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Elephants Hold The Secret To Lower Cancer Rates

Elephants Hold The Secret To Lower Cancer Rates

Even though elephants have much larger bodies than humans, elephants hold the secret to lower cancer rates. I have previously reported that elephants have 20 genes of the p53 gene that suppresses cancer compared to humans who only have one copy per cell. Elephants have a cancer rate o
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CoQ10 Supplementation Improves Metabolism

CoQ10 Supplementation Improves Metabolism

A randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled trial from Iran showed that CoQ10 supplementation improves metabolism. This is a recent publication  from April of 2017.  60 women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) were divided into two groups. One group received 100 mg of CoQ10 as a
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Chronic Inflammation Is Making Cancer Worse

Chronic Inflammation Is Making Cancer Worse

Many of you know that chronic inflammation can cause heart attacks, but now we are learning that chronic inflammation is making cancer worse. Mitochondria are the cell particles that provide energy to our cells. New research shows that when inflammation is chronic, mitochondria produc
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Cancer Patients Need Vitamin C

Cancer Patients Need Vitamin C

It is known for a long time that cancer patients need vitamin C. Vitamin C has been around for some time. Many degenerative diseases including cancer come from oxidation. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant. But it is important to see this in context. Linus Pauling claimed that vitami
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Green Tea Extract Kills Oral Cancer Cells

Green Tea Extract Kills Oral Cancer Cells

One of the major polyphenols of green tea extract kills oral cancer cells; it is called epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG). Interestingly green tea catechin (EGCG) does not harm normal cells. Researchers from the Department of Food Science, The Pennsylvania State University, University
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Weak Handgrip Predicts Mortality

Weak Handgrip Predicts Mortality

A research team led by Dr. Darryl Leong from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont., Canada, studied 139,691 people 35 to 70 years old for four years. They were from 17 various countries representing very different economic and cultural backgrounds. The findings were straightforward. W
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