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  • Grape Seed Extract helps lower blood pressure

    Mar 31, 2006
    Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of risk factors that increase the risk of developing diabetes and cardiovascular disease (hardening of the arteries) which occur together in one person. Metabolic syndrome is usually due to overeating poor food choices, not exercising, and to a degree, genetic factors. Having high LDL-cholesterol and triglycerides, insulin resistance, high blood pressure, a pro-inflammatory state, and obesity are characteristic of metabolic syndrome.
  • Indole-3 Carbinol fights breast cancer and cervical cancer by raising the activity of an important tumor suppressing gene

    Mar 30, 2006
    PTEN is a gene that suppresses the growth of tumors. If this gene is damaged it can not do its job and there is an increased risk of developing cancer and cancer incidence of the colon, breast and thyroid are then thought to increase. Indole-3 Carbinol (I3C) is a phytochemical derived from cabbage vegetables; it has proven anticancer efficacy including reducing cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (a bad result on a Pap smear) and reducing its progression to cervical cancer.
  • Green Tea may decrease the risk of ovarian cancer

    Mar 28, 2006
    Ovarian cancer is the leading cause of death from gynecologic cancer. Green Tea has shown promise in the prevention of several cancers. There is much evidence from laboratory and animal studies that Green Tea lowers the risk or slows the progression of ovarian cancer.
  • Beta-Carotene and Vitamin E could slow down lung aging

    Mar 27, 2006
    As we age our lung function declines. In this study, researchers at the University of Medicine Bichat, in Paris, followed 535 individuals from 1992 in a European respiratory health study known as ECRHS. The participants were approximately an equal number of men and women, 20% were moderate smokers and 10% were heavy smokers.
  • Beta-Carotene and Vitamin E could slow down lung aging

    Mar 24, 2006
    As we age our lung function declines. In this study, researchers at the University of Medicine Bichat, in Paris, followed 535 individuals from 1992 in a European respiratory health study known as ECRHS. The participants were approximately an equal number of men and women, 20% were moderate smokers and 10% were heavy smokers.

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