Entries by Create Cures Foundation

The Fasting Mimicking Diet, as opposed to the more traditional water fasting, results in a decrease in intestinal diseases in mice and in systemic inflammation in humans

The Fasting Mimicking Diet, as opposed to the more traditional water fasting, results in a decrease in intestinal diseases in mice and in systemic inflammation in humans. Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) comprises various pathologies characterized by acute and chronic inflammation of the intestine and that include rectal ulcerative colitis and Chron’s disease. These diseases are […]

Coffee break is a very important moment during an event, but contrary to the popular belief that they provide a jolt of energy to help us make it through the day, actually, they can make us sleepier. Find out how to organize a healthy break by reading this article!

Planning a Healthy Coffee Break for Work Events Let’s be honest— following a healthy diet when at home is much easier than when out and about, whether on the road or at social and work events. One particular challenge that my patients encounter at work conferences and meetings is the extremely tempting –and yet dreaded…coffee […]

Q&A with USC scientist Valter Longo

USC scientist Valter Longo talks about how to live a longer and healthier life, what to know about fasting, aging, dieting and when you should eat In this Q&A, Prof. Longo reveals the role that food can play in keeping us young and tackles some common misconceptions related to how, what, and when we should […]

Red Meat Consumption Linked to Higher Risk of Endometriosis.

Red meat consumption is associated to a higher risk of endometriosis. A prospective study conducted on over 80,000 pre-menopausal women indicates that eating more than two servings per day of red meat (hamburger, beef/pork/lamb sandwich, pork, beef, and liver) or five servings or more of processed red meat (hot dog, bacon, and sliced processed meat) […]