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Vitamin D may slow pre-cancer growths, find researchers

Vitamin D may slow pre-cancer growths, find researchers Vitamin D may help to battle cancers by blocking cell growth and slowing the progression of pre-malignant to malignant states, say researchers. http://www.nutraingredients.com/Research/Vitamin-D-may-slow-pre-cancer-growths-find-researchers

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You Glow Girl: Easy Solutions for Problematic Pigmentation

  JESSICA REIMER,   Too much of a good thing can sometimes be not so wonderful. Melanin production, our body’s UV-defense mechanism, is great at protecting our skin from damaging effects from the sun. But overproduction can lead to unsightly spots and dark patches, causing us…

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CoEnzyme Q10 supplementation improves muscle health in adults with statin-related myopathy

  At a GlanceIn a recent study of adults with muscle pain and weakness related to intake of statin drugs, CoQ10 supplementation for six months significantly improved muscle strength and reduced muscle pain. Statin drugs are commonly prescribed for people at high risk of developing…

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Gut Health,Digestion & a simple sauerkraut recipe

By Dr Christiane Northrup. M.D. Your gut is a very delicate ecosystem, with more flora (healthy bacteria) in it than all the other cells in the body put together. When this ecosystem is healthy, your digestive tract has the proper balance of stomach acids and bacteria….

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Nature’s Best Alternative Sweeteners

By Mark Briggs and Elissa Goodman Sugar has become a constant companion in most of our lives. Whether added to our tea or coffee, or found in our favorite packaged foods we find in the supermarket aisles, sugar is hard to remove from our diet…

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Supplement Spotlight: Add Ginkgo-PS to Your Brain Game

CAMILLE FLETCHER Does this sound familiar to anyone? You get up, get yourself ready, drive yourself to your local shopping center, and then once you get to your destination, you stop… stand there… and think: “What did I need to get here?” Then you don’t…

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Low serum vitamin D levels may increase the risk of diabetes in obese adults

At A Glance.  A recent study has found that low vitamin D levels are correlated with a higher waist circumference and those participants that were low in vitamin D and obese, had a higher incidence of type 2 diabetes than those of normal weight.Read more…

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Portion Distortion – Matthew Kadey, MS, RD

Research: Recent studies show why we overeat—and offer practical clues on controlling the size of our meals, snacks and drinks. Matthew Kadey, MS, RD IDEA Author/Presenter       Over the past few decades, portion sizes of everything from pizza to bagels have swelled by…

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