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Herbs and Vitamins

Herbs for Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's patients experience inflammation of the brain, deposits of beta amyloid, traces of heavy metals and signs of oxidative stress. Brahmi, a semi-aquatic plant, acts on all of these. It has an anti-inflammatory effect, is an antioxidant and collates and removes heavy metals and beta amyloid.
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Herbs for Diabetes - Gymnema Sylvestre

Gymnema Sylvestre contains Gurmenic acid which has structure similar to saccharose, (used in the making of certain sweetners). Extracts of Gymnema can curb sweet tooths and diabetic sweet cravings. Read More...

Herbs for Diabetes: Evening Primrose Oil

Gamma-linolenic acid (Evening Primrose Oil) has been shown to improve nerves that have been damaged from diabetes. Its natural sources are evening primrose oil and borage oil. Read More...

Can lack of vitamin D contribute to Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)?

Less sun light during winter months can dampen your mood and affect the vitamin D levels in your body. So one may think there is a link between the "sunshine" vitamin and seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Read More...

Natural Vitamin E for Heart Health

Are you taking the right vitamin E for your heart?
Most people don't know this, but there are eight forms of vitamin E: four tocopherols and four tocotrienols. While they're all antioxidants, the differences between them could easily fill a book. Read More...

Safely Using Vitamins & Supplements to Control Your Diabetes

Diabetics tend to be more educated than the average person, in regards to their daily diet. They are faced with issues of dietsm, and trying to follow the dietary guidelines for Diabetics. More fruits and vegetables, less fats, and more fiber is more important for a diabetic than for others. Read More...

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