Mediterranean diet found to ameliorate symptoms of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

Mediterranean diet found to ameliorate symptoms of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

In this study, Greek researchers investigated the effects of the Mediterranean diet (MedDiet) on the clinical, biochemical and inflammatory profile of patients with simple liver steatosis.To examine the potential associations between STAT3 rs2293152 genotype, diet composition and patient profile, the researchers conducted an open-label, 24-week prospective intervention study.

Study: PFAS exposure may cause early menopause in women

Study: PFAS exposure may cause early menopause in women

Exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) might cause menopause to occur two years earlier, according to a new study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

Avoiding Sun Exposure Is As Dangerous As Smoking

Avoiding Sun Exposure Is As Dangerous As Smoking

The researchers acknowledge that longer life expectancy for sunbathers seems paradoxical to the common thinking that sun exposure increases risk for skin cancer.“We do know that melanomas are rare among women with darker skin, and sun benefits goes up in those populations when weighing sun exposure’s risk against benefits”, Dr Lindqvist said.

Even if you’re slim, cutting down on calories can improve overall health

Even if you’re slim, cutting down on calories can improve overall health

Findings from the study, which was published in the journal The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology , revealed that cutting up to 300 calories a day can help improve your blood glucose levels and lower your risk of Type 2 diabetes.

BREAKING: Researchers claim 100 percent cure rate vs. covid-19 in 100+ patient trial conducted in Ecuador, using intravenous chlorine dioxide

BREAKING: Researchers claim 100 percent cure rate vs. covid-19 in 100+ patient trial conducted in Ecuador, using intravenous chlorine dioxide

The techno-fascist tech giants like Facebook, Google, Vimeo, YouTube and Twitter are all-in with Big Pharma, going out of their way to censor and destroy all information that criticizes vaccines or offers wisdom about natural treatments or integrative medicine interventions.

Children with autistic traits more likely to develop an eating disorder, suggests study

Children with autistic traits more likely to develop an eating disorder, suggests study

Dr Francesca Solmi, of UCL psychiatry department and lead author on the study, said: "We have found that young children with autistic traits at age seven are more likely than their peers to end up developing eating disorder symptoms in adolescence.

More berries, apples and tea may have protective benefits against Alzheimer’s

More berries, apples and tea may have protective benefits against Alzheimer’s

Older adults who consumed small amounts of flavonoid-rich foods, such as berries, apples and tea, were 2 to 4 times more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias over 20 years compared with people whose intake was higher, according to a new study led by scientists at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (USDA HNRCA) at Tufts University.

Study reveals marathoners and elite athletes have high levels of gut bacterium that improve exercise endurance

Study reveals marathoners and elite athletes have high levels of gut bacterium that improve exercise endurance

Study reveals marathoners and elite athletes have high levels of gut bacterium that improve exercise endurance.atypica to metabolize lactate and stave off muscle burn while providing an energy boost raises the question of whether or not it can be used as a probiotic supplement for athletes.

Coronavirus: Cats highly susceptible to infection, study finds

Coronavirus: Cats highly susceptible to infection, study finds

Coronavirus can be transmitted between cats , a study has confirmed, days after reports that a pet in Belgium had been infected with the disease.Virologists and infectious disease experts told The Guardian the findings did not show that cats could spread Covid-19 to humans.

Chamomile tea can help give you better sleep and glowing skin at the same time

Chamomile tea can help give you better sleep and glowing skin at the same time

A 2015 study published in the European Journal of Public Health showed that drinking chamomile tea may help prevent thyroid cancer.(: Chamomile tea is not just for promoting sleep; it has other health benefits as well.).

A healthy lifestyle, plus ginger, can benefit those with liver disease

A healthy lifestyle, plus ginger, can benefit those with liver disease

According to the researchers, the participants who took the ginger supplements experienced significant improvements not just in their liver health, but also in their insulin sensitivity.The researchers concluded that supplementing with ginger likely increased the effectiveness of lifestyle interventions, such as physical activity and diet modifications, in the participants.

Where you carry weight could be more important than how much you weigh: Being “pear-shaped” is linked to LOWER heart disease risk, reveals study

Where you carry weight could be more important than how much you weigh: Being “pear-shaped” is linked to LOWER heart disease risk, reveals study

Where you carry weight could be more important than how much you weigh: Being “pear-shaped” is linked to LOWER heart disease risk, reveals study.However, according to a recent study, the location of fat on your body is a more accurate predictor of cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk than your actual weight.

Sunscreen chemicals enter bloodstream after a single application

Sunscreen chemicals enter bloodstream after a single application

That study, looked at four popular chemical sunscreens – avobenzone, oxybenzone, octocrylene, and ecamsule – were absorbed from the skin into the bloodstream after a single day of use.

Study: Coffee does stimulate bowel movements, but not because of caffeine

Study: Coffee does stimulate bowel movements, but not because of caffeine

Drink a cup of coffee or eat more fruits and veggies to promote healthy bowel movements, but don’t overdo it as that could cause conditions like constipation or diarrhea.

