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Inflammation: Natural Therapies

Posted April 30, 2012

Inflammation is your body’s response to what it perceives to be an outside invader or irritant. When caused by infections, the inflammation can sometimes be rather obvious as occurs with pneumonia. Other times, it can be very subtle. Keep in mind the following key points regarding inflammation and pain.

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Oyster Mushrooms Fight Inflammation

Posted April 30, 2012

Results from a study published in Nutrition Journal suggest oyster mushrooms possess anti-inflammatory activities and could be considered a dietary agent against inflammation. Mushrooms are well recognized for their culinary properties as well as for their potency to enhance immune response. In the present study, researchers evaluated anti-inflammatory properties of an edible oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) in vitro and in vivo.

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Old Home Remedies for Treating Inflammation at the Cellular Level

Posted April 30, 2012

Old home remedies have anti-aging, healing properties. White tea, witch hazel and rose tincture – three old home remedies used in the past for treating a variety of ailments have recently been tested in a study for their effectiveness in the treatment of inflammation at the cellular level. Inflammation underlies the initiation of several diseases including cancer and has been referred to as a secret killer in healthcare.

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Boswellia Serrata: Is this Natures Most Powerful Painkiller?

Posted April 30, 2012

As the story goes, three wise men brought gifts from their homeland to present to a newborn child that was to be king (I am talking about Jesus here folks). The gifts were gold, frankincense, and myrrh.

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Trial tests if vitamin D pill can help asthma

Posted April 30, 2012

Could a simple vitamin D pill better control people’s asthma symptoms when taken with regularly inhaled steroids than the steroids alone? Northwestern Medicine researchers are testing that concept with a new trial for adults who have been diagnosed with asthma and are non-smokers.

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Dietary Supplement May Lower Risk Of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

Posted April 30, 2012

UCLA researchers demonstrated that an over-the-counter dietary supplement may help inhibit development of insulin resistance and glucose intolerance, conditions that are involved in the development of Type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, which affect millions worldwide.

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Age-Old Remedies Using White Tea, Witch Hazel and Rose May Be Beneficial, Study Suggests

Posted April 30, 2012

Age-old remedies could hold the key to treating a wide range of serious medical problems, as well as keeping skin firmer and less wrinkled, according to scientists from London’s Kingston University. A collaboration between the university and British beauty brand Neal’s Yard Remedies has seen experts discover that white tea, witch hazel and the simple rose hold potential health and beauty properties which could be simply too good to ignore.

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How Vitamin D Inhibits Inflammation

Posted April 30, 2012

Researchers at National Jewish Health have discovered specific molecular and signaling events by which vitamin D inhibits inflammation. In their experiments, they showed that low levels of Vitamin D, comparable to levels found in millions of people, failed to inhibit the inflammatory cascade, while levels considered adequate did inhibit inflammatory signaling.

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Curry Spice Could Offer Treatment Hope For Tendinitis

Posted April 30, 2012

A derivative of a common culinary spice found in Indian curries could offer a new treatment hope for sufferers of the painful condition tendinitis, an international team of researchers has shown.

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Multi-nutrient supplement shows anti-inflammatory benefits

Posted April 30, 2012

Researchers found that a multi-nutrient supplement offered benefits to recovery, anti-inflammation and physical performance in middle aged men and women. In a study comprised of 31 active men and women with an average age of 54, volunteers were randomized to take either the multi-nutrient supplement or a placebo for a 28 day cycle, followed by 1 week of no intervention, and then another cycle of 28 days on the other regime.

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