This Tea Cuts Non-Alcoholic Liver Disease by 80%

This Tea Cuts Non-Alcoholic Liver Disease by 80%

In the last few years, non-alcoholic liver disease (NAFLD) has become commonplace. And doctors have claimed there is no cure! But scientists from Pen State have just published some promising research in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry about one tea proven to...
To Fight ED, Should You Do This or That?

To Fight ED, Should You Do This or That?

Low testosterone level leads to ED. Being overweight lowers testosterone levels. High blood sugar (type 2 diabetes) also lowers testosterone levels. So, to raise testosterone levels, and combat ED, is it more effective to lose weight or lower blood sugar? A new study...
Is Your Vertigo All In Your Head?

Is Your Vertigo All In Your Head?

One of the worst responses anyone gets from their doctor is being told, “it’s all in your head.” And when it comes to vertigo, especially unexplainable vertigo, this is too often the response. So, a recent study in The Journal of Surgery and Medicine has attempted to...
This Nut Halts Dementia

This Nut Halts Dementia

We know nuts are good for the health. They are packed with nutritional fiber, a plethora of healthy antioxidants, and numerous anti-inflammatory substances. But maybe most importantly, a new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has found this...
This Peel Heals Hemorrhoids

This Peel Heals Hemorrhoids

“Eat more fiber”…this is the advice usually given for hemorrhoids and food – it doesn’t really go beyond that, well up until now anyway. A new study published in the journal Annals of Coloproctology suggests there is another food that’s even more effective in healing...
This Common Vitamin Cuts Stroke Risk By A Fifth

This Common Vitamin Cuts Stroke Risk By A Fifth

Stroke is a complicated neurological disorder that is difficult to diagnose and even trickier to treat and cure completely. Yet, there is a one single, very common vitamin that is known to reduce the risk of developing stroke by a whopping 19%, according to a study...