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  • “No known lethal dose:” New potential for marijuana is treating drug addiction
    - Research is showing that instead of abstinence for drug users it may be better to instead introduce them to a milder drug to help reduce the impact addiction has in their life. They believe marijuana can help crack, and cocaine users curb their ...
  • 4 Ways You're Eating Your Way Toward an Anti-Inflammatory Diet
    - The different foods we eat affects us all in different ways, we all react differently to different foods but diets in our times seem like that just keep escalating towards backwoods progression regarding the health part of eating. The diets that ...
  • 5 Important Minerals and Vitamins all Crossfitters Need to beEating
    - If you are someone who exercises a lot, or participates in CrossFit, then you must know how important your diet is. Too many people disregard their diet and do not think anything of it long term. It is something that can really affect the way th ...
  • 5 powerful reasons to start eating garlic TODAY
    - Garlic is an essential ingredient in many kitchens, and also demonstrates an impressive array of health benefits. For example, garlic can encourage higher production of hydrogen sulfide, which helps to keep your blood vessels open and supple, re ...
  • 5 reasons why you should start eating mushrooms
    - 5 reasons why you should start eating mushrooms The consumption of mushrooms leads to several health benefits, many of which are fast-acting and highly prominent. For instance, one serving of mushrooms contains over three grams of fiber which lea ...
  • 5 underrated vegetables you should be eating
    - There are many kinds of veggies out there but not all of them have a good rep. Some are assumed to not taste good. This talks about five which are highly under rated. You should have these as part of your diet, though, for their health benefits. ...
  • 6 Easy Ways to Start Eating Vegan
    - Eating a Vegan diet is desirable by many people. Not only is it good for you, the diet may also help you lose weight and feel better. No one will deny that making the switch to a Vegan diet is difficult, but with these tips, making the transitio ...
  • 7 disease-fighting foods to incorporate into your eating habits
    - Garlic and onions are one of the main vegetables that can fight diseases. Together they lower the risk of prostate cancer while beans offer the healthy benefit of vegetables while keeping the heart healthy. Ginger is a cheap and simple antidote ...
  • 8 benefits of eating honey every day
    - There are 8 amazing benefits of eating honey every single day. Honey has a lot of different health benefits. Honey will be a great aid in weight loss and it will also give you clearer skin and a much healthier heart. It will lower your cholester ...
  • 8 foods ALL men should be eating and even steak's on the menu
    - Men should eat more oily fish like fresh salmon, tuna and trout, which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. These fats cut the risk of heart disease. Red peppers are a great source of vitamin C, which men need if they are trying to have a baby. Red ki ...
  • 8 Great Reasons To Start Eating Okra
    - Okra is a popular vegetable found in both African and Asian foods. Okra is used in both soups and stews because of its ability to thicken those meals. Okra is also a great source of fiber, antioxidants, folic acid, calcium, and also vitamins B a ...
  • 9 Things You Should Be Eating If You Want to Lose Weight
    - While different dieting fads forever come and go, there are certain staples of healthy eating that will always be relevant to a successful weight loss journey. For example, while it may sound counterintuitive at first, fats are an important part ...
  • A way out of the junk-food eating cycle
    - It may seem like it impossible to not eat junk food, but you can break the cycle. One of the main reasons people reach for junk food is because of learned ques. By trying to retrain yourself you may be able to break these bad habits. This is ...
  • Andropause: Treating Male Hormone Imbalance Naturally (Male Menopause)
    - Women's menopause symptoms have been studied for years with several remedies available to treat symptoms. Make menopause, or andropause, is not a widely researched condition and sufferers have limited options. Symptoms like irritability, loss of ...
  • Are you eating too much sugar on Halloween?
    - Do you enjoy Halloween? Do you go trick or treating or take someone else trick or treating? If you answered yes to either of these, have you ever thought about the amount of sugar that comes with this holiday? If you are like most people than ...
  • ATTENTION. 5 Things You Should NEVER Do After Eating!!
    - What do you do after consuming a big meal? If you are like many people, you are doing one of these five things after you eat, and if you are, it is time to get a new routine. These five items are all important to avoid doing after you've eaten, ...
  • Beating the Aging Odds - with proper nutrition and supplements
    - Beating the Aging Odds All of us grow older, but aging is a choice. You have it in your power to retain much of the health, vitality and beauty of your youth. It boils down to a simple fact – retard oxidative stress and you’ll retard the aging p ...
