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9 Spices That May Save Your Life
"There have been many recent studies validating the historic habit of using spices for health benefits,'' Donna Tainter, author of Spices and Seasonings: A Food Technology Handbook, told the website SixWise.com. Modern science has indeed shown that ... [...]
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Research points to health benefits of turmeric
The Curcuma longa plant is a member of the ginger family. Curcumin makes up 3.4 percent of the turmeric root-stem or rhizome but provides its color and many of its health benefits. Curcumin is available only as a supplement, or by eating turmeric spice. [...]
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8 Health Benefits of Turmeric: Getting Back to the Roots
It is a staple in all Indian cooking, with its primary compound curcumin, giving the delectable dishes that lovely yellow tinge, a staining quality that can often turn against us (hint: stained nails after devouring some delicious curry). Coined as the ... [...]
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The State of the Curcumin Market
Interestingly, even though its place in the Ayurvedic pantheon of herbs is well-established, low consumer awareness of curcumin's health benefits in India results in the majority being exported to North America and Europe. As often happens when an ... [...]
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'The hardest part of breast cancer was losing my hair'
When Victoria Welinder was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 32, one of the first things she thought was: “Will I need chemotherapy and will I lose my hair?” “It was a really big ... Hair loss is one of the most well-known side effects of ... [...]
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Catherine Britt beams as she marks her last round of chemotherapy for breast …
And after undergoing chemotherapy, award-winning country singer Catherine Britt has reached a milestone in her recovery. On Tuesday, the 31-year-old shared on Instagram a picture of herself getting her last chemotherapy treatment, ahead of four weeks ... [...]
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Wake Forest Baptist chosen for first US contract for Dignicap
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center will serve as the first confirmed U.S. site for providing a scalp-cooling device, known as DigniCap, to patients undergoing chemotherapy for stage 1 and stage 2 breast cancer. Dignitana Inc., the Swedish manufacturer ... [...]
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Global Breast Cancer Treatment Market to Reach $17.2 Billion by 2021
The global breast cancer therapeutics market is set to increase in value from $10.4 billion in 2014 to $17.2 billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 7.3%, according to GBI Research. The company's latest report states that this strong growth will be primarily due ... [...]
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Successfully Marketing Curcumin's Potential Benefits
Regarding inflammation, David Garner, CEO at Molecular Health Technologies LLC, said, “Curcumin blocks NF-kB, a molecule that travels in the core of cell structures and initiates genes leading to inflammation. Reducing inflammation in the body is ... [...]
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6 ways to naturally increase dopamine level, the 'feel good' hormone!
Dopamine is a neurotransmitter, or more commonly known as the 'feel good' hormone, that is known to play a primary role in motivation, feeling pleasure and emotional responses. Dopamine deficiency can lead to Parkinson's Disease, make you more prone ... [...]
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Eating for Your Brain as a Senior
Foods, beverages and extracts with similar pigments – such as pomegranates and grape juice – are also being studied for potential brain benefits. Not fond of berries? Brightly colored cabbage also has the same brain-healthy phytonutrients, Greger says. [...]
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Spice up your life
Last October, researchers from Saint Louis University in the US identified curcumin - a chemical contained in the curry spice turmeric - as showing promise in treating liver damage from an advanced form of an obesity-related disease known as "fatty ... [...]
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