Tag: Cancer

New Broccoli ‘Beneforte’ Is Anti-Aging Superfood, Prevents Heart Disease, Diabetes, Obesity

| August 2, 2013 | 0 Comments
New Broccoli ‘Beneforte’ Is Anti-Aging Superfood, Prevents Heart Disease, Diabetes, Obesity

New Broccoli ‘Beneforte’ Is Anti-Aging Superfood, Prevents Heart Disease, Diabetes, Obesity [REPORT] Broccoli’s anti-aging properties are more potent now than everthanks to British scientists, who created a superfood occoli called Beneforte. The hyid vegetable contains elevated amounts of a compound known to promote cell regeneration and protect against age-related diseases like cancer and diabetes. Scientists […]

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Multivitamin studies have found some supplements could do more harm than good

| July 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
Multivitamin studies have found some supplements could do more harm than good

By David Derbyshire Are supplements a quick health fix or can vitamins actually be bad for you? Vitamin pills are big business – from chewable ones for children and tablets especially tailored for women going through the menopause to essential oils for dodgy joints and high-dose vitamin C to pep up your immune system, there’s […]

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The good news about cancer Survivors are living longer

| July 16, 2013 | 0 Comments
The good news about cancer Survivors are living longer

July 07–SEBRING — It was more than three years ago, around the same time as those enlarged prostate commercials were appearing on TV, that Dan Echols, then 58, noticed problems. He went to a local doctor, who said that enlarged prostates were a common problem for men his age. “So I dismissed it and went […]

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The Cure For Cancer Could Be Found In Space

| June 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Cure For Cancer Could Be Found In Space

Cancer researchers looking for a breakthrough might want to relocate to theInternational Space Station. Biologists have found that microgravity research and other space-based experiments provide greater insight into abnormal cell behavior. In Earth-bound labs, cells grow flat, unable to fully mimic the three-dimensional architecture shaped by proteins and carbohydrates of a working human organ. This […]

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Nutrigenomics – taking Nutritional Medicine to the next level

| June 22, 2013 | 0 Comments
Nutrigenomics – taking Nutritional Medicine to the next level

Nutrigenomics – taking Nutritional Medicine to the next level Over the last half century Nutritional Medicine has contributed enormously to our understanding of why we get sick. Equally, it has provided us with strategies to prevent disease and promote a state of wellness, without primary reliance on drugs and surgery. But it’s now time to […]

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