  • Beware: You could be poisoning yourself by reheating these five foods
    - Many people depend upon leftovers to supply lunchboxes and delicious hassle-free meals, but not all of the foods that you prepare should be reheated. Reheating these foods may prove to be very dangerous for any member of your family, causing illn ...
  • Bone health: Here's why you should be eating anti-inflammatory foods
    - If you have chronic inflammation from leading an unhealthy lifestyle adopting an anti-inflammatory diet can help. New research is suggesting that regularly eating vegetables, fruits, fish and whole grains, could boost bone health and prevent fract ...
  • Broccoli is a powerful anti-aging food that you should be eatingevery day
    - Broccoli is loaded with anti-aging ingredients such as antioxidants and collagen. Broccoli is known for its nutrition as it is packed with vitamins A and C as well as calcium and iron. The body uses vitamin C to produce collagen, which affects t ...
  • Can Eating Too Much Bran Cereal Cause Iron Problems In The Body?
    - Overview When I was growing up, I was always told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and that it will dictate what happens during the course of the day and I always believed in that concept even up to today. As it turns out it is ...
  • Cancer, The Immune System, and Nutritional Supplements
    - A. Maitake (pronounced my-tok-kee) mushrooms are native to the mountain forests of Japan. They are large mushrooms, some growing up to fifty pounds, characterized by overlapping, rippling caps. For thousands of years, maitake mushrooms have been li ...
  • Celebrity Holiday Fare - eating plenty of vegetables is the trendiest trend...
    - Celebrity Holiday Fare by Claire Gottlieb Energy Times, October 11, 2003 Trendy celebrities and trendy food go together like holidays and sparkling trees. Within the celebrity-filled universe known as the media, eating plenty of vegetables is th ...
  • Cholesterol levels and heart disease risk may be lowered by eating oats: Study
    - A recent study has shown that oats may have more benefits than just being healthy. The amount of fiber in oats not only helps keep the body regular, it also has been linked to lower cholesterol levels. This food item is easily combined with othe ...
  • Chronic Illness and eating healthy are they linked?
    - Chronic illness which exhibits itself as a recurring disease, with lingering and lasting symptoms is a growing pandemic amongst people today. The question is how much of this is due to neglect on the basics of healthy living? Today’s fast pace ...
  • Cocoa has profound healing properties, beating even acai andblueberries
    - Cocoa is not only delicious, but also has healing properties. Cocoa is rich in antioxidants which are also found in berries, tea and wine. The antioxidants are known to help inflammation and blood pressure levels. Flavanols are also found in coc ...
  • Compounds in Turmeric, Red grapes, Apple Peels, & Berries May Help in Treating Prostate Cancer
    - Scientists have some lab-tested evidence showing that certain natural foods, especially eaten together, have an effect in stopping the growth of cancer cells in the prostrate and elsewhere in the body. More specifically, turmeric, red grapes, an ...
  • Could eating chili peppers actually help you live longer?
    - Do you enjoy your food spicy? Well, there is good news. The University of Vermont recently published a study of people who are chili peppers versus those who did not. They discovered that the chili eaters tended to live longer lives. In fact, a ...
  • Curcumin performs BETTER than drugs and surgery at treating spinal cord injuries review?
    - Recent research published in Neurology Research International has yielded indications that curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, may be even better than corticosteroids in treating spinal injuries. Curcumin can help fight both primary and ...
  • DHT - PROSTATE - SAW PALMETTO
    - SAW PALMETTO BERRY EXTRACT INHIBITS CELL GROWTH AND COX-2 EXPRESSION IN PROSTATIC CANCER CELLS Cell Biology International 2001, Vol. 25, No. 11, 1117–1124 doi:10.1006/cbir.2001.0779 "Formulations based on Saw Palmetto berry extract (Sereno ...
  • Diabetes nutrition: Eating out when you have diabetes
    - For people with diabetes, the condition can make eating out feel restrictive. Fortunately, with the right choices it doesn't have to be that way. Avoiding buffets can being mindful to portion size are important. Additionally, many restaurants all ...
  • Does eating fat make you fat? This physician says no
    - One big myth surrounding weight loss is that in order to lose weight, you must not eat any fat. However, that is not the case. Mark Hyman says that dietary fat, like those found in avocadoes, actually helps cut fat, and even goes to say that all ...
  • Does Eating Sugar Really Cause Acne?
