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Does olive oil reduce the risk of breast cancer?

For Immediate Release: May 31, 2016AICR Health Talkby Karen Collins, MS, RDN, CDN, FAND Q: Does olive oil reduce the risk of breast cancer? A: Research regarding olive

Anthocyanin helps prevent prostate cancer

Saturday May 28, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- A study led by researchers at University of Catania in Catania, Italy suggests that eating a diet full of ...
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Iron may affect gestational diabetes mellitus risk

Saturday May 28, 2016 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study led by researchers at Boston University suggests that high preconceptional intake of heme iron, which can ...
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Earing highly antioxidative diet cuts pancreatic cancer risk

A new case-control study in the Journal of Cancer suggests that eating a diet with high total antioxidant capacity can cut the risk of pancreatic ...
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Free radical scavengers reduce radiation-induced DNA damage

Exposure to ionizing radiation like medical x-ray can cause genomic instability and induce cancer because the radiation generates free radicals or reactive oxygen species which ...
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Trehalose good for artery function

Trehalose also known as mycose, which is a non-reducing disaccharide with each molecule made of two alpha-glucose molecules may be used as a supplement to ...
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Red yeast rice supplement acts like statins

According to a new study released in the journal Nutrition, taking a nutrition supplement made of a number of cholesterol lowering ingredients including red  yeast ...
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Chlorella helps people using high cholesterol diet

If you follow a high cholesterol diet or eat too many eggs a day, your serum cholesterol can be high.   But taking Chlorella, a type ...
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L-citrilline supplements help erectile dysfunction

Taking L-cittrilline supplements can improve erection hardness in men with mild erectile dysfunction, according to a study conducted by researchers at University of Foggia in ...
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L-carnitine, L-arginine and niacin help erectile dysfunction

In a study released in 2012, a nutritional supplement made of propionyl-L-carnitine, L-arginine and niacin was tested for its potential effects on erectile dysfunction.  The ...
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