Latest Research from Heal Naturally

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Reduced Glycemic Load Boosts Colon Cancer Survival

New research from Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Duke University Medical Center have determined that a diet with lower glycemic load foods – foods with a lower glycemic index – reduce the risk of recurring colon cancer.

hay fever and nasal irrigation

Nasal Irrigation Helps Relieve Hay Fever Symptoms

Research has confirmed that nasal irrigation with a saline solution with more salt content significantly lessens allergy symptoms and the need for medications. Hay fever in children tested The research, from Italy’s University of Milan,...

Probiotics and LDL cholesterol

Probiotics Improve Cholesterol Levels

Research from Montreal’s McGill University School of Medicine has confirmed that probiotics help maintain healthy cholesterol levels, and particular probiotic species can correct poor cholesterol.

children and BPA

Eight Toxins Commonly Found in U.S. Children

Researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have concluded that BPA and seven other toxins are building up within the bodies of U.S. children according to blood and urine studies. Large...

seaweeds and periodontal disease

Seaweed Extracts Fight Gum Disease

Scientists have determined that many seaweed extracts inhibit bacteria known to cause gingivitis and gum disease. Seaweed is one of the most plentiful and sustainable forms of medicinal plants because it grows from the...

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Acrylamides Linked to Child Developmental Issues

Research has determined that babies from pregnant mothers who consume more acrylamide have a higher incidence of lower birth weights and smaller head circumference, which are linked to slower brain development…