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Fatty acid tied to depression and inflammation The imbalance of fatty acids in the typical American diet could be associated with the sharp increase in heart disease and depression seen over the past century, a new study suggests. Specifically, t ...
Apr 17 2007 6:35pm
Food Prep May Be as Important as Ingredients Themselves The methods used to produce or cook food may have as much impact on your health as the actual food, U.S. researchers report. Grilled, fried or broiled animal products such as meats and cheeses contai ...
May 07 2007 12:29pm
Foods that clear up acne Every now and then, I find myself suffering from a post-adolescent breakout. I don't care what the experts say--I've definitely found that what I'm eating affects what my skin looks like, since I tend ...
Aug 05 2007 12:06pm
Nirmala, just avoid the oily and junk food, drink plenty of water, eat lot of fresh fruits ... more
Nov 07 2008 11:20pm
Mediterranean diet wards off allergies: study A Mediterranean-style diet rich in fruits, vegetables and olive oil can help reduce childhood respiratory allergies and asthma, researchers reported on Thursday. Their study of children living on the ...
Apr 05 2007 11:16am
The Med diet can be a significant inflammation influencer, as marked by CRP lev ... more
Sep 22 2009 2:46pm
Flavonoid-rich diets may help reduce heart disease Foods rich in flavonoids -- from apples and pears to dark chocolate and red wine -- may help shield postmenopausal women from coronary heart disease, cardiovascular disease and stroke, a new study sho ...
Apr 05 2007 11:20am
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Jan 06 2011 1:16am
Love Olive Oil We know we need to incorporate a moderate amount of healthy fats into our diet. Nuts, seeds, avocadoes, fish, and certain oils are all great ways to meet these needs. Olive oil is especially benefic ...
Aug 28 2007 10:20am
... ply hard to match. We always hear about how foods that taste great are bad for you-- oliv ... more
Aug 28 2007 7:02pm
Eat Cherries to Ease Your Gout, Arthritis and Inflammation Ripe cherries on the tree in our backyard were a reason to celebrate when I was a child. It meant that school vacation was only about a week away (mid-June). Mom would be baking pies and canning wh ...
Aug 13 2008 2:20pm
Yes, frozen cherries and yogurt are a real treat. That's my husband's favorite. He adds ju ... more
Aug 20 2008 11:58am
Inflammation Heals Joints Most active people have sustained some sort of ligament or tendon injury, and many still suffer from their injuries' chronic pain. Physical therapy and prescribed exercises often don't c ...
Aug 07 2007 3:37pm
get this off this site. shame on you. more
Apr 22 2009 6:56pm
Green Tea Can Treat Skin Inflammation The virtues of green tea can’t be trumpeted enough, but apparently, now it’s being used to treat skin disorders like psoriasis and dandruff. Researchers at the Medical College of Georgia who studied ...
Aug 13 2007 6:54pm
very great . thanks for your information   more
May 19 2009 12:14am
High Sed Rate, High TSH Joint inflammation & pain Hi, I have been on Synthroid for many years and am 43. Over the past few months i have developed shoulder pain, finger joint pain and swelling with nodules. I have been increasingly fatigued, and fe ...
Aug 26 2010 5:10pm