Did You Know That Garlic Can Significantly Lower The Risk of Stomach Tumors?

Did You Know That Garlic Can Significantly Lower The Risk of Stomach Tumors?

A recent article on cancer.gov said: Several population studies show an association between increased intake of garlic and reduced risk of certain cancers, including cancers of the stomach, colon, esophagus, pancreas, and breast. An analysis of data from seven population studies showed that the higher the amount of raw and cooked garlic consumed, the lower the risk of stomach and colorectal cancer.

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Did You Know That Many Disorders of the Mind are Influenced by the Gut Microbiome?

Did You Know That Many Disorders of the Mind are Influenced by the Gut Microbiome?

A recent article on Mindbodygreen.com said: Chronic stress sends us into fight-or-flight mode, in which the hormones cortisol and adrenaline flood our body. Heart rate, breath, and blood pressure increase and we get a surge of glucose into the bloodstream to use for energy. Blood flow moves to our extremities (our arms and legs) so that we can flee danger. It flows away from the digestive system, which is not considered necessary for immediate survival and actually takes a lot of energy to run.

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Did You Know That Mindfulness Meditation Can Reduce Inflammation

Did You Know That Mindfulness Meditation Can Reduce Inflammation

A recent article on Sciencealert.com said: Mindfulness meditation has been linked both to a whole lot of health benefits over the years, from altering cancer survivors’ cells to improving heart health. And while it sounds pretty new-age, research has shown that meditation really can change the shape, volume, and connectivity of our brains.

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Did You Know That Yogurt Can Prevent High Blood Pressure?

Did You Know That Yogurt Can Prevent High Blood Pressure?

A recent article on DailyMail.co.uk said: Women who eat five or more servings of yogurt a week are less likely to develop high blood pressure. The study – the largest of its kind, involving data from hundreds of thousands of people, found that the risk of high blood pressure was reduced by a fifth.

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