April 2010

Post image for How does ProArgi-9 work?

Many users of Proargi9 do not even know what you are about to read. Although Proargi9 can result in many great benefits, first, you must figure out which protocol is best for the results you are trying to attain. You do not get the same benefits and results from Proargi9 by taking this product by […]


Post image for Vitamin E Helps Treat Common Liver Disease

(HealthDay News) — A new study has identified vitamin E as a treatment that can provide relief for many of the estimated 10 million Americans who have the most common chronic liver disease.
“This clearly shows that vitamin E is effective for treatment of patients with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis who don’t have active diabetes,” said study author […]


Post image for Vitamin D in pill form may cut breast cancer risk

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Women’s dietary intake of vitamin D and calcium doesn’t seem to influence their risk of breast cancer, before or after menopause, new research from Canada shows. But the findings do suggest that taking vitamin D in supplement form may be protective against the disease.
Given these new findings on vitamin D […]


Post image for Juice concentrates show anti-inflammatory potential

By Stephen Daniells,
April 29, 2010
Concentrates of fruit and vegetables taken as capsules may reduce levels of markers of inflammation, and potentially reduce the risk of chronic disease, suggests a new study.
A micronutrient-dense concentrate of a range of fruit and vegetables including cherry, apple, broccoli, cranberry, orange, pineapple, spinach, and tomato was found to reduce levels […]


Post image for L-Arginine After a Heart Attack

My experience is totally opposite with a similar group of patients. We raise the l-arginine and deal with side effects. Diabetes and metabolic control is measured in proved to be meet National targets. Our l-arginine is of the best quality and is a mix of ingredients to sustain time of action as insisted by the […]


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Prevention of Diabetes 1 and 2 is becoming increasingly complex and more possible. Here is a list, all of which we can control, of metabolic pathways that we now attack.

Nitric oxide
Omegas 3,6 and 9
Krebs cycle

And the last one is Vitamin D. In the last 18 months we have not found anyone normal using the new […]


Post image for Omega 3’s may help cut colon cancer risk

March 23, 2010
(Reuters Health) – People who eat plenty of fish oil and other omega-3 fatty acids could cut their risk of colon cancer, new research hints.
Studies in animals and a couple of small trials in people suggest that fish oil supplementation can fight inflammation and may have cancer-fighting properties, Dr. Sangmi Kim of the […]


Post image for People with diabetes are at higher risk of atrial fibrillation

April 22nd, 2010 in Medicine & Health / Diseases
As the U.S. population keeps aging and gaining weight, diabetes is becoming increasingly common. Some research has associated diabetes with the most common kind of chronically irregular heartbeat, called atrial fibrillation, which can raise the risk for stroke and death. But results of past studies of diabetes […]


Post image for Cholesterol drugs raise diabetes risk by 9 percent

April 22, 2010
by Ethan A. Huff
(NaturalNews) A recent report out of the University of Glasgow has revealed that popular cholesterol drugs like Crestor and Lipitor are responsible for increasing user risk of developing diabetes. Published in the journal Lancet, the report quantifies the severity of the side effect for which doctors and researchers have only […]