By Dr. Mark Hyman, M.D.
Excerpt from DrHyman.com
Well, according to one study, maybe they should be eating more of it.
Researchers gave one group of prisoners recommended daily amounts of vitamins, minerals, and healthy omega-3 fatty acids (as fish oil supplements). Another group of prisoners simply continued to follow their regular prison diet.
The result: There was a 35 percent reduction in violent offenses in the group taking these supplements (British Journal of Psychiatry, July 2002)!
That’s impressive evidence — but what’s the link?
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By Kerry Grens
Excerpt from Reuters Health
People with diabetes are at higher risk for certain cancers than those without the blood sugar disease, suggests a new study. Continue reading “People with Diabetes More Likely to get Cancer”
By Margie King
Excerpt from Nutrition Examiner
You might think that tangerines are just a great treat but new research shows that they also have potent health effects. Researchers from The University of Western Ontario have discovered that a substance in tangerines not only helps to prevent obesity, but also protects against type 2 diabetes, and even atherosclerosis, the underlying cause of most heart attacks and strokes. Continue reading “Tiny Tangerines Fight Obesity, Diabetes and Heart Disease”
By Dr. Mercola
reprint from drmercola.com
Entire books are written about the subject of digestion. The current science of how your body breaks down and specifically utilizes nutrients is still in its infancy. Continue reading “Problems with Digestion? This Type of Food May Be To Blame…”
By Jonathan Benson, staff writer
Reprint from NaturalNews
Israeli scientists may have discovered an effective new way to treat high cholesterol and diabetes naturally. Dr. Yaakov Nahmias from the Benin School of Engineering and Computer Science at Hebrew University and his colleagues have discovered that naringenin, a molecule in grapefruits that gives the fruit its bitter taste, can help to treat arteriosclerosis, hyper-metabolism, and even diabetes. Continue reading “Grapefruit molecule may lower bad cholesterol, treat diabetes”
Excerpt from Healthy Lifestyle
Hydrotherapy is frequently regarded as probably the most effective therapy for arthritis. Water offers much more resistance as compared to air and assists in restoring joint discomfort issues. The buoyancy in water supports the weight of the body and reduces pressure on joints. Continue reading “Natural Arthritis Relief – Arthritis Water Physical Exercise”
Excerpt from Examiner.com
There’s good news for people who live in the Buffalo area and suffer from Fibromyalgia and other pain diseases. The University at Buffalo’s research and behavioral clinic is doing some great work (including counseling patients) with Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Chronic Back Pain, Migraine and Tension Headaches, Noncardiac Chest Pain, and Tempomandibular Joint Disorders. Continue reading “Holistic/Natural Help for Dealing with Fibromyalgia”
by Eileen Eva
Excerpt from Helium.com
Cholesterol swings both ways, too much of it and a stroke or heart condition is on the way, too little of it and more problems arise. Continue reading “Natural Remedies for High Cholesterol”
by Dr. Joseph Mercola
The controversial documentary Super Size Me vividly showed the harmful effects of regularly eating fast food. For four weeks, filmmaker Morgan Spurlock consumed 5,000 calories a day from fast food meals, which caused his health to suffer to the point that his doctor warned him to stop his experiment to avoid more serious consequences. Continue reading “Can You Achieve Weight Loss with Fast Food?”
By Dr. Mark Hyman, M.D.
(partial reprint from DrHyman.com)
IMAGINE EATING 12 POUNDS of food a day — and still staying thin and healthy. That may sound crazy, but it’s exactly what our hunter-gatherer ancestors ate for millennia! And they didn’t have any obesity or chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes, cancer, or dementia. Continue reading “The Super Fiber that Controls Your Appetite and Blood Sugar”