among men diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer.
Australian researchers report that the 'turkey tail' mushroom is effective in suppressing prostate tumor development, in a lab animal model.
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35. The Not-So-Killer Tomato
Tomatoes are rich lycopene, an antioxidant nutrient which has been associated with heart health, and, in men -- prostate health. Enjoy fresh tomatoes from local growers when in season. Other times of the year, reach for processed tomatoes knowing that ketchup, tomato paste, and pasta sauces pack even more lycopenes because they are concentrated during the reduction process. Opt for low-sugar, low-salt varieties when choosing processed tomato products.