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Nutrition: November 2012 Archives



Natural Health News

Green Tea Found to Reduce Rate of Some GI Cancers



  ScienceDaily (Oct. 31, 2012) -- Women who drink green tea may lower their risk of developing some digestive system cancers, especially cancers of the stomach/esophagus and colorectum, according to a study led by researchers from Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center.   The study by lead author Sarah Nechuta, Ph.D., MPH, assistant professor of Medicine, was published online in advance of the Nov. 1 edition of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Wei Zheng, M.D., Ph.D., MPH,...

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Limiting Carbs to Dinner-Time Increases Satiety,



 Reduces Risk for Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease, Research Finds ScienceDaily (Nov. 11, 2012) -- An experimental diet with carbohydrates eaten mostly at dinner could benefit people suffering from severe and morbid obesity, according to new research at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.   The diet influences secretion patters of hormones responsible for hunger and satiety, as well as hormones associated with metabolic syndrome. In this way the diet can help dieters persist over the long...

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Low-fat and low-carb diets shown to reduce inflammation



  Wednesday, November 07, 2012 If you're overweight, losing weight can significantly reduce inflammation in your body, regardless if you lose weight with a low-carbohydrate or low-fat diet, a new study says. Being overweight is known to increase inflammation in the body, which researchers say can lead to increased risks of heart attack or stroke.  "Our findings indicate that you can reduce systemic inflammation, and possibly lower your risk of heart disease, no matter...

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