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  1. Can Vitamin D Work Without Magnesium?

    Can Vitamin D Work Without Magnesium?
    According to extensive research, vitamin D deficiencies play a major role in the development of breast, prostate and colon cancer as well as diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, psoriasis and mental illness.  While people are now beginning to realize the full extent of health benefits that vitamin D has to offer, they may not be getting the benefits of this...
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  2. Can Vitamin D Benefit You Without Magnesium?

    Can Vitamin D Benefit You Without Magnesium?
    You may already know about the many powerful health benefits of having sufficient levels of vitamin D in your body. However, you may not be getting many of these benefits if you suffer from magnesium deficiency. Vitamin D is made by skin cells in response to sunlight. It is also found naturally in fatty fish, fish liver oils and egg yolks...
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  3. Can Supplements Offset the Effects of an Unhealthy Lifestyle?

    Can Supplements Offset the Effects of an Unhealthy Lifestyle?
    According to a 2010 study, poor lifestyle choices, including a diet low in micronutrients and minerals, inactivity, smoking and excessive drinking, all add up to a massive increase in the likelihood of death.  Study researchers found that risk of ‘all-cause mortality’ (dying from any cause) rose 85% for people with any one of these risky health behaviors; and went up...
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  4. Can Ovarian Cancer be Treated with Frankincense?

    Can Ovarian Cancer be Treated with Frankincense?
    In a recent study, researchers have demonstrated the therapeutic potential of the aromatic resin - and one of the three most famous Christmas gifts of all time, frankincense - in treating late stage ovarian cancer. The origins of frankincense can be traced to Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. It’s obtained from trees of the genus Boswellia and is typically used...
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  5. Can Bitter Melon Counter Obesity-Associated Inflammation in the Brain?

    Can Bitter Melon Counter Obesity-Associated Inflammation in the Brain?
    According to a study from the University of Hawaii, bitter melon can counter inflammation in the brain caused by obesity, thereby lowering risk for brain-related diseases including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and others. The global epidemic of obesity is a major risk factor for many diseases, including those affecting the brain; and it is a major preventable cause of death worldwide. In...
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  6. Are Mental Disorders the Result of Neuro-inflammation?

    Are Mental Disorders the Result of Neuro-inflammation?
    New research increasingly shows that not only are many cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia related to inflammation in brain tissues, but even so-called ‘classic’ mental diseases such as schizophrenia and depression may be connected to brain inflammation. Further, recent research from Japan's Kyushu University Medical School and Saga University have shown that many mental disorders...
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  7. Cannabis-Related Drugs May Provide Pain and Inflammation Relief to Osteoarthritis Sufferers

    Cannabis-Related Drugs May Provide Pain and Inflammation Relief to Osteoarthritis Sufferers
    According to recent research from the Arthritis Research UK Pain Centre, synthetic chemical compounds similar to those found in cannabis have the potential to reduce both the pain and joint inflammation seen in osteoarthritis.  Osteoarthritis affects eight million people in the UK. The cartilage at the ends of bones wears away, causing joint pain and stiffness, and is a major...
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  8. The Best Way to Fight Stress

    The Best Way to Fight Stress
    Just like a squirrel has a favorite hiding place for its chestnuts, you most likely have a place on your body where you store stress. It may be tension or tightness in your shoulders, neck or throat, upper or lower back, arms, or stomach. Not only is stress bad for your mood, it can also lead to fatigue. By following...
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  9. What to eat for Better Metabolic health

    What to eat for Better Metabolic health
    In this article, we will discuss what to eat for better metabolic health and how to increase energy levels by changing your diet. When you eat food, carbohydrates are converted into blood sugar or glucose.   In response, your pancreas secretes insulin, a hormone that tells your cells to take in the glucose floating in your bloodstream. Cell membranes are then activated...
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  10. Exercise and Cancer Prevention: The “Neighborhood” Connection

    Exercise and Cancer Prevention: The “Neighborhood” Connection
    Researchers have known for years that people who are active and maintain a healthy weight are less likely to develop cancer, and cancer survivors who exercise and keep a healthy weight are less likely to relapse.  Only recently, however, have scientists begun to understand how staying active helps prevent cancer from developing or relapsing. Could this be the key to healthy aging...
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