20 Foods To Cut Colon Cancer Risk

food_colon_cancer_greenmedinfoUp to 90% of colon cancer cases can be linked to diet. Let food be your medicine. 

Recently the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a new drug for metastatic colon cancer.

Lonsurf is a combination of two drugs, trifluridine and tipiracil.  Continue reading

Afraid of Alzheimer’s Disease? Eat your Berries

berriesFear of Alzheimer’s disease is rampant. But there is berry good evidence that a particular food significantly decreases the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

Dementia and other neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease have Continue reading

Tangerine Compounds Protect Against Long List of Chronic Diseases

tangerine_health_benefitsAll oranges have amazing health benefits.  Tangerines are a particularly popular orange and a handy treat.  Research shows tangerines may also have potent health effects in a wide range of chronic conditions from obesity to cancer. 

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Is the Paleo Diet Right for You?

paleo2There are many lofty claims being made about the benefits of the Paleo diet, but are they really true? With such a bombardment of dietary advice from so-called experts—much of it based on outdated standards and flimsy science at best—it can be difficult separating fact Continue reading

The Most Critical Nutrient in Your Body

Magnesium makes more than 300 chemical reactions in the body occur, and the importance of which stretches to all corners of the body.

Your body contains about 25 grams of magnesium and more than 60% of that is found in your bones, while nearly 30% is housed within your muscles. Magnesium is one of the few essential nutrients in which we are often deficient — particularly older adults. For this reason, Continue reading

The Importance of Magnesium

The essential element magnesium has important anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. A lack of it is associated with a wide range of medical problems, from heart irregularities to asthma. Unfortunately, because of our poor diets, many of us don’t get enough magnesium.

Magnesium deficiency is very common, especially in those who eat a Western diet high in red meats, fats, and sugars, and low in fresh fruits and vegetables. Also, carbonated sodas deplete the body’s supply of magnesium. Americans, both young and old, gulp down these dangerous sodas at a frantic pace. As many as 75 percent of Americans eat diets deficient in magnesium, and two-thirds of these people are significantly deficient.

Magnesium is critical for the healthy function of blood vessels as well as for every tissue and organ in the body. Consider some of its important functions:

• Produces energy Continue reading