According to a recent Danish study, a sustainable diet lowers the risk of bleeding or blood clots in the brain. To come to this conclusion, the researchers analyzed the data from 55.016 adults aged between 50 and 64 during a period of 15 years.

Following a plant-based diet is healthy, if done properly. Here the quality of your diet plays a significant role. According to a recent small Australian study, low-quality plant-based diets (vegan or vegetarian) can lead to depression.

A ketogenic diet (a very-low-carbohydrate, modest in protein, and high in fat diet) seems to promote our health and fight various chronic diseases, including overweight, diabetes and liver disease. It shows noticable improvements in symptoms in the short run, but does it maintain all health benefits if followed for a long time?