    - When growing up you may have been told that eating sugar could cause acne, but where you ever really sure. It is now known that this was too simple, because sugar itself does not cause acne. It's an unhealthy diet and oily skin that actually does. ...
  • Does Eating Too Much Fiber Put On A Lot Of Flab?
    - Fiber and Flab Overview Many of us today has looked into fiber and its role in health and weight regulation, many researches also has backed up the claims of many companies that manufactures fiber supplements that fiber has benefits in both those ...
  • Easily boost your immune system by eating more pomegranates, studyconcludes
    - Pomegranates have long been recognized for their beautiful red seeds that present in a much more vibrant light than many other fruits. Now researchers are finding that pomegranates have several health benefits, especially when it comes to treati ...
  • Eating almonds could increase good cholesterol
    - Not all cholesterol is bad. You hear the word and probably immediately think of a doctor's visit but there is actually a good type. If you need more of that you can eat almonds. These nuts are delicious and are also a great source of protein and ...
  • Eating anti-inflammatory foods may reduce symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
    - As it happens your diet may have a significant impact upon the likelihood of Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) eating away at your joints as you age. 70% of white blood cells occupy the human intestinal tract - as RA is an auto-immune disease that turns ...
  • Eating chili regularly may make you live longer
    - The health benefits of spices have long been of interest to scholars. Recently, scientists have discovered that consuming chili has a variety of health benefits, the most important being longevity. In a follow-up of a Chinese study, the Universi ...
  • Eating cruciferous greens help your immune system fight offintestinal pathogens
    - The Francis Crick Institute has published new research on the useful properties of cruciferous vegetables in protecting against pathogens that attack your gastrointestinal tract. According to this research, kale, broccoli, and cauliflower can al ...
  • Eating fish once a week may promote sleep and boost IQ
    - Fish have always been called brain food but now researchers out of University of Pennsylvania have a found a link between them and sleep as well. The key seems to be the Omega 3 fatty acids. Getting extra sleep helps with intelligence due to lac ...
  • Eating foods rich in processed sugar increases your risk ofdepression
    - There's plenty of reason to consume a diet that is free of processed sugar already, bt after a new study suggests that eating processed sugar increases the risk of depression, there is even more reason to ensure this item is not included in your ...
  • Eating Foods With Phytoestrogen to Prevent Breast Cancer
    - Many women fear breast cancer, as it seems out of control. In actuality, a woman’s diet is something within her control and it can be the most powerful force in significantly deterring breast cancer. One out of every eight American women experience ...
  • Eating fried food just twice per week increases your chance of early death
    - Eating fried food just twice per week increases your chance of early death Nature News puts out an article on a possible link between routinely eating deep fried foods and premature deaths. One of the possible causes of an early death is acrylami ...
  • Eating ginger regularly may suppress the negative effects of ahigh-fat diet
    - A study, conducted by Korean researchers and published in the journal "Nutrients", found that consuming ginger extract can prevent some of the detrimental effects of a high-fat diet. In the study, 27 rats were divided into three groups. Members ...
  • Eating healthier for the Super Bowl?
    - The Super Bowl is an exciting time of the year, where NFL fans across the country gather together in celebration and fun to find out the team deemed the best of the year. If you're planning a superb Super Bowl party but want the foods a litt ...
  • Eating Healthy and Gluten-Free
    - Eating healthy is something that really everyone should aspire to, but it's especially important for people with Celiac disease. Especially if you've just started making the transition to eating gluten free, you'll want to be sure that your new die ...
  • Eating more antioxidant-rich foods can reduce your risk of kidney cancer by 32%
    - Want to know the secret to reducing your risk of kidney cancer by 32%? It's not as difficult to conquer this secret as you might think. To reduce your risks, simply add more antioxidant rich foods to your diet. These foods are great additions to ...
  • Eating more citrus fruits is an easy way to prevent dementia
    - A documented study has shown that citrus fruits like lemons, limes, and oranges may have the ability to prevent dementia. The Japanese study says that eating these fruits was directly linked to improved brain health and memory formation. In fact ...
  • Eating more fennel keeps your heart healthy â?? especially when consumed regularly
    - Eating more fennel keeps your heart healthy – especially when consumed regularly If you want to lower your chances of getting cardiovascular disease, exercise will go a long way toward helping you reach that admirable goal. In fact, an active exe ...
  • Eating more high-fiber foods can reduce food allergies
    - Studies have shown that eating a high fiber diet may reduce food allergies. Researchers bred a group of mice to obtain an artificial peanut allergy and fed them a high fiber diet to produce healthy gut bacteria. They gave the bacteria to mice wi ...
