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Archive for June, 2012

Feverfew: As Pretty as a Daisy with Many Health Benefits

Posted June 29, 2012

Feverfew is not commonly known for its health benefits. Scientific studies continue today and are unveiling it may have some surprising medical uses.

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Study unlocks cholesterol-lowering activity of blueberry

Posted June 29, 2012

The potential cardiovascular benefits of blueberry may be related to the berries’ anthocyanins interacting with bile acids to promote cholesterol reduction, suggests data from a study with hamsters.

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Herbal Foot Care Health

Posted June 29, 2012

As summer approaches, your feet are suddenly thrown into the limelight! Throughout the winter months, feet usually stay bundled up in comfy socks, shoes and boots (unless you are lucky enough to live in a more tropical climate) and, as a consequence, feet often become thought of “as out of sight, out of mind.” However, your feet are perhaps one of the most important parts of your body, and feet deserve a little bit of love with natural skincare whatever the season. Use this summer as you starting point to better foot health!

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Eliminate disease from the inside out

Posted June 29, 2012

According to the American College of Gastroenterology, 95 million Americans suffer from poor digestion. In fact, most doctors will tell you – belly aches are the number one patient complaint. If you want perfect health – you must heal the gut.

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Exercise Reduces Hot Flashes in Women

Posted June 29, 2012

Exercise may help reduce hot flashes in menopausal women in the 24 hours following physical activity, according to researchers.

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Dietary fiber alters gut bacteria, supports gastrointestinal health

Posted June 29, 2012

A University of Illinois study shows that dietary fiber promotes a shift in the gut toward different types of beneficial bacteria. And the microbes that live in the gut, scientists now believe, can support a healthy gastrointestinal tract as well as affect our susceptibility to conditions as varied as type 2 diabetes, obesity, inflammatory bowel disease, colon cancer, and autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis.

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8 Unexpected High Protein Foods for Vegetarians

Posted June 29, 2012

It’s well documented that vegetarians have less heart disease and colorectal cancer, as well as type 2 diabetes and obesity, but many wonder if a vegetarian diet provides adequate protein. A new study, however, puts this question to rest, finding that vegetarians are not lacking in this nutrient.

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Chemical Composition of 8 Eucalyptus species’ Essential Oils and the Evaluation of Their Antibacterial, Antifungal and Antiviral activities

Posted June 29, 2012

In 1957, Tunisia introduced 117 species of Eucalyptus; they have been used as fire wood, for the production of mine wood and to fight erosion. Actually, Eucalyptus essential oil is traditionally used to treat respiratory tract disorders such as pharyngitis, bronchitis, and sinusitis. A few investigations were reported on the biological activities of Eucalyptus oils worldwide.

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Dietary Magnesium Intake and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality

Posted June 29, 2012

In a study involving data collected from 58,615 Japanese adults between the ages of 40 and 79 years, dietary magnesium intake was found to be associated with reduced mortality from cardiovascular disease, particularly in women.

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How Your Gut Flora Influences Your Health

Posted June 29, 2012

A new study in the journal Nutrition in Clinical Practice shows that microorganisms in the human gastrointestinal tract form an intricate, living fabric of natural controls affecting body weight, energy, and nutritioni. The findings may offer new ideas on how to treat nutrition-related maladies, including obesity and a range of serious health consequences linked to under-nutrition, the scientists said.

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