Dietary

Health Talk: Herbal and dietary remedies for pain
Topical Capsaicin (active ingredient in chili peppers) decreases back pain, post mastectomy pain syndrome, painful diabetic neuropathy, post-herpetic neuralgia, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Other counter-irritants include Arnica, Menthol, ... [...]
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The new federal dietary guidelines: Are they good for your heart? »
... many yogurts and some soy milk. Adding a teaspoon of sugar to coffee, tea, or cereal a few times a day is not a problem.” The FDA will probably add a line to the Nutrition Facts label for added sugar, which will make tracking your added sugar much ... [...]
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Coffee Gets Green Light in New Dietary Guidelines, But Hold the Sugar
The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee also presented coffee in a positive light for the first time, noting the alternative health benefits of the popular brewed bean. According to the new guidelines, moderate coffee consumption can be implemented ... [...]
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Synergistic Effects of Dietary Natural Products as Anti-Prostate Cancer Agents.
This review is to describe synergistic effects of various combinations of dietary natural products including curcumin, quercetin, soybean isoflavones, silibinin, and EGCG that have potential for the treatment of prostate cancer. These data can provide ... [...]
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Dietary flavonoids reduce erectile dysfunction risk, say researchers
Those with prostate, bladder or testicular cancer or CVD were excluded. Participants were followed up between 2000 and 2010 during which time 35.6% reported erectile dysfunction. After adjusting for potential confounders including CVD and lifestyle ... [...]
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Possible BPH Therapy Seen in Using Curcumin as Dietary Supplement
Curcumin, one of the primary ingredients in turmeric and curry powders, and with beneficial effects in several diseases including retinal diseases and Parkinson's disease, was also suggested to enhance degradation of a key receptor in prostate cancer ... [...]
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Dietary Supplements' Role in Cancer Prevention and Treatment
In fact, many celebrities in the film industry and media have had their breasts removed surgically for fear of getting cancer. How can dietary supplements prevent or treat cancers? The DNA mutations induced by ionizing radiation (as UV rays, X-rays and ... [...]
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This Common Dietary Ingredient May Increase Breast Cancer and Lung Metastasis Risk
But, as researchers have suggested, it's often not the original tumor that winds up killing a cancer patient, but the metastasis of cancer to other parts of the body that makes the disease incredibly difficult to treat. Understanding the triggers ... [...]
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Dietary Supplement Ingredients, Concepts to Watch For in 2016
A variety of ingredients can provide anti-inflammatory effects, but turmeric/curcumin, which has seen increased demand in 2015, will continue market growth to be a leading ingredient in the category in 2016. In fact, Grand View Research predicts the ... [...]
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