A study by Soffritti et al, published in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine, found that when Aspartame, a well known intense artificial sweetener used in more than 6,000 products, was administered in feed (prenatally through life span), it induces cancers of the liver and lung in rats and male mice.
This informative fact sheet explains why refined sugar and high fructose corn syrup are detrimental to human health.
This study, by Flynn et al, published in the Journal of Women’s Health, concluded that an olive oil-enriched diet brought about greater weight loss than a lower-fat diet in an 8-week comparison.
This metanalysis, by Bloomfield et al, and published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, summarized the findings of many studies that looked at whether a Mediterranean diet is healthier than the typical Western diet.
This study looked at the effect of coconut oil, olive oil, and butter on the blood lipids of healthy adults.
This study, by Hoy et al, and published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, suggested a favorable effect of a low-fat diet on breast cancer recurrence, especially in postmenopausal women with hormone receptor negative disease.
Study participants were randomly assigned to either a low-egg diet (less than 2 eggs/week) or a diet that included 2 eggs/day for 6 days each week, over a three-month period.