(Natural News) Alternative medicine is growing in popularity around the world, but in the U.S., this increase in popularity is especially noticeable. For nearly two decades, reports have shown there’s an increasing interest in natural remedies for healing, disease treatment and prevention. The botanical industry alone is worth over $7 billion these days. People are...
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It does more than flavor your curry. It could potentially save your life.
Turmeric may kill precancerous cells, and is deservedly the newest superfood to hit the market by storm.
I’ve chronicled my experience consuming turmeric regularly over the period of three weeks. After reaping some profound benefits, I swear by its mystic powers. I am a big believer in natural remedies and earthly elements as a means of health betterment.
No, I’m not one of those health fanatics with an unappetizing meal plan and rigorous exercise regimen. On the contrary. For those readers who know me through my work, you know that I am someone who lacks motivation when it comes to fitness, so naturally, I’m also the person for whom doctors visits and dental appointments are difficult commitments.
I have the luxury of a relaxed approach to my health, but it’s one of those aspects of oneself that required diligence and nurturing. I think it’s because of my tumultuous relationship with healthcare that I often seek holistic (but safe) remedies for many transient ailments. I will try just about anything I can get my hands on to avoid unbearably long waiting rooms to see the doctor. Apparently, I’m not the only one.
Turmeric is touted for its benefits on cancer prevention. Cancer affects one in every three people, and is a big diagnosis to swallow. But it comes with a ton of skepticism. I mean, how can a spice seem to have eluded so much medical literature? [...]
One of the key things pointed out on Dr. Oz was the link between estrogen and breast cancer, and how estrogen (and certain foods) can fuel breast disease. Turmeric helps decrease estrogen. As little as one teaspoon a day has been shown to reduce tumor growth. [...]
Testing positive for BRCA1 and BRCA2 meant her odds of developing breast cancer were more than six times that of the average American woman. “The facts were overwhelming,” said Spraley, who lives in Englewood with her husband and 6-year-old ... [...]
Research lead, Dr. Navindra P. Seeram said, “Natural food products such as green tea, red wine, berries, curcumin, and pomegranates continue to be studied for their potential benefits in combatting Alzheimer's disease. And now, in ... syrup's effects ... [...]
Prostate cancer is common, but not everyone is an expert in the disease. Watch the video above to learn some quick facts, including survival rates, about prostate cancer. All of the information comes from the American Cancer Society and the Prostate ... [...]
IT: The area we've been working on, my group, has been prostate cancer for the last 35 years. It's a disease that most of us will have in our lifetime. If you take your age and put a percent behind your age, it's the likelihood you have cancer in your ... [...]
In regard to melatonin and breast cancer, a brilliant review paper appeared in Natural Medicine Journal in 2010, authored by T. Kaczor. In her review, she highlights the multimodal mechanisms through which melatonin may be associated with reduced risk ... [...]
And a 2013 study involving 4,577 prostate cancer patients found that those who changed their diet to include more good fats — the type found in foods such as vegetables, nuts and olive oil — had a better survival rate than those whose diets remained ... [...]
At the same time, you're mitigating side effects because healthy tissues are able to withstand the toxic payload from traditional chemotherapy. But the exciting thing is you add on these other metabolic therapies, their synergistic mechanisms overlap." ... [...]
If you're considering using any type of dietary supplement for prostate cancer prevention, make sure to consult your doctor about the potential benefits and risks involved. Self-treating and avoiding or delaying standard care can have serious consequences. [...]
... in Ha Noi, HCM City, Hue, Da Nang and Can Tho by the Supportive Fund for Cancer Patients-Bright Future Fund and the Roche Company, nearly 600 doctors from central and district hospitals received training on breast cancer prevention and treatment. [...]