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Lutein, zeaxanthin benefit not only eyes, but also brains

E.J. Johnson at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. reports in Nutrition Review that lutein and zeaxanthin are important not only for eye vision but

Caffeine supplements may help weight loss

A study suggests that taking caffeine supplements may promote weight loss in people who exercise. In the study, 14 recreationally active subjects with a mean body ...
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Want live longer? Take beta-hydroxybutyrate!

Sunday Aug 17, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- Calorie restriction is known to extend your lifespan.  But for most people, it is hard to follow a calorie ...
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Pequi oil treatment reduces toxicity of cancer chemotherapy

Sunday Aug 17, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- Nutritional therapy based on antioxidants is highly desired to attenuate the toxicity of chemotherapy indicated to treat breast cancer. ...
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What to eat to keep the skin healthy?

It has been reported early on foodconsumer.org that green tea and vitamin C can prevent the skin from being damaged by UVB rays.  A report ...
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Testosterone new weapon to fight obesity ***

Friday Aug 15, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- A. M. Traish at Boston University School of Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts, USA released a report in Current Opinion ...
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Green tea extract prevents wrinkle formation

Friday Aug 15, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- Sunlight or ultraviolet B (UVS) irradiation induces production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in the skin, which in turn ...
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Fucoxanthin prevents cervical cancer?

Chinese researchers suggest fucoxanthin a soluble fiber may be the next weapon to fight cervical cancer.  They used MTT assay and western blot to screen ...
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Natural supplements for type 2 diabetes mellitus

Although many supplements may be used to low blood glucose, a review suggests that the most likely effective natural remedies for lowering blood sugar are ...
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Ginseng reduces oxidative damage induced by cell phone radiation

Cell phone radiation at 900 MHz affects the expression of Nrf2 protein, induce oxidative injury leading to abnormal morphology of liver cells, according to a ...
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