Herbs and spices appear to have antioxidant, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory properties and they may in addition reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases, eg cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative conditions, chronic inflammation, arthritis, cancer, obesity and diabetes type 2

In May 2019 researchers from Canada published their review of the medical scientific literature to identify and assess specific biomarkers in 25 herbs and spices, namely anise, basil, black pepper, … Read more

DASH diet* turns 21 in 2018 – scientifically proven to lower blood pressure levels and cholesterol, plus reduces the risk of several types of cancer, heart disease, stroke, heart failure, kidney stones, diabetes type 2, depression and even slow the progression of kidney disease

In April 1997 researchers from the USA published the results of their study to assess the effect of dietary patterns on blood pressure levels.  459 adults with systolic blood pressures Read more