Researchers from the University of Oxford have determined that B vitamin supplementation can slow and possibly reverse the progression of Alzheimer’s symptoms along with cognitive impairment.
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A sinkhole in Louisiana caused by a chemical mining operation that has forced the evacuation of nearly an entire town is growing. The toxic sinkhole now covers more than 24 acres.
Research from Austria has confirmed that dental caries are specifically associated with atherosclerosis – the hardening of the arteries – a major component of most heart diseases.
Tai Chi significantly lowers hypertension, and even may reduce blood pressure greater than medication – finds a team of university researchers after an analysis of multiple clinical trials.
Research from Denmark’s National Food Institute has concluded that eating too much protein causes early mortality and a higher incidence of cardiovascular disease, type II diabetes and possibly more kidney diseases.
Certain foods provide natural forms of melatonin, which have been shown to raise melatonin blood levels naturally and significantly aid sleep. Research on synthetic melatonin, however, has fallen short.
An increasing chorus of research is finding that some edible and medicinal mushrooms can help the liver heal and protect the liver against many of the toxins that are now bombarding our livers.
Irish researchers have confirmed that brown seaweed safely slows glucose release from the gut, while other research has shown that brown seaweeds increase insulin sensitivity and helps balance and normalize insulin levels and blood glucose levels.
We already knew that vitamin D was important to health – given the over 70 diseases now associated with their deficiency. Now research is proving the sunshine vitamin’s role in food allergies.
Researchers from the US Geological Survey have determined that pesticides are bioaccumulating in frogs among ponds among pristine national parks in California.
Canadian government researchers have issued a report that states glycemic index would lead to poor food choices “inconsistent with national dietary guidelines.” What’s wrong with the glycemic index?
Researchers from the University of Mississippi’s School of Pharmacy have conducted an extensive analysis of medicinal plants and found that a number of them regulate insulin, glucose and fat metabolism.
When fertilizer or sewage runs into a waterway, or when phosphorous and nitrogen rise up from the ocean depths, algae can converge and feast and mushroom on the buffet of growth-inducing nutrients.
Researchers from the Netherlands have confirmed that the inflammatory condition of arthritis is related to other chronic diseases typically involving inflammation.