Results for GREEN TEA

5 Common Kitchen Foods to Reduce Inflammation Naturally

Our kitchens may hold the keys to combatting inflammation in a safe, natural, and effective way.

It has been established that inflammation is an underlying contributing factor in multiple diseases that afflict Western society. Unfortunately, the Standard American Diet, as well as poor lifestyle choices such as inactivity, contribute to the wide-spread presence of inflammation in the population.

A Clinically Validated Eating Strategy to Decelerate Aging

Feel like you’re getting older faster than you’d like? What if you could tap your foot on the biological brakes to buy yourself over half a year more youthfulness in the next year and a half?

From Ancient Brew to Modern Marvel: Green Tea’s 531 Health Benefits

Dive into the leafy depths of green tea's healing powers and discover how this ancient beverage is revolutionizing modern health with its 531 proven benefits.

Green Tea Compound Reduces Pancreatic Cancer Risk

Green Tea Compound Reduces Pancreatic Cancer Risk

Green tea may well be the healthiest drink on the planet.  For many, the tea and its extracts hold great promise as potential treatments for cancer. But scientists had never identified how green tea helps reduce the risk of cancer.

Now researchers from Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center have figured out how green tea works. 

In a study published online by the journal Metabolomics[i] they explain how an active constituent in green tea changes the metabolism of cancer cells. 

Several Herbs Found to be as Effective as Prescription Mouthwash

Several Herbs Found to be as Effective as Prescription Mouthwash

Why wash your mouth with chemicals, when natural, time-tested herbal remedies have been proven to work at least as well? 

According to the American Academy of Periodontology [1], "one in every two adults age 30 and older is suffering from periodontal disease, commonly referred to as gum disease." That's close to 65 million Americans according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [1]. Gum diseases such as gingivitis and periodontitis can be prevented with proper daily oral hygiene.

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