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  • Soybean ingredient may fight the HIV virus in a new and powerful way

    Aug 13, 2013
         There are sensors on the outside of our cells that tell the cell about its environment and allow communication between it and other cells. These same sensors allow the cell to communicate from its surface into its interior. The HIV virus that can progress into AIDS uses some of these surface sensors to trick the cell to send signals inside.
  • BioCurcumin may work in depression

    Aug 09, 2013
         A recently published clinical trial shows that BioCurcumin works as well as fluoxetine (generic Prozac) in patients with severe depression. In this study sixty patients with major depressive disorder (MDD). The study participants were split into 3 groups of 20.
  • BioCurcumin and Boswellia Extract have comparable effects to generic Celebrex in patients with arthritis of the knee

    Aug 08, 2013
         Celebrex is a cox2 inhibiting drug. It reduces joint pain and stiffness but lacks the ability to cause bleeding ulcers that is common to other arthritis drugs. The generic name is celecoxib.
  • BioCurcumin works in patients with painful rheumatoid arthritis

    Aug 07, 2013
         In this recent study run by researchers at Baylor Medical College 45 patients with rheumatoid arthritis were randomly split into 3 groups. One group was given the anti-inflammatory prescription drug diclofenac sodium (one brand name is Voltaren®) 50 mg twice daily, the second group of patients were supplemented with BioCurcumin at a dosage of 500 mg twice daily. The third group was placed on a combination of the two.
  • Green Tea

    Aug 05, 2013
    Analysis of six studies demonstrates Green Tea’s ovarian cancer fighting activity      A Chinese research team from the Oncology Department at Zhengzhou University First Affiliated Hospital reviewed 6 case-control studies evaluating the effects of green tea on ovarian cancer. All told 9113 people were evaluated, 3,842 with ovarian cancer and 5,271 without. Drinking green tea significantly cut the risk of developing ovarian cancer.

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