Health and wellness are definitely at the top of the list of today's round-up of new products on the shelf - from snacks that donate some of their proceeds to research into breast cancer and to find a cure for people with allergies, to clean label...
A new study from Harvard has reported that pre-menopausal women who
eat more that one and a half servings of red per day may double
their risk of hormone receptor-positive breast cancer, compared to
women who eat less than three servings...
Women who consume significant amounts of vitamin B6- often found in
fortified cereals- can cut their risk of colorectal cancer,
especially if they drink, according to new research, writes
Women in Asian countries, where a lot of soy is consumed, have
dramatically lower rates of breast cancer than women in the United
States and Europe. A team of scientists have examined whether there
are any negaitve effects.
Soy appears to deliver tangible health benefits for the heart,
brain and kidney health but more research is needed in many areas,
heard a large audience attending this year's Soy and Health
In what could be seen as a blow to the fast-growing market for soy
products, a new study from the US suggests that processing soy for
use in supplements and food products could seriously reduce its
Consuming tofu and other soy-based foods significantly lowers
levels of a class of oestrogens normally associated with breast
cancer risk in postmenopausal women, according to new research
published in the September issue of Cancer...