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Trans Fat Could Be Hurting Your Memory

December 30, 2014

Eating sweets and foods with trans fats has never been good for your health, but new science shows it might also be clogging-up your memory too. According to new research presented at the American Heart Association’s annual meeting in Chicago, presenters, such as study author Dr. Beatrice Golomb, explained how men with the most trans…

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Vitamin C Improves Heart Function

August 22, 2014

If you ask most individuals what vitamin they closely associate with immune health, it might be vitamin C, but good heart function rarely pops up. In fact, new research combining meta-analysis and systematic review, which investigated the clinical effects of vitamin C on endothelial function, is providing interesting insight into this amazing free-radical scavenger. As…

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Probiotics Balance Blood Pressure

August 8, 2014

Probiotics, the friendly gut fighters, allow for all human life to thrive and flourish. In an unbalanced gastro-type situation, other forms of so-called “bad” bacteria can work against the healthier counterparts, making it very important to replenish and put back more good than bad. In fact, new research is showing that probiotics have the potential…

Lifestyle Choices and Diet Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

July 21, 2014

Alzheimer’s disease, the 6th leading cause of death in the United States, affects cognitive function, thinking, and decision making. However, groundbreaking new research, coupled with other natural lifestyle interventions, is showing promising inhibitory effects. According to recent study presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, individuals who received lifestyle coaching showed improved mental function. Through…

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The Exceptional, Health-Giving Future of Fat

July 3, 2014

Fat has always played an important role in the history of the human diet, and new science is proving dietary suggestions, such as the ones mentioned in pyramids made by the USDA and large food corporations, isn’t in line with the presiding research. As Bryan Walsh, editor for Time Magazine and author of “Ending the War…

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Tomato Pill Promotes Blood Vessel Health

June 18, 2014

Organically grown tomatoes contain high concentrations of lycopene, an antioxidant rich compound, which also gives them their distinct red color. According to new research conducted by Dr. Joseph Cheriyan, a consultant clinical pharmacologist and physician at the Addenbrooke’s Hospital, eating lycopene or taking lycopene in supplement form can help improve blood vessel function. The randomised,…

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