Innovative research from the University of Eastern Finland suggests that consuming fatty fish and camelina sativa oil can decrease the lipophilic index in individuals with poor glucose metabolism or coronary heart disease. A lower lipophilic index denotes a more fluid cell membrane, a desirable characteristic for maintaining cell health and function.
Acetylcholine has long been known to regulate blood flow, but the source of this chemical in human blood has remained a mystery. However, a new study by researchers at Karolinska Institutet has discovered that certain T cells in human blood can produce acetylcholine, which helps regulate blood pressure and inflammation.
What is the key to happiness? Is it having a loyal pet, a fulfilling career, a strong marriage, or something else entirely? Happiness can mean different things to different people. However, research has shown that maintaining a positive attitude can potentially add years to your life by decreasing the risk of cardiovascular disease and death from all causes.