  • Eating more omega-3-rich food may lower inflammation and arthritispain
    - Foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids are showing promise in the reduction of inflammation and arthritic pain. A study was done where 167 adults who suffered from knee pain were given blood tests in order to evaluate where their levels of o ...
  • Eating okra is an easy way to boost your immune system
    - Okra, a popular vegetable in the Southern U.S. and Middle East, is a powerful immune boosting food that can help your body resist disease and maintain overall good health. In fact, studies using okra pods have shown that compounds in the vegetab ...
  • Eating olives made warts disappear
    - The article, posted by the King Features Syndicate inc., discusses the affect that eating olives had on the author's wart problem. The author then discusses the effects of other types of foods and substances and their impact on health issues suc ...
  • Eating prebiotics may improve sleep, cut impact of stress
    - Prebiotics are dietary fibers that are found naturally in foods such as asparagus, leeks, chickory and other foods. Prebiotics are non digestible fibers and they are what probiotics feed on. A diet that includes foods with prebiotics is shown to b ...
  • Eating Raw Onion Can Cure Your Thyroid Problem Completely
    - Thyroid problems are no fun. They can cause weight gain and more. There is a way to help it, though. Apparently you can eat raw onion. This doesn't have to be as unpleasant as it sounds at first. You can eat them in a salad. Many also eat them w ...
  • Eating These Foods Can Help You Get Your Daily Dose of Vitamin D - Pulmonary Fibrosis News
    - Vitamins are important to everyone. If you do not have enough there can be linked bone pain or muscle weakness. if you are not getting enough vitamin D there are a few ways you can get more. going outside will help you get the "sunshine vitamin" ...
  • Eating THIS Could Prevent Male Baldness
    - Male hair pattern baldness happens to 2 out of 3 men by the time they hit the age of 35. Genetics play a major role in your hair development over your lifetime. Nutrition plays a huge role too. Many people do not know that a diet consisting of h ...
  • Eating This for Breakfast Every Morning HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT FASTER THAN YOU EXPECT!!
    - Eating breakfast every day gives you energy and accelerates you metabolism for the day to come. A study done on men and women was done with some eating oatmeal, while others ate cornflakes or just drank water. Findings showed that eating oatmeal ...
  • Eating too much processed sugar increases your risk of Alzheimer's
    - Eating too much processed sugar increases your risk of Alzheimer's According to recent research, people that consume a lot of processed sugars run a greater risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. What happens is the high sugar levels damage a ma ...
  • Eating walnuts may help ward of several diseases: experts
    - Walnuts are being examined by Indian researchers for their health benefits. Well known to have MUFAs and Omega-3 fatty acids, these nuts are heart healthy and can help lower triglycerides. Indian researchers are looking into the benefits of nuts ...
  • Eating your way to strong memory and mental health
    - Serotonin works with various mind forms including state of mind, hunger, rest and memory. Dopamine works with discernment and delight. At that point we additionally have aggravation. Aggravation in our body can make harm our veins and cells in o ...
  • Emotional Eating and Weight Gain
    - For huge numbers of us, it started when we were youngsters. We were given a treat to quiet us down, improve us feel, and as a reward for good conduct. We likewise eat when we sit in front of the TV, go to the motion pictures or when we are exhau ...
  • Fight Acne by Eating Right to Lower Blood Sugar Levels
    - If you are a teenager a cure for acne will likely be first on your list after finding a boyfriend or girlfriend, and most of us who have been teenagers can probably remember the misery that our perception of our looks gave us. There have been many ...
  • Five health benefits of eating beetroots
    - The bottom line is that your diet is so important if you want to remain healthy. Many people do not realize how important diet is and what it can do for the physical nature of your body. You are in charge of putting the right fuel into your body ...
  • Four foods you need to stop eating before bed if you're trying to lose weight
    - There are 4 foods you need to stop eating before bed if your goal is to lose weight. Baked goods are among the worst possible things you could eat before going to bed. You should also avoid red wine because it will not be good before going to slee ...
  • Garlic -- abstracts
    - Garlic and Cancer. A Critical Review of the Epidemiologic Literature Author: Fleischauer AT, Arab L Source: J Nutr. 2001;131:1032S-1040S. Abstract: Animal and in vitro studies provide evidence of an anticarcinogenic eff ...
