LivingFuel HealthAlerts


May 16, 2017

These two spicy ingredients pack a powerful punch against cancer

(Natural News) Cancer prevention has never been more delicious than this: The zingy combination of ginger and chili can actually protect you from the deadly disease. A recent study by the American Chemical Society (ACS) has found that specific properties in the two spices combined can effectively inhibit tumor growth receptors, the DailyMail.co.uk reported. For the study, the research team from ACS focused on lung cancer-prone mice. 

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May 12, 2017

Blueberry Concentrate Improves Brain Function

Results of a recent study from the University of Exeter show that concentrated blueberry juice improves brain function in older adults.

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May 9, 2017

Omega 3 fatty acid could halt NASH progression

A recent article appearing in PLOS ONE reports a benefit for supplementation with the omega 3 polyunsaturated fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in a mouse model of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), an inflammatory liver condition that increases the risk of cirrhosis and liver cancer. Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis develops in 10% to 30% of people with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), a condition that is frequently associated with metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, abnormal lipids and obesity.

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May 5, 2017

Fish Oil Component Boosts Damaged Brain, Retinal Cells

NDP1 is shown to trigger the production of a protective protein against toxic free radicals and injury in the brain and retina.

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May 3, 2017

New study reveals that exercise is socially contagious

(Natural News) When it comes to exercise, you may want to keep your friends close. A new study published in Nature Communications revealed that exercise is socially contagious, observing that exercise data shared on social networks influenced the exercise habits of people who saw them.

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May 2, 2017

Vitamin D levels higher in exercisers

A recent issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism published the finding of researchers at Johns Hopkins University of a correlation between increased physical activity and higher levels of vitamin D. Higher levels of vitamin D and exercise was also associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

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May 1, 2017

5 Over-the-counter drugs you MUST avoid

Many people are well aware of the toxic ingredients in the long list of physician prescribed chemically concocted pharmaceuticals, but over the counter medications carry their own significant risks. There are five you should avoid.

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April 28, 2017

Foods High in Potassium can Lower Blood Pressure

New reasearch reveals that a higher intake of dietary potassium can assist in lowering blood pressure.

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April 28, 2017

Beetroot Before Exercise Has Anit-Aging Benefits for Elderly

A new study reveals that drinking beetroot juice prior to working out enables the aging brain to perform more efficiently and appear younger.

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April 27, 2017

What Do We Learn From New Study About Trans Fats?

(Natural News) A new study reportedly validates the health risks posed by trans fats. Trans fatty acids (TFAs), otherwise known as hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oil, is found in a lot of packaged or processed food, and is meant to improve taste and expand shelf life.

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April 25, 2017

Gray Hair May Predict Heart Disease?

Most people associate gray hair with the natural aging process. However, new research indicates that gray hair might mean more than the fact that one is aging. Research made public at the recent EuroPrevent 2017 event links the presence of gray hair to a heightened risk of heart disease in men. This is not to say that every man who has gray hair is at risk of a heart attack. Yet it seems as though the graying of hair and atherosclerosis have similar mechanisms like oxidative stress, senescence of functional cells, DNA repair, hormonal changes and inflammation. Additional research is necessary to determine the cutaneous signs of risk that could help medical professionals take preventive action early on in the cardiovascular disease process.

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April 21, 2017

Diet drinks TRIPLE your risk of stroke and dementia

Research shows adults who have at least one diet drink a day are three times more at risk from a stroke or dementia.

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April 21, 2017

More evidence for broccoli compound in prostate cancer prevention

The April, 2017 issue of the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry published the finding of researchers at Oregon State University of a mechanism for sulforaphane (a compound formed when Brassicaceae family vegetables such as broccoli are chopped or chewed) in the prevention of prostate cancer. The researchers determined that sulforaphane can influence the expression of long noncoding ribonucleic acids (RNAs) involved in cancer.

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April 21, 2017

HIIT for Fastest Improvement in Diabetes Control

Research published in the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports shows that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) improves glucose metabolism and insulin sensitivity in people with type 2 diabetes.

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April 21, 2017

Selenium and CoQ10 Combo Cuts Heart Disease Deaths in Half

A 5-year study reveals that combining selenium with CoQ10 has been found to dramatically slash the risk of death from cardiovascular disease.

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April 20, 2017

Drinking green tea associated with lower risk of premature mortality

A recent edition of the Journal of Epidemiology published an analysis of two ongoing prospective studies conducted in China which found an association between regular consumption of green tea and a lower risk of cardiovascular and all-cause mortality during a median follow-up period of 8.3 years for men and 14.2 years for women.

