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Drink wine to protect against UV-induced sunburns?

By David Liu, Ph.D. This is ridiculous! A new study suggests a grape extract may protect against skin damage induced by ultraviolet rays. Media outlets hyped that

Grape extract may protect against skin damage by UV radiation

Some phytochemicals in grapes may be used in cosmetics to protect against skin cell damages induced by solar radiation or UV rays, a new study ...
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The Silent Inflammation That Afflicts 3 Out of 4 Americans

Posted By Dr. Mercola | July 12 2011 By Dr. Mercola Scientists long ago discovered that a class of naturally occurring pigments called carotenoids held powerful antioxidant properties ...
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Soluble fiber fights belly fat (PR)

Contact: Marguerite [email protected] Forest Baptist Medical Center  Soluble fiber strikes a blow to belly fat WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – June 27, 2011-- All fat is not created ...
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Help Make Your Body 62% Stronger - Flood it With This Inexpensive Nutrient

Posted By Dr. Mercola | June 15 2011 By Dr. Mercola What if you could increase your strength and stamina, decrease your post-exertion recovery time and decrease soreness after physical ...
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Study proves drinking red wine helps prevent heart disease

By David Liu, Ph.D. and editing by Elizabeth Hutchinson Sunday June 12, 2011 (foodconsumer.org) – It is well known that French men and women are less ...
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Green tea helps immunity

By David Liu, Ph.D. and editing by Elizabeth Hutchinson Friday June 3, 2011 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study led by researchers at Oregon State University suggests ...
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Green Tea and Medicinal Mushrooms for Health

By Dr. Isaac Eliaz It is common knowledge that healthy foods such as fruits and vegetables contain certain nutrients that promote good health -- namely antioxidants, ...
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Antioxidant may prevent alcohol-induced liver disease (PR)

Contact: Bob Shepard [email protected] 205-934-8934 University of Alabama at Birmingham  Antioxidant may prevent alcohol-induced liver disease BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – An antioxidant may prevent damage to the liver caused by excessive ...
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Soy food doesn't affect breast cancer survival

Soy food is high in isoflavones which are phytoestrogens and some researchers are concerned that consuming soy food would increase risk of cancer recurrence and ...
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