University of Michigan researchers have found a new potential benefit in green tea: preventing the misfolding of specific proteins in the brain. Continue reading »
Eating an apple a day might in fact help keep the cardiologist away, new research from Ohio State University suggests.
In a study of healthy adults, consumption of one apple a day for four weeks lowered by 40 percent blood levels of a substance linked to hardening of the arteries.
It has long been believed that drinking green tea is good for the memory.
Now researchers have discovered how the chemical properties of China’s favorite drink affect the generation of brain cells, providing benefits for memory and spatial learning.
by Dr. Jonathan V. Wright
A recent article by Dr. Niva Shapira in the journal Nutrition Reviews lays out the evidence for a Nutritional approach to sun protection in 7 1/2 pages (with an impressive 149 references).
It points directly to the major culprit behind the large majority of skin cancers: poor diet!
According to new research from the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University, one of the beneficial compounds found in green tea has a powerful ability to increase the number of "regulatory T cells" that play a key role in immune function and suppression of autoimmune disease.
Thinking about asking a doctor when it comes to finding out what are the best vitamins to take?
Turns out that for specialists in dermatology, cardiology, and orthopedics, many take vitamins themselves, and recommend what is best to take in their practices.