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Supplements/Vitamins/Botanicals: September 2013 Archives



Natural Health News

Treat the Fungus Among Us With Nontoxic Medicinal Compound



Sep. 12, 2013 -- A Kansas State University microbiologist has found a breakthrough herbal medicine treatment for a common human fungal  Govindsamy Vediyappan, assistant professor of biology, noticed that diabetic people in developing countries use a medicinal herb called Gymnema slyvestre to help control sugar levels. He decided to study the microbiological use of Gymnema slyvestre -- a tropical vine plant found in India, China and Australia -- to see if it could treat a...

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Melatonin Helps Control Weight Gain



as It Stimulates the Appearance of 'beige Fat' That Can Burn Calories Instead of Storing Them, Study Suggests Sep. 25, 2013 -- Spanish scientists have discovered that melatonin consumption helps control weight gain because it stimulates the appearance of 'beige fat', a type of fat cell that burns calories in vivo instead of storing them. White adipose tissue stores calories leading to weight gain whereas 'beige fat' (also known as 'good or thinning fat') helps...

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Curcumin And Radiation Treatment



Topic: Curcumin Attenuates Radiation-induced Inflammation and Fibrosis Keywords: INFLAMMATION, FIBROSIS, RADIATION - Curcumin, Turmeric Reference: "Curcumin attenuates radiation-induced inflammation and fibrosis in rat lungs," Cho YJ, Yi Co, et al, Korean J Physiol Pharmacol, 2013 Aug; 17(267-74. (Address: Department of Internal Medicine, Institute of Health Sciences, Gyeongsang National University School of Medicine, Jinju 660-290, Korea). Summary: In a study involving rats given daily doses of intragastric curcumin (200 mg/kg) prior to a single irradiation...

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Benefits of green tea to control blood sugar



From CAM Report-Researchers in Chongqing, People's Republic of China, evaluated the effect of green tea on glucose control and insulin sensitivity.First, the details.17 studies with data from 1133 people were included in the meta-analysis.Jadad scores were used to assess the quality of the studies-And, the results.Drinking green tea significantly reduced the fasting glucose and hemoglobin A1c (A1c) concentrations by -0.09 mmol/L and -0.30%, respectively.Blood levels of A1c are used to measure average blood sugar levels over prolonged periods.The best studies, based...

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More Than One-Third of Populations Worldwide May Have Low Levels of Vitamin D



, Study Shows Sep. 4, 2013 -- A new systematic review published in the British Journal of Nutrition, is one of the first to focus on patterns of vitamin D status worldwide and in key population subgroups, using continuous values for 25(OH)D to improve comparisons.     Principal investigator, Dr. Kristina Hoffmann of the Mannheim Institute of Public Health (MIPH), Medical Faculty Mannheim, Heidelberg University stated, "The strength of our study is that we used...

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