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Almonds may help boost cholesterol clean-up crew
August 15, 2017 12:14 PM
Many people in today's modern climate are looking for a new way to destroy and reverse the effects of their unhealthy eating habits. One major thing to look into is how to reverse cholesterol problems. HDL cholesterol is considered the "good" cholesterol, and therefore should be emphasized. One way of doing this that scientists have found, is to eat almonds. In a study, 48 adults had controlled for eating a small amount of almonds, and those that had them were found to return to healthy levels of HDL.
"Eating almonds on a regular basis may help boost levels of HDL cholesterol while simultaneously improving the way it removes cholesterol from the body, according to researchers."
Read more: http://news.psu.edu/story/476734/2017/08/10/research/almonds-may-help-boost-cholesterol-clean-crew
Can hemp extract provide health benefits without getting you high?
May 06, 2017 11:59 PM
Cannabidiol, or CBD is a substance found in marijuana mainly in hemp, that unlike THC does not get you high. It can treat pain and inflammation without the psychogenic effects but is regulated under the same laws as marijuana and s considered illegal to sell. There also needs to be more research done on the oil and it's overall benefits and effects especially since some studies suggest it can interfere with serotonin levels in your system.
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How 4/20 became 'Weed Day'
April 22, 2017 10:44 AM
Smoke one, toke one! April 20th is the annual day for weed smokers to unite, just like Easter or Christmas for other people, by tradition. If you are a toker wondering how 420 became the national weed day, this is the information that you want to read. You can learn all about the history of 420 so the next time you take a toke, you will do so with this important information in your mind.
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Man’s best friend may have to step a side, new research on Pomegranate released.
November 08, 2007 12:24 PM
Recently, two UCLA investigations suggest that pomegranate might do wonders for man’s reproductive tract. Scientists found the pomegranate phytonutrient ellagitannins were able to slow the growth of prostate cancer cells in laboratory experiment. A recent carefully controlled pilot study discovered that 47% of men with erectile dysfunction (ED) experienced improvement when they drank pomegranate juice regularly. Researchers attributed this to pomegranates antioxidant activity. J Agricultural & Food Chemistry 08/2007; Int’l J Impotence Research 06/14/2007.