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How B vitamins can help people with memory loss and other signs of dementia

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(NaturalHealth365) According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 5.5 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease.  Beginning with mild cognitive impairment – including memory loss – this form of dementia has Western medicine baffled. If only they knew more about the power of nutrition – especially how B vitamins can help reduce the risk of ... Read More »

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Common vitamins prevent breast cancer recurrence

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(NaturalHealth365) While researchers won’t yet admit that taking multivitamin supplements prevent cancer, one study has found that they can help to prevent breast cancer recurrence. However, adhering to a healthy, active lifestyle is foundational to vitamins and supplements making a difference – including the maintenance of an optimal vitamin D blood level. The Journal of Breast Cancer Research and Treatment ... Read More »

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Protect telomeres and decelerate aging with 4 common vitamins

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(NaturalHealth365) Telomeres, repeating sequences of DNA located at the ends of chromosomes, play a key role in survival and aging. Preserving the length of telomeres has been shown to extend cell lifespan, and many researchers now believe that protecting telomere length holds the key to slowing down the aging process – and sustaining the beneficial qualities of a youthful life. ... Read More »

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Great health news: ‘Superbugs’ get destroyed with powerful vitamins

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(NaturalHealth365) The advent of superbugs – bacteria that have mutated to become resistant to modern drugs – could create an “antibiotic apocalypse” in which a minor cut becomes life-threatening and patients risk dying from infections after routine surgery. The World Health Organization calls superbugs an increasingly serious threat to global public health, while a report commissioned by the United Kingdom ... Read More »

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How B vitamins improve cognitive function and prevent cardiovascular disease

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(NaturalHealth365) Two of the most devastating conditions known to increase with the aging process are cardiovascular disease and loss of cognitive function. But scientists believe the many vitamins making up the vitamin B complex can help to prevent these afflictions. Research has shown that folic acid, vitamin B12 and B6, for example, are particularly useful in maintaining cognitive function and ... Read More »

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Cognitive functions improve with vitamins and minerals

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(NaturalHealth365) Alzheimer’s disease patients (and their families) know this is true – cognitive functions don’t improve by taking pharmaceutical medications. In reality, prescription drugs have failed to prevent or halt the progression of this dreaded condition. Billions of dollars have been spent on ineffective drug therapies, while the real answer is in your local farmers market or health food store. ... Read More »

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One of the most controversial vitamins in America

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(NaturalHealth365) Did you know that Vitamin B15, also known as Pangamic Acid – is embroiled in controversy? Over 30 years ago, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) took this supplement off the market and banned its inclusion in the B-complex group – claiming it’s “unsafe for food and drug use”. Yet, as you may have already guessed, there’s much more ... Read More »

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Fixing gut health problems safely and effectively

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(Naturalhealth365) According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), roughly three million Americans currently suffer from irritable bowel disease, or IBD. Unfortunately, many of these people are not told that gut health problems can compromise immune function and set the stage for life-threatening conditions like, cancer and autoimmune disease. Shocking, but true: IBD-related health problems like Crohn’s ... Read More »

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Cannabinoids show potent antibacterial activity against six different strains of MRSA

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(NaturalHealth365) Over the past five years, the infection rates for MRSA, or methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, have doubled. Yet, we know that cannabinoids can help address this serious health threat. In fact, the scientific proof is stunning! (a perfectly safe solution is available – now) According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), MRSA affects 94,000 Americans each year, ... Read More »

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DTP vaccine INCREASES the death rate by 5 to 10 times compared to unvaccinated children, study reveals

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(NaturalHealth365) New research is showing significant findings regarding the health risks associated with vaccines. A paper written by Dr. Peter Aaby and colleagues from the Statens Serum Institute (SSI) in Denmark indicates that receiving the DTP vaccine – early in life – dramatically increases infant mortality rates. The study compares mortality associated with the whole cell pertussis DTP vaccine at ... Read More »

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Bladder cancer and kidney disease risk directly linked to a lack of exercise, according to new research

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(NaturalHealth365) According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), smoking is currently the most important risk factor for bladder cancer, while obesity is considered one of the primary risk factors for kidney cancer. Together, the pair of diseases strikes 128,000 Americans annually — while claiming 30,000 lives. But, another surprising factor may outweigh the others when it ... Read More »

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Why the European Union is light-years ahead of the U.S. on regulating toxic chemicals

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(NaturalHealth365) Why are other countries, especially in the European Union, so forward-thinking when it comes to regulating chemical toxins in food, personal care products and other consumables while the U.S. is so behind the times? As it turns out, there are concrete answers to this question that reside deep within the policies of each region. Knowing about them can make ... Read More »

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