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April 19, 2017

Researchers reveal that brushing your teeth may help prevent cancer

(Natural News) Being mindful of oral health care —  brushing, flossing, and regular dental check up — may help prevent the onset of cancer, experts say. Various studies have shown that oral bacteria may be a contributing factor to the development of certain types of cancer. As such, gaining insight on the connection between oral bacteria and cancer may help health care practitioners determine a person’s cancer risk just by examining the bacterial composition in his mouth.

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April 18, 2017

Age-Related Disease Protection with Longer Telomeres

Gladstone Institute scientists have pinpointed a critically important mechanism that safeguards mice from enduring a human disease of aging. This discovery also helps explain the breadth of disease severity that typically occurs in humans. The finding is centered on the role played by telomeres. These are the protective caps found on the ends of chromosomes that whither away across posterity.

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April 12, 2017

Daily Cup of Tea Reduces Risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia in Seniors

Drinking tea decreases cognitive impairment risk by 50 percent and as much as 86 percent for those genetically at risk of Alzheimer's.

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April 10, 2017

Your Brain Resets During Sleep

New research explains how synapses in the cortex expand with daytime stimulation and shrink with sleep, resetting the brain and preparing it for the next day.

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April 7, 2017

Prolonged antibiotic use linked to colon cancer precursor

A large study suggests taking antibiotics for an extended period in early to middle adulthood might increase your risk for precancerous growths in your colon.

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March 30, 2017

No More Excuses - Hit the Stairs

Too busy for the gym? Researchers find that short, intense stair climbing has a surprising amount of health benefits.

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March 29, 2017

Greater intake of vitamins, minerals associated with lower risk of chronic kidney disease

An article that appeared recently in the journal Nutrients reports a lower risk of developing chronic kidney disease among men and women aged 30 years and older who consumed higher amounts of folate, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, magnesium and potassium in comparison with those who consumed lower amounts.

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March 23, 2017

Stevia Combats Lyme Disease

A recent study indicates that Stevia is more effective at combating Lyme disease than antibiotics.

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March 23, 2017

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Reverses Aging

Mayo Clinic study shows that high-intensity aerobic exercise performed in short intervals can reverse the aging processes.

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March 23, 2017

Big blow to statin drugs market as scientists discover LDL cholesterol isn't the 'bad guy' after all

As we've been saying for years, LDL isn't the 'bad' cholesterol that's responsible for heart disease and blocked arteries-and now scientists are proving it

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March 21, 2017

Trial finds blueberry brain benefit

A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial reported in Nutritional Neuroscience revealed increased neural response in older men and women with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) who supplemented with freeze-dried blueberry powder for 16 weeks.

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March 14, 2017

Fish Oil Fights Asthma

The healthy oils found in cold water fish and fish oil supplements, Omega-3 fatty acids, can be employed to fight asthma.

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March 13, 2017

Alcohol is a major toxin that contributes to cancer, stroke and neurodegenerative disease

Researchers and physicians have long known that chronic, excessive alcohol use can cause devastating effects on health. And, it’s becoming increasingly clear that those who consume large amounts of alcohol sharply increase their risk of certain cancers.

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March 13, 2017

Magnesium deficiency promotes age-related diseases

The majority of Americans have magnesium levels far below optimal – to the point that many natural health experts are classifying magnesium deficiency in the United States as an “epidemic.”

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March 8, 2017

Slow Aging by Eating Less

Can eating less actually help you live longer? To understand the answer to that question it’s important to know a bit about how cells in the human body work.

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March 8, 2017

Diabetes Ups Risk of Adverse Outcomes in Chronic Heart Failure

For outpatients with chronic heart failure, diabetes is associated with increased risk of one-year adverse outcomes, according to a study published online March 2 in Diabetes Care.

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March 6, 2017

Low-quality food has destroyed the bodies of millennials; bowel cancer explodes in young generation

A new study shows an alarming trend in bowel cancer: millennials, or those born between 1980 and 1995, have four times the likelihood of developing rectal tumors originating in the large intestine than those born in the 1950s. Young people also have double the risk of colon tumors, and this is being blamed on poor diets and a lack of exercise.

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March 3, 2017

Decrease Cancer Risk by Increasing Vitamin D

Study shows that higher levels of vitamin D - specifically serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D - are associated with a reduced risk of cancer.

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March 1, 2017

Is Subway Chicken Real?

As fast-food options go, Subway might be considered a healthy alternative. However, researchers at Trent University in Canada have determined that the chicken at Subway is only about 50 percent chicken.

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