• Lower Magnesium intake tied to rising blood sugar

    Dec 04, 2013
    The University of Massachusetts Medical School measured the Magnesium intake of 234 people and found that over 70% did not meet the RDA for Magnesium consumption. This is in keeping with other research indicating that less than 20% to 30% of the American population consumes adequate Magnesium. Magnesium intake was graded at the start of the study, and again six-months and twelve-months into the study.
  • Fish Oils cut the risk of breast cancer

    Dec 03, 2013
    Breast cancer in women accounts for 23 percent of all cancer cases and 14 percent of cancer deaths in the US. There is good evidence that dietary factors and positive life style habits can decrease the occurrence of the disease. Fish oils do seem to have a protective impact.
  • Fish Oil supplements along with a low fat diet help fight prostate cancer

    Dec 02, 2013
    Professor William Aronson and his team at UCLA have found that “in men with prostate cancer, you really are what you eat”. In a previous study in 2011 performed in men soon to have their prostates surgically removed to treat their prostate cancer, Dr Aronson’s team found that a low-fat diet accompanied by Fish Oil capsules over the course of four to six weeks slowed the growth of the cancerous cells compared to men on a typical Western diet.