  • GINKGO BILOBA - (Ginkgo biloba)
    - Impotence and Ginkgo Frequently, compromised blood flow to the penis is the primary cause of impotence. In these cases, ginkgo may prove to be very important in treating erectile dysfunctions. Recent tests have indicated that improving the arter ...
  • Gut bacteria may hold key to treating autoimmune disease
    - Inflammation and autoimmunity are caused by inappropriate activity of the body's own regulatory T immune cells. A mutation in a gene called Foxp3 causes a fatal disease, IPEX syndrome, where these cells run amok. But new research shows an unexpect ...
  • Health Benefits Of Eating Cashew Nuts
    - Cashews are delicious, but their health benefits are too often forgotten. Eating cashews can be a good, guilt-free way to curb hunger, so can help you manage your weight. That means they can help you avoid heart problems and diabetes. Their magnes ...
  • Healthy Eating: Clearing up the cooking oil confusion
    - There are three classifications for cooking oil. They are the following: high heat, medium heat, and low to no heat. Depending on the temperature required for cooking, one must pick an oil that is best for the job. One such oil, coconut oil, has ...
  • Heart disease and diabetes risk may be reduced by eating chocolate every day: Study
    - Recent studies have been showing that men who eat a moderate amount of chocolate each week have less of a chance of developing heart disease. The flavonoids present in chocolate have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that help keep th ...
  • Hemp shows potential for treating ovarian cancer
    - Hemp shows potential for treating ovarian cancer New studies are showing that a specific form of hemp called KY-hemp is successful at slowing down the process of cell migration when it comes to ovarian cancer. KY-hemp is a form of hemp that is sp ...
  • Here's Why Eating Oatmeal Every Morning Is Beneficial For YourHealth
    - Here's Why Eating Oatmeal Every Morning Is Beneficial For Your Health Oatmeal can be very beneficial to one's health, so including it in every day meals is ideal. Oats are very nutritious containing lots of carbs and fivers. Oats help to lower bl ...
  • High-fiber diet keeps gut microbes from eating the colon's lining, protects against infection, animal study shows
    - A high-fiber diet rich in vitamin A may alter gut bacteria in a way that could prevent or reverse food allergies. In their study, the team found that increased levels of these fatty acids work with the body's immune system, preventing dendritic ce ...
  • How eating bitter herbs can fix digestive system problems
    - Gastroesophagael reflux disease (GERD) is a common, vexing and potentially serious condition, but bitter herbs can sometimes help reduce its severity. The “bitters” used by herbalists usually include extracts from a variety of different plants. ...
  • How Eating Mushrooms Helps You Stay Healthy
    - Want to stay lean and healthy this winter? Well you should think about adding mushrooms into your diet. These fungi have much to offer. Fiber, protein, and vitamins, all things your body needs and craves. It is time to add them into your diet toda ...
  • How Much Salt Should You Really Be Eating?
    - Many people use salt to season their foods, but often use far too much to be healthy for them. It is time to learn the right amount of salt for you to consume without causing risk to your health. There are so many other ways to season your foods ...
  • How to keep an eye out for eating disorders in loved ones
    - It can be very hard to determine if someone you know has an eating disorder. It may not be able to be noticeable with obvious signs, sometimes its the things you least expect. As much as you want to look out for your loved ones when it comes to ...
  • How to start the new year with new eating habits
    - One of the most popular New Years resolution is losing weight. Often times this can be easier said than done. One of the best way to lose weight and eat better is to understand how cravings actually work. This can make it possible to eat better an ...
  • How You Can Stop Overeating
    - Overeating is a major problem in America and the obesity rate is rising. Several things you can do to prevent obesity or lose some pounds is eat healthier for a start. Cut out the processed food and the sugar. Try eating more fruits, vegetables an ...
  • Jamaican Scientists on Verge of Creating Cannabis-Based Hepatitis C Drugs
    - The effort is being led by leading Jamaican cancer researcher Dr. Henry Lowe, whose team at the University of the West Indies made the announcement this past. The discovery which is fleshed out in greater detail in the latest issue of the pe ...
  • Look At What Happens To Your Body After Eating At Least One Nut A Day!!
    - Eating just one nut a day is very good for you. You can notice changes in your body after eating only one nut a day. A walnut is a very rich food and only a few people eat it regularly. There are so many health benefits that nuts offer. There ar ...
