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Turmeric – from the kitchen to the clinic

Turmeric contains potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds which may account for its many medicinal benefits
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Vitamins

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Probiotics reduce inflammation, pain in rheumatoid arthritis

Supplementing with Lactobacillus casei 01 has been shown to help improve tender and swollen joints in RA sufferers


15 April, 2014
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Supplementing with iron makes your workout more effective

Iron deficiency can lead to a spiral of fatigue that leaves women feeling unable to get the exercise they need to stay healthy


14 April, 2014
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Can vitamin A stop cancer before it starts?

Tiny amounts of the vitamin A derivative, retionoic acid, may be able to stop pre-cancerous cells from developing into full-blown cancer


3 April, 2014
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Food supplements remain popular across the EU

The popularity of plant and food-based supplements is on the rise in Europe, according to new data, but individual countries have their own preferences


26 March, 2014
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Papaya – your best source for carotenoids?

This delicious tropical fruit is higher in available beta-carotene, a precursor to vitamin A, than carrots or tomatoes


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Vitamin D improves breast cancer survival rate

New data suggests there is there is no compelling reason not to incorporate vitamin D supplements into standard care regimens for breast cancer


25 March, 2014
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Boosting omega-3s could help kids sleep

Oxford researchers say there’s a link between low blood levels of omega-3 DHA and sleep disruption in children


13 March, 2014
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Multivitamin supplement use protects against cataracts

Long-term daily multivitamin supplement use may lower cataract risk in men, according to a new study


24 February, 2014
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Ensuring adequate vitamin C could ward off deadly stroke

Eating foods that contain vitamin C may reduce your risk of the most common type of haemorrhagic stroke


20 February, 2014
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Supplements just part of a healthy approach to life for most users

People who take supplements are more likely to have a long-term, multifaceted commitment to health than those who don’t


13 February, 2014
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