Eating garlic can reduce risk of certain cancers, study finds

Garlic has been highly regarded as a health-boosting ingredient for a very long time, used to treat human disease for thousands of years.

However, the way that garlic benefits the body has perplexed researchers for eons.

In a recent study published by scientists from the University of Nottingham, researchers concluded that garlic can in fact reduce the risk of developing certain kinds of cancers, cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. . . (read more)


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What Are The Best Foods To Reduce Arthritis Symptoms?

Here’s an interesting article from The Independent reinforcing the fact that what we eat can affect how our bodies work.  Well worth a read if your suffer from joint pain.


Osteoarthritis is the most common of the more than 200 forms of arthritis, affecting over 20 per cent of the population. Unfortunately, there are currently no effective treatments or approved drugs for this disabling condition, which causes the joints to become painful and stiff. Some new drugs are in the pipeline, but it will be years before they are tested in clinical trials and approved by regulators. . . (read more)

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High blood pressure: Snack on PISTACHIOS to SLASH your BP reading

HIGH blood pressure symptoms may not be obvious for people with the condition, as they tend to only occur in extreme cases. High blood pressure causes include being overweight, inactive or having too much salt in your diet. You should eat PISTACHIOS to slash your reading. . . (read more)


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Doctor reveals only vegetable you need to boost your health

According to a doctor in the UK, you only need to be eating one type to boost your health.

Dr Rangan Chatterjee, the author of “The Four Pillar Plan” and a correspondent on the BBC program, Doctor in the House, there is only one vegetable people really need to eat — broccoli. . . . (read more)


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Cancer Warning Over Processed Foods

Eating too many highly-processed foods could significantly increase the risk of cancer, a major study suggests.

The research on more than 100,000 adults found that every 10% in consumption of ready meals, sugary cereals and salty snacks is linked to a 12% rise in cancer risks.

Such foods now make up more than half the British diet, on average, separate data shows – the highest proportion across European nations. . . (read more)

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