An extract from an ancient herbal medicine may help treat alcoholism. Scientific research validates the potential.
Research from New York’s Rockefeller University has determined that DHA sourced from microalgae lowers serum triglycerides and Low-density lipoprotein (LDL)
Continued evidence shows that cranberries can treat and prevent recurrent urinary tract infections – as good or better than antibiotic treatments.
Hospital nutritional researchers have discovered that micronutrient supplementation significantly increases immunity and decreases infections among people with type-2 diabetes. The
Medical research has found that the seeds of Nigella sativa improve glycemic control among diabetics. The study gave 94 human diabetics either one gram, two grams or three grams per day of Nigella sativa in capsules for three months.
Resent research finds that garlic applied topically can curb candida infections.