And here’s another study that refutes the claim that vitamin C supplementation doesn’t affect your health. Researchers at Sweden’s Karolinska Institute found the results of a meta-analysis of studies found improved survival among women with breast cancer who had a higher intake of vitamin C from supplements or food sources. The findings were reported online on March 7, 2014 in the European Journal of Cancer.
This study’s goal was to systematically review and quantitatively synthesize evidence on the location and nature of brain structural changes linked to vitamin D depletion or repletion.
Are you worried about getting Alzheimer’s or have a family member or sick loved one who has it? Did you know that lifestyle factors greatly affect the progression of cognitive decline, with high-risk behaviors including unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, smoking, and exposure to environmental toxins leading to enhanced oxidative stress and inflammation?
If you are under 65 years of age, according to researchers, of a recent study, the findings indicate that a diet rich in meat, eggs, milk and cheese could be as harmful to health as smoking, according to a controversial study into the impact of protein consumption on longevity.
“You’ll see the most perfect person and you are like, God, she’s, like, perfect,” she told Harpers Bazaar about her famous clients in 2011. “And then she’ll tell you everything that’s not perfect. Everyone has their own special set of problems – in their own minds.” So true. I read that statement in an article about the recent tragic suicide of designer L’Wren Scott. That was her statement.