Plant sterols, nuts, soy and fiber have been proven to reduce bad cholesterol, LDL-c.
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Researchers have found that extracts from papaya leaf inhibit cancer cells and the growth of cancer.
Iron is a necessary nutrient but there is a downside to overloading with iron in supplements. Turns out iron contributes to artery disease and LDL-cholesterol oxidation.
Research continues to find benefits for the Mediterranean diet. This includes a reduction in metabolic syndrome.
Research from Harvard proves that red meat consumption is linked to a greater risk of diabetes.
Research shows that low carbohydrate diets increase the risk of breast cancer.
Research finds that grapes provide important phytochemicals that help protect the skin against the damaging effects of the sun, and skin cancer.
Orange peels contain compounds that help reduce cholesterol. Learn about the evidence for eating the peel.
Colon hydrotherapy has been bashed by conventional medicine. Why? We put the critics to the test with scientific evidence.
High-fructose corn syrup harms our health in many ways, including raising our triglycerides, according to multiple studies.
If you wanted the most effective way to reduce your cancer risk, you might consider the Mediterranean Diet. The proof comes from multiple large studies.
Turmeric helps prevent cancer, and blocks the growth of cancers that are developing. This is the conclusion of hundreds of studies.
Research finds that plasticizers in plastics such as phthalates and bisphenol A disrupt (interfere with) the body’s hormone production.
Research is indicating that selenium deficiency makes matters worse for an HIV patient. Supplementing selenium is not difficult, and not expensive.