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The Secret to Preventing Most Age-Related Diseases

Posted January 8, 2014

The human body did not evolve to metabolize the large amount of carbohydrate calories consumed by even the most health-conscious individuals today. High levels of blood glucose are a significant underlying factor that leads to the development and proliferation of many age-related diseases. Diabetes, heart disease, stroke, cancer and dementia are all accelerated by slowly increasing fasting and post-meal blood sugar levels that cause needless suffering and death for millions of unsuspecting people each year. However, taking the necessary dietary and nutritional steps today can prevent the current explosion of new diabetes cases in the future and lengthen natural lifespan.

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The great health benefits of elderberry

Posted January 8, 2014

Elderberries have been used for their medicinal benefits for thousands of years throughout North America, Europe, Western Asia and North Africa. In the Middle Ages, it was considered a Holy Tree due to its ability to improve health and longevity. Elderberries are full of powerful nutrition and have incredible health benefits.

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Avocado-Soy Pill May Help in OA of Hip

Posted January 8, 2014

A supplement containing extracts of avocado and soybeans showed promise as a structure-modifying treatment for hip osteoarthritis (OA), a French randomized trial suggested.

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Turmeric and myrhh protect against lead toxicity

Posted January 8, 2014

Lead is a ubiquitous industrial chemical and a potent neurotoxin. As such, lead toxicity remains a major public health concern worldwide. Fortunately, research suggests that turmeric root and myrrh can significantly mitigate lead’s toxic effects on the body.

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Detoxifying accumulated heavy metals and toxins with chlorella

Posted January 8, 2014

With governments increasingly supporting the relentless greed of multinational corporations, with no apparent regard for people or the environment, we live in a toxic world with potentially serious, often fatal health consequences. How then can we flush out these toxins accumulating in the body, which represent a serious and ever increasing health hazard?

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Researchers identify the special molecule that turns exercise into important health benefits

Posted January 8, 2014

We all know that regular exercise positively impacts cells throughout the body, and brain, and can improve health and longevity. But some of the underlying changes that occur in the body to facilitate these benefits were less clear to science until now.

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DASH diet ranked first, Paleo diet places last on US News ‘best diets’ list

Posted January 8, 2014

Each year, U.S. News & World Report puts together a panel of experts to rank various nutrition plans with the goal to help consumers make informed decisions. This year the nutritional experts evaluated 32 of the most popular diets based on how easy it is to follow, nutritious, safety, effectiveness for weight loss and protection against diabetes and heart disease.

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Study helps prove that living surrounded by green spaces brings lasting mental health benefits

Posted January 8, 2014

Do you recall sighing and naturally relaxing as you drive through a beautiful area? Your body and mind are telling you where it wants to be. A new study confirms that living or moving to a greener area leads to “significant and sustained” improvements in mental health.

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Cynomorium songaricum extract enhances novel object recognition, cell proliferation and neuroblast differentiation in the mice via improving hippocampal environment

Posted January 7, 2014

Cynomorium songaricum Rupr. (CS) has been used as a medicine to treat many diseases as well as to alleviate age-related issues, such as memory impairment, dementia, and stress. In this study, we assessed the effects of Cynomorium songaricum extract (CSE) on the novel object recognition, cell proliferation and neuroblast differentiation in the dentate gyrus of mice by using 5-bromodeoxyuridine (BrdU) and polysialylated neural cell adhesion molecule (PSA-NCAM). We also measured serum corticosterone levels to assess its correlation with neurogenesis and stress.

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Reverse the effects of aging naturally

Posted January 7, 2014

People are often obsessed with age, in the early years being proud to become and act older, and in the latter years doing everything possible to look younger. So how then can we take more control over the effects of the degenerative aging process?

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