  • Maitake Mushrooms - Eating your Way to Health
    - In a world full of processed drugs and foods, the possibilities of getting a viable natural remedy for an ailment have decreased exponentially. As the society as a whole becomes more concerned with the safety and nutritional value of the foods ...
  • Many Kids Still Eating Too Much Salt
    - are you monitoring the foods that your children are eating? Chances are the foods they're consuming contain too much salt. New reports indicate that depsite the warnings, kids are eating too much salt. It is time to take a stand against sodium o ...
  • Marijuana Compound Shows Some Potential for Treating Opioid Addiction
    - A marijuana compound has shown some potential for treating Opioid addiction. it might help people who suffer from addiction to heroine by getting rid of some of the symptoms that come from withdrawing. More research needs to be done in this area s ...
  • Marijuana oil shows promise in treating epilepsy
    - Recently a compound that is found in marijuana has been showing some great promise in regards to the treatment of epilepsy in both adults and children. After nearly two years of research, researchers are getting the data that they need to show tha ...
  • Medical News Today: Eight home remedies for treating a cold
    - The common cold can really take its toll on an individual, but it is experienced by so many people when changes in weather take place. Now you can beat the cold fair and square by using one of the cold remedies listed here. Are you ready to try th ...
  • MILK THISTLE - CIRRHOSIS - GALLSTONES - HEPATITIS
    - CARBON TETRACHLORIDE TESTING AND SILYMARIN Carbon tetrachloride is used in laboratory tests to assess the ability of a substance to actually protect the liver from any potentially damaging compound. Increasing the dosages of carbon tetrachlorid ...
  • Milk thistle shows promise in treating liver cancer
    - Milk thistle shows promise in treating liver cancer When it comes to treating liver cancer, milk thistle my be the key. For yes this prickly, purple plant has been used for good liver function and is sought out for its anti inflammatory and antim ...
  • Nine Reasons to Start Eating Pineapple
    - Not only are pineapples filled with vitamins and minerals, but research has shown that they also have many other health benefits that you may not be aware of. Experts state that eating one cup of pineapple a day can increase testosterone in men, b ...
  • Okra is a gut-friendly vegetable you need to be eating more often
    - Okra is a gut-friendly vegetable you need to be eating more often Okra is so good for you. Many people do not realize the benefits of vegetables and what they offer you. People need to have vegetables as part of their daily diet due to the nutrie ...
  • Orange peel is effective for treating asthma-Expert
    - The usefulness of oranges has been seriously underplayed. We usually eat the inside of the orange and discard the peel, but this tart covering may be even healthier than the pulp. A community health expert in Nigeria is urging residents to keep th ...
  • Pregnant and eating for two...
    - Not - Quite - Dual - Nutrition It’s time to ditch a dietary cliché often foisted on expectant moms. “try to keep in mind that you are not eating for two, you are carefully eating for one,” write Catherine Jones and prenatal nutrition expert Ro ...
  • Relora: Minimizes Stress-Induced Eating
    - Relora is a proprietary all-natural botanical product developed by Next Pharmaceuticals, Inc. it contains ingredients extracted from two plant species that have been used in traditional Chinese herbalism for over 1500 years. These are patented extr ...
  • Researchers look at the potential of rice bran in treatingcardiovascular disease
    - Researchers look at the potential of rice bran in treating cardiovascular disease Malaysian and Chinese researchers recently published a study in BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine that explores the potential of rice bran to reduce the pl ...
  • Resveratrol improves the efficacy of paclitaxel in treating livercancer
    - Resveratrol improves the efficacy of paclitaxel in treating liver cancer A recent study done to test the effectiveness of the natural cancer inhibitor paclitaxel with a plant-based polyphenol resveratrol showed to be effective. Supported by the ...
  • Saturated fats and refined sugar linked to brain damage, encourage overeating
    - You probably already know about the three basic types of food, what they're used for, and how these sources of energy can affect your body. and you probably already know that certain things are bad for you -- like saturated fats and refined suga ...
  • Scientists discover the potential use of papaya leaf juice fortreating dengue
    - Dengue is an infection of the immune system that lowers platelet counts in the blood, causing a variety of issues, including clotting disorders and anemia due to the viral born illness. Papaya leaf juice has immune boosting properties, one of wh ...
  • Slow Aging by Eating Less
    - There's a multi-billion-dollar industry devoted to products that fight signs of aging, but moisturizers only go skin deep. Aging occurs deeper at a cellular level and scientists have found that eating less can slow this cellular process. Recent re ...