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Archive for July, 2012

Spinach and the Eyes

Posted July 31, 2012

Deborah Ray discusses why spinach is so important to eye health and why Popeye had it right.

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Dental Health

Posted July 31, 2012

In this Natural Health Science health minute Deborah Ray talks about obtaining the best dental health possible.

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Onions and Garlic

Posted July 31, 2012

Deborah Ray discusses the health benefits of onions and garlic in this Natural Health Science health minute.

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Cranberries

Posted July 31, 2012

Cranberries are the topic of todays Natural Health Science health minute with Deborah Ray.

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Future of fiber: Researcher seeks to update fiber recommendation in children, increase understanding of nutrient

Posted July 31, 2012

Experts have long since determined the recommended daily amounts of certain nutrients, such as calcium and vitamin D, but the numbers for nutrients like fiber have proven more difficult to nail down. One researcher at Kansas State University is seeking to clear the fog, particularly when it comes to the recommended daily allowance of fiber for children. Casey Weber, doctoral student in human nutrition from Mound City, recently completed his first of two studies examining dietary fiber in children.

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Molecular Insights of Curcumin in Conjunction with Acupuncture in Hepatic Fibrosis

Posted July 31, 2012

A randomized controlled study involving 60 Sprague-Dawley male rats with chemically induced liver fibrosis found potent benefits to combining curcumin and acupuncture on a molecular level. Rats were randomly divided into control, model, sham, acupuncture, curcumin and combination treatment groups.

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Best foods to eat to kick-start a sluggish thyroid

Posted July 31, 2012

If you feel sluggish, tired or depressed often with some difficulty losing weight no matter what you try, you may be suffering from hypothyroidism, or simply a sluggish thyroid. It’s estimated that at least five percent of the population suffers from hypothyroidism.

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Vitamin D may help low-risk prostate cancer

Posted July 31, 2012

Taking a higher than the recommended dose of vitamin D each day may help improve the condition of low-risk prostate cancer, according to a new study. The study led by D.T. Marshall of the Medical University of South Carolina and colleagues found 55 percent of patients with low-risk prostate cancer improved their Gleason score after one year of vitamin D supplementation at the dose of 4000 IU per day.

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How You Can Benefit from Passionflower

Posted July 31, 2012

Once thought to be an aphrodisiac, passionflower has some surprising health benefits without the side effects of many traditional medications.

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Beneficial immunostimulatory effect of short-term Chlorella supplementation: enhancement of Natural Killer cell activity and early inflammatory response

Posted July 31, 2012

in vitro and animal studies have demonstrated that Chlorella is a potent biological response modifier on immunity. However, there were no direct evidences for the effect of Chlorella supplementation on immune/inflammation response in healthy humans.

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