Ayurveda has been criticized by some as having too little clinical research. Yet this rich ancient science of healing has been proven out with numerous studies and a history of clinical success.
Journal of Plant Medicines | Current Issue: Vol. 6. No. 4
Turmeric helps prevent cancer, and blocks the growth of cancers that are developing. This is the conclusion of hundreds of studies.
Neurotransmitters orchestrate our moods and nerve processes. They can also produce nervous conditions. But we can seriously change our neurotransmitter levels with our diet.
New research finds that a verbena plant called Pepper-rosmarin inhibits oral bacteria that produce cavities and gum disease – and keeps those levels low.
Research from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine has determined that plant-based foods decrease anxiety and depression and boost energy and performance – reversing fatigue. The study also found weight loss and reduced cholesterol.
Clinical research finds black sesame seeds reduce hypertension and contributes antioxidants. Do white sesame seeds have the same properties? Find out.
Pomegranate has come under scrutiny following two clinical trials. However, polyphenol content and dose may be the issue. Other new research shows pomegranate and other polyphenol-rich foods reduce PSA rise.
Research finds that a component of garlic halts the growth of leukemia cells.
Recent research confirms that an essential oil from a spice used for thousands of years for digestive problems can relieve irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Multiple studies confirm that eating mango can reduce inflammation and help deter the development of multiple types of cancer, including skin cancer.
Scientific clinical research has confirmed that red peony root – also called Chi shao in Traditional Chinese Medicine – can provide an effective treatment for jaundice hepatitis.
New research has found that eating more nuts and adhering to the Mediterranean diet can significantly reduce cognitive decline separately or together.
Scientists have confirmed that compounds called flavanols – found in some healthy foods – can significantly help prevent colorectal cancers, and even help block the expansion of existing cancer cells.
Peanuts are nutritional powerhouses. New research finds they can reduce body fat and increase fat oxidation. The new high-oleic hybrid does this even better.