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Coffee Consumption Lowers Stroke Risk by 25 Percent

Posted April 30, 2012

A study following nearly 35,000 Swedish women for a period of 10 years provides evidence that one to two cups of coffee a day can lower the incidence of deadly stroke by nearly 25%.

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Supplement Improves Sports Inflammation

Posted April 30, 2012

A nutritional formula containing branched chain amino acids, taurine, anti-inflammatory plant extract and B vitamins helped improved inflammatory status, strength, power and energy while decreasing pain in active adults participating in a recent study conducted at the Human Performance Laboratory, University of Connecticut. The results were published in the Sept. 7 issue of Nutrition Journal.

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Rose hip and its constituent galactolipids confer cartilage protection by modulating cytokine, and chemokine expression

Posted April 30, 2012

Clinical studies have shown that rose hip powder (RHP) alleviates osteoarthritis (OA). This might be due to anti-inflammatory and cartilage-protective properties of the complete RHP or specific constituents of RHP. Cellular systems (macrophages, peripheral blood leukocytes and chondrocytes), which respond to inflammatory and OA-inducing stimuli, are used as in vitro surrogates to evaluate the possible pain-relief and disease-modifying effects of RHP.

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A high calcium diet containing nonfat dry milk reduces weight gain and associated adipose tissue inflammation in diet-induced obese mice when compared to high calcium alone

Posted April 30, 2012

High dietary calcium (Ca) is reported to have anti-obesity and anti-inflammatory properties. Evidence for these properties of dietary Ca in animal models of polygenic obesity have been confounded by the inclusion of dairy food components in experimental diets; thus, effect of Ca per se could not be deciphered.

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Omega-3 fats lower systemic inflammation to slash cancer and heart disease risks

Posted April 30, 2012

It is a commonly accepted fact within the medical research community that systemic inflammation is a primary cause of many forms of cancer, heart disease and other chronic diseases that take the lives of millions well before their time. Poor diet, stress and lifestyle factors all contribute to inflammation that overworks body metabolism and encourages damage to the delicate vascular system that feeds our heart.

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Systemic enzymes work as anti-inflammatory agents

Posted April 30, 2012

Inflammation can be uncomfortable on a scale that ranges from minor nuisance to major pain; however, it is an important part of the body as it is the natural reaction of the immune system, the body’s way of defending against irritations that occur. These irritations are caused by injuries, foreign substances, and other unnatural elements within the body. To ward off the pain of inflammation, anti-inflammatory medication is prescribed by doctors all over the world, but the best natural anti-inflammatory agents are systemic enzymes (also known as metabolic enzymes).

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Olive Oil Extract Helps Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Posted April 30, 2012

The olive oil you drizzle on your pizza or salad may have a role in helping to prevent inflammatory bowel disease. Researchers from the University of Seville report that extra virgin olive oil enriched with its own natural antioxidant improved inflammatory response in a mouse model of colitis.

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Osteoarthritis results from inflammatory processes, not just wear and tear, study suggests

Posted April 30, 2012

In a study to be published online Nov. 6 in Nature Medicine, investigators at the Stanford University School of Medicine have shown that the development of osteoarthritis is in great part driven by low-grade inflammatory processes. This is at odds with the prevailing view attributing the condition to a lifetime of wear and tear on long-suffering joints.

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CoQ10 may enhance anti-inflammatory potential of Med diet

Posted April 30, 2012

Supplementing a Mediterranean-style diet with co-enzyme Q10 may reduce markers of inflammation and improve a range of health measures, including heart and joint health.

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Finding Your Own Natural Anti Inflammatory

Posted April 30, 2012

There is no reason to start taking certain medications for your inflammatory problems because you can easily find a natural anti inflammatory that will be able to fix you up right away. There are many different kinds of natural products that will be able to act as anti inflammatory agents, so there is no reason to start taking any kind of harmful medication.

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