Research Roundup

November 2016 Issue

Research Roundup: November 2016

Increasing fruit and vegetable intake may make people happier, according to Australian researchers. Eating higher amounts of unsaturated fats is associated with lower mortality, while higher consumption of saturated and trans fats is linked with higher mortality when compared with the same number of calories from carbohydrates, according to Harvard researchers. Eating omega-3s from both seafood and plant sources may reduce heart attack death risk, research shows.

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