Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food. ...Hippocrates
A recent promising approach for lowering cholesterol is probiotics, living microbial supplements that beneficially affect the host person by improving their gut microbial balance. The most common probiotic bacteria are lactobacilli and bifidobacteria. Probiotic bacteria are generally consumed in the form of fermented dairy products such as yoghurt.
This article reviews the roles of Chinese medicinal herbs as well as their ingredients in the inflammatory cascade induced by cerebral ischemia.
Researchers report that vitamin D deficiency is associated with higher risk of insulin resistance, type 2 (II) diabetes.
A systematic review of human studies on the effect of vitamin C supplement intake on serum uric acid level, which increases risk of gout, found that vitamin C supplementation was associated with serum uric acid level reduction in 8 out of 13 studies.