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Top twelve natural stomach pain killers

Posted November 19, 2013

It has been noted that one of the most popular requests in wellness stores is for products to help ease stomach pain naturally. People, from cancer patients to parents of babies suffering from colic, try to look for the safest and most effective way of dealing with stomach pain. There is actually no natural cure that will aid all types of stomach pain, but if the pain has been persisting for some time, you need the help of a doctor. For simple pains due to menstrual cramps or the ingestion of food that is already spoiled, there are many natural alternatives to make the stomach calm down.

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Try these natural foods and herbs for treating upset stomach, ulcers

Posted May 20, 2012

If you are one of the millions of people that suffers from a stomach ulcer, or even if you just occasionally get an upset stomach after eating, there is hope beyond simply taking antacids or other pharmaceutical drugs, all of which merely address the symptoms of the problem rather than the cause. Instead, you may want to try incorporating one or more of these all-natural, stomach-healing foods and herbs into your everyday diet for lasting, curative relief.

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Strawberries May Fight Oxidative Damage In Blood

Posted April 30, 2012

Plenty of Americans consume strawberries as a way to get their daily dose of vitamin C, while others choose vitamin supplements for the same reason. Besides being loading with nutrients, these sweet fruits contain compounds that may act as antioxidants in the blood stream, researchers recently said.

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Research Uncovers Disease-Fighting Antioxidants in Strawberries

Posted April 30, 2012

Strawberries are shown to be a potent source of antioxidants in a body of research published in the journal, Food Chemistry. In vivo studies confirm that regular consumption of the flavorful fruit raise antioxidant blood saturation levels. This can help to lower the risk of chronic diseases ranging from heart disease and cancer to metabolic disorders including diabetes. The study, conducted by Italian and Spanish researchers demonstrated that eating two cups of strawberries daily for two weeks boosted the antioxidant status of red blood cells and improved the body`s immune response reaction to oxidative stress to lower disease risk.

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Strawberries Believed to Protect the Stomach from Alcohol Induced Ulcers

Posted April 30, 2012

A recent study shows that a concentrated extract of strawberries prevented ulcer damage to the stomach lining of rats that were fed alcohol. Scientists believe that a diet rich in strawberries may be used to protect humans from stomach ulcers that result from a number of gastric diseases including ulcers derived from drinking too much alcohol.

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Strawberry extracts as good as the whole food, suggests study

Posted April 30, 2012

Processed strawberries may deliver the same amount of beneficial compounds as the whole fruit, says a new study from Spain that supports the potential health boosting effects of processed strawberry products.

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Organic strawberries better pollinated

Posted April 30, 2012

Organic cultivation methods not only benefit biodiversity; they also appear to have a positive effect on the ecosystem service pollination. In a study of strawberry plants in Sk

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