Coronary heart disease (CHD) occurs when a build up of plaque in the blood vessels supplying the heart muscle reduce blood flow to the heart. These patients frequently suffer with angina pectoris or chest pain radiating down the left arm due to a failure to keep up with the demand for an increased blood supply to the heart during exertion. CHD is the most common cause of death for men and women over the age of 65 and the disease is also the most common cause of sudden death in different age groups.
More evidence that Turmeric reduces inflammation and Turmeric may be important to take when exercising There is frequently some downhill running when jogging outdoors. Downhill running causes damage to muscle fibers, inflammation, sore muscles, and various functional deficits. In this study, researchers from the Department of Exercise Science, University of South Carolina at Columbia gave laboratory animals either the Indian herb Turmeric or inactive placebo and had them run either uphill or downhill.
In this nested-case controlled study (a top of the line study) in a large population of men it was found that nutrition has a strong protective effect with cancer. In men who had a good intake of both Vitamin E and Selenium there was a strong 42% drop in risk of developing prostate cancer; these men had higher blood levels of selenium and were taking in more vitamin E than normal. If the man used a Multiple-vitamins and had a higher blood level of Selenium his drop in the risk of developing prostate cancer was 40%.
In the first part of the study healthy people were split into similar groups designed to measure effectiveness in preventing the flu; those who received no treatment, those receiving Colostrum for two months, or those receiving Colostrum and a flu shot. The subjects were followed for an additional 3 months. 13 of the subjects on Colostrum developed the flu, 14 on Colostrum + a flu shot, and 57 in the non-treated group.
This potentially shattering information (for some) was put together by scientists from the School of Medicine in Athens University, from the University of Massachusetts Cancer Center, and from the Harvard School of Public Health. The researchers took a critical look at the low-carbohydrate diets that contribute to weight control. 22,944 healthy adults were followed between the years 1993 to 2003.
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