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Curcumin may boost recovery and maintain performance during workouts

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Dietary supplements formulated with highly bioavailable curcumin may allow for faster recovery after competition-level training, and blunt training-related decreases in performance , says new data presented at Experimental Biology 2017. 

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Broccoli may beneficially affect microbiota diversity: Study

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US pregnant women falling short of omega-3 intake recommendations

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Ingredion clinical trial shows blood sugar lowering potential of Versafibe ingredient

Susceptibility to intestinal infections in neonates has been generally ascribed to immaturity of the innate and adaptive immune systems; however, additional factors may play a role, as this study demonstrates. ©iStock

Valuable protection: Is the variety of gut bacteria more important than immune system in newborns?

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Grape seed extract may protect gut from inflammation: Study

Turmeric has been used traditionally as a medicinal herb in India and South East Asia for illnesses including hepatic and rheumatic ailments. ©iStock

Curcumin concoction could combat colitis: Study

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RCT: Ashwagandha root extract may improve memory and cognitive functions

The findings establish a causal relationship whereby NPD1 modulates Iduna abundance and cell survival after neural injury/stroke, resulting in neurological protection. ©iStock/Serquan

Fish oil molecule ups brain and eye cell survival odds from stroke

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Study unlocks how genes may affect dietary preferences

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