If you want to get your cholesterol into healthier territory, adding some corn oil to your diet may be an effective means of doing so.
25 adults with high cholesterol, consuming four tablespoons of corn oil per day lowered cholesterol levels by greater proportions than those who consumed an equivalent amount of coconut oil.
A little purple corn on your menu could be the key to keeping diabetes and its associated complications at bay.
purple corn were associated with improved glucose uptake and increased insulin secretion, as well as activating free fatty acid receptor-1 and glucokinase
If you're trying to give your sluggish digestive tract a boost, a little corn might just do the trick.
A 2013 study published in The Journal of Nutrition found that consumption of polydextrose and soluble corn fiber, two types of fiber found in corn,
A healthy balance of gut bacteria is essential for not only keeping your digestive tract healthy, but promoting whole-body wellbeing
soluble corn fiber had a prebiotic effect, increasing the amount of beneficial bifidobacteria in the digestive tract of study subjects.
Enjoying some air-popped popcorn as a snack could help you stay satisfied between meals without turning to high-calorie snacks.
A study published in the European Journal of Nutrition ranked popcorn as having a 154% satiety index, using white bread as a baseline comparison with a 100% satiety index.