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Herb Nutrients May Even Benefit from Refrigeration

Aromatic herbs such as coriander and spearmint have real potential for improving human diets.

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Curcumin Alleviates Depression Symptoms, New Study Shows

Australian researchers say subjects with atypical depression, a common type of major depression, seemed to benefit even more from the curcumin treatment.

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Scottish Seaweed Helps Iodine Insufficiency

Another study supports seaweed supplements for people with low iodine.

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Figs Have Nutritional and Medicinal Potential

Argentinean researchers review the common fig.

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Testing Honey for Rice Syrup Adulteration

A certain test method may be best for this kind of ingredient testing.

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Four Botanicals to Watch

Goji berry, reishi mushroom, ginger, and blueberry have had strong sales in the past couple of years.

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Calcium Does Not Increase Cardio Risk: New Meta-Analysis

According to the researchers, concern has been raised over the design of past meta-analyses.

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Which Edible Flowers Have Grocery Store Potential?

Delicate as they are, some flower petals are totally edible. But which ones last long enough for grocery stores?

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Are Essential Oils Tomorrow’s Diabetes Solutions?

USDA researchers uncover diabetes-related secrets behind rosemary, oregano, and marjoram extracts.

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Beyond Testosterone: Men’s Health and Dietary Supplements

Keeping aging men healthy takes more than just addressing testosterone. Why supplements are a more holistic approach.

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Ingredient Spotlight: Wheatgrass

Surprising to some, wheatgrass and other cereal grasses can be an important food for those seeking a gluten-free diet.

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