Berberine Helps Relieve Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Berberine is a powerful plant extract with many health benefits. New research shows it helps to relieve digestive problems. IBS affects approximately one ...Read More »
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The Pill May Triple Your Risk Of Developing Crohn’s Disease Researchers have found that women taking the oral contraceptive pill may be tripling their risk of developing Crohn’s disease. The risk ...Read More »
A recent study published in the journal Annuals of Rheumatic Diseases found that 1 in 40 people in the UK now have gout. The rates are very similar in the USA and Australia. Gout is a form of arthritis that occurs when uric acid builds up in excessively high levels in the body. Sodium urate crystals deposit in the joints and can cause severe pain, swelling and redness. The joint in the big toe is most commonly affected, but gout can also occur in the heel, ankle, knee or other parts of the body.Read More »
Magnesium is vital for the function of GABA receptors, which are found across all areas of the brain and nervous system. GABA is a calming neurotransmitter that the brain requires in order to switch off. Insufficient GABA can leave you feeling tense, with racing thoughts and an inability to quieten your brain.Read More »
Several Small Meals Each Day Is Not A Good Recipe For Weight Loss Do you remember when standard dietary advice for weight loss was to eat a small meal every ...Read More »
Top Tips To Cleanse Your Body Our bodies have organs and systems set in place to continuously cleanse us of toxins and harmful chemicals. Whilst these systems are very effective, ...Read More »
Tea Helps Fight Liver Disease A compound in green tea called theanine has been shown to treat liver injury and boost the health of the immune system. This research comes ...Read More »
N-acetyl Cysteine Helps Relieve Endometriosis N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) is a supplement that increases your body’s production of glutathione. Glutathione is a potent antioxidant and your body’s most powerful detoxifier. Research ...Read More »
Autoimmune Disease Is Much More Common In Women Autoimmune disease occurs when your immune system attacks your own body. It affects approximately 7.5 percent of Americans. Approximately three quarters of ...Read More »
Narcolepsy is a neurological sleep disorder. It can make people fall asleep instantly and involuntarily during the day, while they are in the middle of an activity. New research has shown that narcolepsy is an autoimmune disease. People with narcolepsy produce antibodies that destroy the cells in the brain that produce orexin. Orexin is a neurotransmitter that regulates wakefulness and appetite.Read More »
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