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  • High dose Calcium and Vitamin D3 improves the strength of bone in patients with fractures related to osteoporosis.

    Aug 08, 2007
    A low energy fracture is breaking a bone easily, for instance from a fall that would have no consequence in most people. This occurs in osteoporosis and some say in the forerunner to osteoporosis known as osteopenia where bone is not at an optimally healthy level but not truly thinned and weakened yet either. Low-energy fractures of the hip, forearm, shoulder and spine are known consequences of osteoporosis; the brittle bone condition.
  • Summary of a symposium on how SAMe, Folic Acid and Betaine help alcoholic liver disease

    Aug 07, 2007
    This is a summary of a symposium on the role of nutrients for treating alcoholic liver disease (ALD). The participants were the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism in collaboration with various departments from the National Institutes of Health. Supplementing these patients with SAMe may lessen ALD by decreasing inflammation and free radical damage, by improving Glutathione activity and decreasing the level of the substrate known as s-adenosylhomocysteine or SAH; the direct precursor to homocysteine in the liver.
  • Olive Extract decreases pain and improves daily activities in patients with osteoarthritis and decreases cardiovascular risk factors in patients with rheumatoid arthritis

    Aug 06, 2007
    Previously researchers from France have shown that the Olive Leaf Polyphenols Oleuropein and Hydroxytyrosol have a beneficial effect on bone by decreasing inflammation within the bone. Later animal study findings supported these findings. In this newly published study scientists from Arizona State University in Tempe gave patients either a high-polyphenol Olive Extract 400mg per day for 8 weeks or inactive placebo.
  • Multiple-Vitamin and Mineral has definite benefit in elderly, acutely ill patients.

    Aug 03, 2007
    Researchers split 225 hospitalized and acutely ill older patients into two groups, one group received a placebo daily for six-weeks and the other group received a Multiple-vitamins, Mineral supplement daily; both along with the hospital diet. The average age of the patients was 75.6 years. At the end of the six-week period those on the Multiple-Vitamin Mineral supplement had improved levels of important vitamins whereas those on placebo had a drop in these same nutrients.
  • Royal Jelly increases the lifespan of unhealthy mice.

    Aug 02, 2007
    Royal Jelly is the only food for the developing queen bee because it is so nutritious. Research indicates it has anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties. Royal Jelly is a super-food rich in nutrients; vitamins, minerals, proteins and fatty acids.

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