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Getting The Right Dosage of Green Tea Catechins 06/09/14

Sometimes in life good things happen by accident. Such is the case with the therapeutic dosage of catechins from decaffeinated green tea. Let me quickly explain. When I first formulated Adeeva Body Burn, which helps burn fat, improves glucose regulation and supports lean mass gains, I combined chromium with hydroxycitric acid (HCA) and an herb called Coleus forskolin. However, a few years ago it was shown that Coleus forskolin may pose a risk in patients taking certain cardiovascular medications. At about the same...

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Middle Age Fitness Reduces Risk of Many Degenerative Health Problems 09/04/12

A study published in August 2012 showed that staying fit during middle age is associated with a decreased risk of developing chronic diseases, such as diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, and heart disease, during the next several years. Here we see another large study showing that physical activity likely represents an important determinant of healthy aging. The researchers merged data from the Cooper Center Longitudinal Study with individuals' Medicare claims when they reached age 65 years or older. The study included...

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Improved Sperm Quality and Motility With Alpha-linolenic Acid Consumption 08/16/12

Approximately 70 million couples experience sub-fertility or infertility worldwide, with 30 to 50 percent of these cases attributable to the male partner. There is growing evidence that the North American diet and lifestyle (Western Diet) is a culprit in the production of poor sperm quality and motility (sperm movement), which is often at the root of male infertility problems. Alpha-linolenic acid is an omega-3 fat that has been shown to significantly improve sperm quality and motility in experimental studies. Alp...

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How High Blood Sugar Shortens Your Life: Know your fasting glucose level. Part One 07/09/12

Introduction There has been much awareness regarding high cholesterol blood levels over the years, in regard to risk of heart attack and stroke. Indeed, you should know your total cholesterol, LDL- cholesterol and HDL-cholesterol scores, and your Total Cholesterol: HDL ratio, as these values are an important part of your cardiovascular disease risk profile. What is often overlooked, however is the fact that your fasting blood sugar level (or gluco...

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Omega-3 Fats Shown to Decrease Risk of Prostate Cancer 06/09/12

A break through study published in Clinical Cancer Research (2009) showed that ingestion of omega-3 fats was associated with a reduced risk of prostate cancer by 63%. In this study omega-3 fats also protected against  prostate cancer in men carrying an inherited genetic defect that is known to otherwise increase prostate cancer risk by 5-fold. To elaborate on that point it is known that men who make a particular form of the cyclooxygenase enzyme (  rs4647310 COX-2) are more in...

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Vitamin Supplements Proven to Help Reverse Atrial Arrhythmia Problems 03/19/12

An important Phase II clinical study  published in 2005 by M. Rath MD, and fellow researchers (JANA) showed that vitamin supplementation was effective in helping to reverse and stabilize paroxysmal atrial arrhythmia in a study involving 131 patients, aged 18-70.  All the patients in the study had atrial arrhythmia problems and were currently taking prescribed medication for their heart condition. However, in a number of cases medication alone does not reverse atrial arrhythmias and thus, doctors ch...

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