New Study Links French Fries to Depression.

September 20, 2023
Researchers looked at patient data from over 140,000 people to analyze eating patterns and rates of mental health issues. Results: frequent fried food consumption, especially French fries, was strongly associated with increased risk of anxiety and depression, particularly in young...
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Preserve Your Brain with the Mediterranean Diet

September 13, 2023
#1: Researchers surveyed 563 people with multiple sclerosis, assessing how closely they followed the Mediterranean diet, and testing their mental function, three times as many people who did not eat a Mediterranean diet suffered from cognitive impairment versus those who...
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Women are at a higher risk of heart disease

September 7, 2023
Previous research has shown women ages 55 and younger have about double the risk of in-hospital death from a heart attack versus men. New study looked at whether women are also more likely to need further hospital treatment after a...
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Address the Adverse Effects of Cancer Treatment

August 30, 2023
Cancer treatment can significantly reduce quality of life; cancer treatment causes extreme fatigue, nausea, and gastrointestinal problems, infections, mouth sores, kidney problems, anemia, pain… In a new study, 40 women being treated with standard chemotherapy for early stage breast cancer...
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How to Keep Your Liver Healthy!

August 23, 2023
Used for thousands of years to cure liver dysfunction, milk thistle has shown positive results for patients with: Chronic hepatitis Acute viral hepatitis Alcoholic hepatitis Liver cirrhosis In human clinical trials of patients with liver disease, treatment with milk thistle...
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How much melatonin is in your melatonin gummy?

August 16, 2023
Researchers purchased 25 different melatonin gummy products from retail stores. 22 of the products (88%) didn’t contain the amount of melatonin claimed on the label. One had NO detectable melatonin. One had over 3 times as much melatonin as claimed....
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3 Ways to Build Stronger Bones and Reduce the Risk of Osteoporosis

August 9, 2023
A solid nutritional foundation with a multivitamin and mineral formula is necessary. Mineral deficiencies are more common than vitamin deficiencies. Therefore, you may want to look for a multivitamin that features chelated trace minerals. Silica from the horsetail (Equisetum arvense)...
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Magnesium Builds a Healthy Brain

July 31, 2023
New study finds people with high magnesium intake have less age-related brain shrinkage and fewer signs of brain aging (smaller brain lesions). Researchers analyzed health and dietary intake data from 6,000 adults ages 40-73. Those with the healthiest brains got...
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Boost Your Brain with Bacopa

July 26, 2023
Bacopa monnieriis is well known as a traditional medicine with a long history of benefits for brain and mental function. Modern research shows bacopa can increase brain compounds associated with learning and memory. Bacopa protects brain cells from free radical...
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Stopping Chronic Inflammation

July 19, 2023
Tart cherry has been well-studied for its use in exercise recovery –reducing post-exercise pain, inflammation, and muscle damage. In a new study, researchers collected data on the ability of tart cherry to reduce inflammation that is not associated with exercise...
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Curcumin for Liver Cancer

July 12, 2023
Liver cancer can be treated surgically, but not in all patients. The cancer drugs used when surgical treatment is not possible are not highly effective, and the cancer cells tend to quickly become resistant to the drugs. A new study...
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Three Vitamins That Work Well Together.

July 4, 2023
Vitamins A, D3, and K2 are all fat-soluble. All are important for the heart, the immune system, and building bones. Research studies during the height of COVID found that vitamins D and K worked synergistically to help protect against lung...
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Why Saw Palmetto Helps the Prostate

June 28, 2023
A new study compared the effects of a new saw palmetto CO2 extract produced in the United States with a hexane extracted saw palmetto extract used for many years in Europe as a medicinal product for the treatment of BPH...
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Nuts are a Heart-Healthy Snack

June 22, 2023
Researchers gathered data from 60 published studies (including over 2 million participants) reporting on the effects of eating nuts on cardiovascular health. Results: a 1 ounce serving of nuts daily reduced risk of developing or dying from cardiovascular disease by...
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In a Summary of Research Findings on Olive Oil…

June 14, 2023
Researchers collected and summarized findings from published research studies on olive oil, which included the following results: Daily intake of 4 tablespoons of EVOO reduced risk of cardiovascular disease by 31%. For each ¾ teaspoon (10 gram) increase in daily...
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The Effect of Almonds on Exercise

June 7, 2023
Researchers have been investigating a class of compounds called lipokines Lipokines are important for metabolism, and help turn stores of unhealthy white fat in the body (associated with obesity) to beneficial brown fat, which breaks down sugar and generates heat....
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Get Better Faster with Boswellia

May 31, 2023
47 patients hospitalized for COVID treatment received either boswellia or a placebo for 2 weeks. Results, versus the placebo group: the patients treated with boswellia had better oxygen saturation levels. Had 42% lower levels of inflammatory markers. Had hospital stays...
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More and More Kids with Diabetes

May 24, 2023
Diabetes is expected to surge dramatically in young people in the next decades. If current trends continue, by 2060 experts predict a 700% increase in the number of people under age 20 with Type 2 diabetes. Biggest risk factor is...
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Ashwagandha for Women’s Sexual Health

May 17, 2023
80 women between the ages of 18 and 50 with low sexual desire were treated with ashwagandha or placebo for 8 weeks. Results: the women treated with ashwagandha saw nearly double the improvement in sexual health as measured by a...
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New Study on Zinc and Migraine Headaches

May 10, 2023
New study reports that people with high levels of zinc have nearly 1/3 lower risk of migraine versus those who get little zinc in their diets. Researchers surveyed over 11,000 people and their reported zinc intake. Results: those with the...
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