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Research Shows Monsanto Corn Causes Organ Damage in Mammals

Research Shows Monsanto Corn Causes Organ Damage in Mammals

In a study released by the International Journal of Biological Sciences, analyzing the effects of genetically modified foods on mammalian health, researchers found that agricultural giant Monsanto’s GM corn is linked to organ damage in rats.

January 21, 28
Sleep Helps Reduce Errors In Memory

Sleep Helps Reduce Errors In Memory

Sleeping found to reduce mistakes in memory, according to a first-of-its-kind study led by a cognitive neuroscientist at Michigan State University. While previous research has shown that sleep improves memory, this study is the first to address errors in memory.

September 15, 4
How Broccoli Can Protect Your Arteries

How Broccoli Can Protect Your Arteries

It’s long been known that broccoli is good for your heart, and now British scientists think they know why. Researchers at Imperial College London have found evidence a chemical in broccoli and other green leafy vegetables could boost a natural defense mechanism that protects arteries from the clogging that can cause heart attacks…

September 13, 4
Get To Know 5 Superfoods

Get To Know 5 Superfoods

Many are aware of some of the health promoting properties of certain herbs and spices. The challenge is to get them into our daily diets. One way is to consume ‘functional foods.’ A functional food is any food product claimed to have a health-promoting and/or disease-preventing property beyond the basic nutrition. Here are 5 AMAZING Superfoods…

September 04, 11
Research Confirms, Sugar Feeds Cancer

Research Confirms, Sugar Feeds Cancer

Researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah have uncovered new information that sugar feeds tumors. The findings may also have implications for other diseases such as diabetes. Amazingly the results stated…

August 29, 20
Beet Juice Boosts Stamina by 16%

Beet Juice Boosts Stamina by 16%

A University of Exeter team found that drinking beetroot juice boosts stamina and could help people exercise for up to 16% longer. The study found the nitrate contained in the vegetable leads to a reduction in oxygen uptake, making exercise less tiring. The study suggests the effect is greater than…

August 07, 8
Fluoride Linked To Cancer

Fluoride Linked To Cancer

Well, in case you didn’t know it, fluoride is highly toxic. In fact, before fluoride was deemed a cavity fighter, it was used as insecticide and rat poison. Fluoride now appears to have the potential to initiate or promote cancers, particularly of the…

July 09, 8
Brain Tumor Now The Biggest Cancer Killer in the UK

Brain Tumor Now The Biggest Cancer Killer in the UK

Brain tumors in young men and women are the leading cause of cancer death in the UK. They kill more men under 45 and women under 35 than any other cancer. And brain tumors have overtaken leukaemia as the biggest cancer killer of children in the UK, with the number…

July 03, 8
Eating Animal Fat May Lead to Cancer

Eating Animal Fat May Lead to Cancer

Fat from red meat and dairy products can increase your risk for pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer, which is usually fatal, is the fourth-leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. Various risk factors for developing the disease have been identified, shockingly…

June 29, 1
Multivitamins Linked to Younger Biological Age

Multivitamins Linked to Younger Biological Age

Research discovered that cells from individuals who take a multivitamin have a younger biological age than cells from individuals who don’t take a multivitamin. Researchers looked at the length of telomeres, DNA sequences at the end of chromosomes that shorten as cells replicate and age.

June 12, 3
Low Vitamin D Levels Linked to Impaired Thinking

Low Vitamin D Levels Linked to Impaired Thinking

New research suggests that low vitamin D levels in the body are associated with thinking or cognitive impairments. In the study participants with low levels of vitamin D scored worse on a standard test of cognitive ability than did their peers with normal levels. But what is vitamin D and how can we […]

June 01, 2
Research Confirms Organic Apples Have More Antioxidants Than Conventionally Grown Apples

Research Confirms Organic Apples Have More Antioxidants Than Conventionally Grown Apples

Organically produced apples have a 15 per cent higher antioxidant capacity than conventionally produced apples, says a new study. Not only is organically grown food higher in nutritional value, but it is free from exposure to harmful herbicides and pesticides that when consumed over your life, can lead to […]

June 01, 2
Sugar From Soda Harmful To Health

Sugar From Soda Harmful To Health

A new study found evidence that human consumption of fructose-sweetened beverages can severely affect your health. According to the data, sugar consumption has been increasing every year. In 2005, the average American consumed 141 pounds of added sugar and the 2008 numbers look like they could be well over […]

April 21, 2
Depression Linked to Belly Fat

Depression Linked to Belly Fat

Research conducted at the University Medical Center in Amsterdam concluded that adults with symptoms of depression are more likely to gain abdominal fat. The study recorded depression and abdominal fat at the beginning and again after five years. The major contributing factors were chronic stress and depression that [...]

December 02, 5
Research Proves Heart Disease Can be Reversed

Research Proves Heart Disease Can be Reversed

Research finally agrees with naturopathic physicians that heart disease can be reversed. The study provides hard evidence that tiny pieces of genetic material called microRNA, which degrades the function of heart cells, plays a key role in the development of heart disease. Research using mice concluded by blocking microRNA in heart [...]

December 01, 0
Eating Fish May Prevent Kidney Decline in Diabetics

Eating Fish May Prevent Kidney Decline in Diabetics

Research is now discovering that eating fish at least twice a week, reduces the incidence of kidney disease in patients with diabetes by more than 75%. This is according to the American Journal of Kidney Diseases. The research revealed it’s the quality, not the quantity of the protein that matters, and fish protein seems to [...]

November 30, 0

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