Breakthrough discovery in plants' DNA may lead to slowing aging process in humans

Breakthrough discovery in plants' DNA may lead to slowing aging process in humans

(CNN)Science has identified in the plant kingdom the "missing link" of cellular immortality between human and single-celled animals, according to a new study led by scientists from Arizona State University and Texas A&M University.

Childhood traumas can stay with you for life – by messing with your hormone levels, says study

Childhood traumas can stay with you for life – by messing with your hormone levels, says study

The results showed that people who had high stress during childhood and in adulthood, particularly at age 37, had a flatter cortisol pattern.Fortunately, it does not necessarily mean that all people who had experienced childhood traumas will show this cortisol pattern in their adult life.

Reduce inflammation in the gut with the “fasting-mimicking” diet

Reduce inflammation in the gut with the “fasting-mimicking” diet

Patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and other inflammation-related conditions may consider taking up a low-calorie eating pattern.Researchers report that such a fasting-mimicking diet may help prevent inflammation and improve gut health.USC researcher Valter Longo reported that the fasting-mimicking diet successfully reduced inflammation.

Study: Personalized treatment with omega-3s might help children with ADHD

Study: Personalized treatment with omega-3s might help children with ADHD

The findings: Participants who received EPA supplementation showed greater improvement in focused attention than those in the placebo group.

Avoid these 5 foods that lower testosterone levels

Avoid these 5 foods that lower testosterone levels

The following positive lifestyle changes may help naturally boost your testosterone levels: Exercising regularly Following a balanced diet that includes fresh, healthy foods Maintaining a healthy weight Sleeping well every night Keep your hormones balanced by avoiding foods that lower testosterone like soy and certain types of fat and live a healthy lifestyle to maintain your overall health.

Your itchy skin may indicate a kidney condition; research finds a connection

Your itchy skin may indicate a kidney condition; research finds a connection

The research team said that their findings offer a uniquely international look at how important it is to ask our patients with chronic kidney disease if and how they are affected by pruritus.

Plant-based diets can reduce risk of heart failure by up to 41%

Plant-based diets can reduce risk of heart failure by up to 41%

In a recent study, they concluded that a plant-based diet could reduce the risk of heart failure in adults with no known heart disease.Multivariable analysis revealed that participants who stuck to a plant-based diet had lowered the risk of heart failure-related hospitalizations by 41 percent.

Scientists create spray-on bandages that could save lives in remote areas

Scientists create spray-on bandages that could save lives in remote areas

Spray-on bandages could help protect wounds and deliver life-saving drugs in far-flung places where immediate medical care is not available, according to a new study.But now scientists have developed an electrospinning device with a smaller electric field that could safely deposit bandages onto skin, the study states.

Japan's high life expectancy linked to diet, study finds

Japan's high life expectancy linked to diet, study finds

The population of the island nation, which has one of the lowest mortality rates in the world, eat diets high in certain carbohydrates, vegetables, fruits as well as fish and meat.Researchers found that participants who closely followed the food guide had a 15 per cent lower mortality rate.

Chronic Rhinosinusitis May Soon be Treatable with Medication

Chronic Rhinosinusitis May Soon be Treatable with Medication

CRS is a condition hard to treat with medication.The researchers observed sixty individuals with CRS and nasal polyps.Upon the completion of the study the researchers found 50% of the individuals had a reduction in symptoms.

Plant-based diets might reduce men’s risk of prostate cancer

Plant-based diets might reduce men’s risk of prostate cancer

The study: Researchers looked for studies published between 2006 and February 2017 that included terms such as prostate cancer, dairy products, milk, vegan and plant-based diet.Researchers reviewed 12 studies, including a large population study, to look at the effect of eating meat and fish on the risk of prostate cancer.

Natural remedies for the Big C: Can these medicinal herbs from Mauritius help prevent cancer?

Natural remedies for the Big C: Can these medicinal herbs from Mauritius help prevent cancer?

Natural remedies for the Big C: Can these medicinal herbs from Mauritius help prevent cancer?The team, which included researchers from Mauritius, the United Kingdom, and Russia, looked into the curative potential of medicinal plants native to the region.

Kidney issues? Drink more water

Kidney issues? Drink more water

In this study, a team of researchers from The Westmead Institute for Medical Research in Australia looked at whether increasing water intake can slow the progression of polycystic kidney disease.

Not as sweet but still good for you: Study reveals tea drinkers don’t miss sugar after quitting

Not as sweet but still good for you: Study reveals tea drinkers don’t miss sugar after quitting

Researchers from University College London and the University of Leeds recommend tea drinkers to skip the sugar next time: It will not affect their enjoyment of the drink and will help lower the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes.

Eating home-cooked meals might mean fewer harmful PFAS in your body

Eating home-cooked meals might mean fewer harmful PFAS in your body

But there’s another reason to avoid eating out all the time: Preparing meals at home can reduce your exposure to harmful PFAS chemicals that are commonly found in take-out and fast food packaging, according to a new study by researchers at Silent Spring Institute.

Human gut microbes could make processed foods healthier

Human gut microbes could make processed foods healthier

Human gut microbes might break down a potentially harmful chemical found in processed foods, according to new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.Scientists at the university have identified a specific human gut bacterial strain that breaks down the chemical fructoselysine and turns it into harmless byproducts.