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Berries aren't called superfoods for nothing. A review covering 336 scientific articles on these fruits has shown that berry consumption can go a long way in preventing and managing Type 2 diabetes and its complications
Source: Green Med Info
Date posted: 11/11/2020
(NaturalHealth365) Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a phrase used to describe a group of conditions, including ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, all of which involve chronic inflammation throughout the gastrointestinal tract. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than three million adults have been diagnosed with the disease, and it’s becoming increasingly common. But, the big question is: what does science tell us about how vitamin D can improve this condition?
Source: Natural Health 365
Date posted: 10/11/2020
Especially if you're a night owl, mornings are rough enough as it is. Add a bloated, gassy stomach into the mix and it's no wonder if you don't feel like a ray of sunshine in the a.m.
Source: Live Strong
Date posted: 09/11/2020
Many depression sufferers also suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and a small study suggests that taking probiotics may ease both conditions.
Source: Natural Society
Date posted: 08/11/2020
Results from a poll by NHS England published in April found that 40 per cent of people surveyed said they were not seeking help from their GP because they were afraid to be “a burden on the NHS” during the pandemic. The impact of this is still being felt, with researchers warning that a surge in demand for healthcare could be imminent as a consequence of delayed diagnoses, meaning some patients could find that their condition has deteriorated by the time they finally make contact. And last week, Macmillan Cancer Support reported that up to 50,000 people in the UK have cancer that has not been diagnosed because of disruption from Covid-19.
Source: The Independent
Date posted: 06/11/2020
In a quest for safe, effective treatment options for cognitive decline, researchers at the University of Southern California (USC) tested omega-3 supplementation for potential value in slowing the onset of Alzheimer's disease (AD) in a first-of-its-kind clinical trial.
Source: Green Med Info
Date posted: 04/11/2020
As the world appears to be spinning out of control, it's easy to get lost in coronavirus-related fear and worry. While a whole range of proactive steps to safeguard our physical and mental health — from social distancing to online therapy — are at our disposal, it's sometimes quite easy to overlook the relatively simple steps that could make a world of difference.
Source: Steady Health
Date posted: 03/11/2020
The idea behind the keto diet is changing the way the body metabolizes the food you eat. It diverts the burning of carbohydrate to burning fat by reducing the intake of carbs and bulking up on fats with a moderate amount of protein.
Source: Top 10 Home Remedies
Date posted: 02/11/2020
I don’t have to introduce you to abdominal bloating. You know the feeling of a swollen, full, and tight abdomen after meals. Millions of Americans experience abdominal bloating on a regular basis. It doesn’t have to be this way though. There are some simple natural solutions for abdominal bloating you can try to improve your health.
Source: Dr Jockers
Date posted: 01/11/2020
The important health benefits of stinging nettle include its ability to detoxify the body, ease seasonal allergies, boost immunity, increase circulation, improve energy levels, manage menstruation, minimize menopausal symptoms, and aid in skin care.
Source: Organic Facts
Date posted: 30/10/2020
Green tea has become a popular weight loss tool, but is it really all that effective for dropping those extra pounds? This no-calorie beverage is one of the world’s healthiest, as it comes packed with antioxidants, polyphenols and other health-promoting nutrients.
Source: Diet vs Disease
Date posted: 28/10/2020
Basic vitamins, in the right amount, are key to a good memory, but many of us are deficient. Learn how to use foods and supplements to boost your memory.
Source: Be Brain Fit
Date posted: 27/10/2020
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