Surprising research on lower mortality.

Surprising research on lower mortality.

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler, Ph.D., L.Ac.
  This population-based study included 495 077 women and men with an average age of 56.6 years (Li ZH, et al., 2020). The researchers wanted to find out if glucosamine would affect mortality. They evaluated all-cause mortality and mortality due to cardiovascular disease, cancer, respiratory and digestive disease. The average...
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How many years can exercise add to your life expectancy?

How many years can exercise add to your life expectancy?

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler, Ph.D., L.Ac.
  Exercise produces many health benefits, but can it help us live longer, and if it can how many years can we gain? 654,827 individuals were included in this research (Steven SC, et al., 2012).   The study had a median follow up time of 10 years. A physical activity...
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What damage can high blood sugar and oxidative stress cause?

It is common knowledge that having high blood sugar levels is damaging to our health, but in what way is it harmful to us?   Having high blood glucose levels causes oxidation of glucose and a reaction causing glycation of proteins.  These reactions cause tissue damage and create a lot...
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Reduce your risk of heart attacks by adding one food to your meals

Reduce your risk of heart attacks by adding one food to your meals

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
Research shows adding one food reduces the risk for heart attacks by 38%. Sometimes you can get big benefits by making small changes. There are several studies showing that just adding legumes to your meals can lower your cardiovascular risk. The results of this particular study found that only 1...
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An enjoyable way to reduce stress and improve immunity.

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Omega 3 fatty acid and prostate cancer

If you have watched the news lately, you have probably heard about a study linking increased risk of prostate cancer with omega 3 fatty acids ( Brasky TM, et al. 2013). The media, looking for big headlines, presented this as a new truth about omega 3 fat. Supposedly, it was...
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Deep-fried food and the risk of prostate cancer

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More evidence why interval training is better

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Eggs, heart disease, and stroke

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Surprising findings related to meat consumption

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If you like juice, tomato juice is a good choice.

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Anxiety and accelerated aging.

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Easy way to improve your blood vessels.

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The way meat is cooked can increase prostate cancer risk.

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Meditation: The effect on inflammation and the immune system.

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Improve the function of your blood vessels with a specific type of salad dressing.

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Ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 fatty acids important for memory

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
A lot of research has been published on the importance of omega-3 fatty acid. It's not only important that you eat omega 3 fat, but it is important that you eat enough of omega 3 fat so that the ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 is good. The research...
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Protect your skin with green tea

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
Most people believe that drinking green tea is a healthy habit. Still the results from the reviewed research may be surprising (Rhodes LE. et al. 2013). The participants were women, ranging between the ages of 29 to 59 years old. Their buttock skin were exposed to UV radiations. For 12...
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More benefits of B vitamins

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
Eating low glycemic index foods is the key to keeping your blood sugar in a low and normal range. This is also important when it comes to reducing cardiovascular risk. The reviewed research compared two different types of food for efficiency when it came to these issues (Jenkins DJ, et...
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Multivitamins are not dangerous.

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
Last year the news created headlines referring to research stating that multivitamins increased the risk of dying. This did not make any sense and now recent research has disputed that. The reviewed study analyzed 21 articles and included 91,074 people and 8,794 deaths (Macpherson H, et al. 2012). The average...
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