Science Confirms Turmeric As Effective As 14 Drugs Turmeric is one the most thoroughly researched plants in existence today. Its medicinal properties and components (primarily curcumin) have been the subject of over 5600 peer-reviewed and published biomedical studies. In fact, our five-year long research project on this sacred plant has revealed over 600 potential preventive and therapeutic applications, as well as 175 distinct beneficial physiological effects. This entire database of 1,585 ncbi-hyperlinked turmeric abstracts can be downloaded as a PDF at our Downloadable Turmeric Document page, and acquired either as a retail item or with 200 GMI-tokens, for those of you who are already are members and receive them automatically each month. Given the sheer density of research performed on this remarkable spice, it is no wonder that a growing number of studies have concluded that it compares favorably to a variety of conventional medications, including: Resources www.greenmedinfo.com Eddie L. is the founder and owner of WorldTruth.TV.
ACIDOSE OU ALCALOSE ? Pour tuer les cellules cancéreuses il faut mettre l'organisme et les humeurs en acidose. Seulement voilà, on nous a toujours dit que pour être en bonne santé il fallait être légèrement en alcalose. Et lorsque l'on nous dit de manger 5 fruits et légumes c'est précisément pour rétablir cet équilibre si fragile acide-base, qui a déjà sérieusement tendance à pencher vers l'acidose. L'alimentation moderne faite de farines raffinées, de sucres raffinés, de viandes et produits laitiers fait pencher la balance vers plus d'acidose chaque jour. Alors aujourd'hui, et depuis longtemps déjà, le dr GERNEZ a prouvé que la mise en acidose provoquait l'apoptose, c'est à dire la mort programmée des cellules cancéreuses. Il est évident que d'autres paramètres sont à prendre en considération, comme la qualité des aliments ou la quantité. Et cet équilibre acide-base est de la plus haute importance car les réactions enzymatiques sont en majorité sensibles à l'acidité du milieu dans lequel elles baignent.
Your Cayenne Pepper Guide Scientists Identify Gene Required for Nerve Regeneration | Genetics A gene that is associated with regeneration of injured nerve cells has been identified by a team of researchers led by Prof Melissa Rolls of Penn State University. In fruit flies with two normal copies of the spastin gene, a team of scientists led by Prof Melissa Rolls of Penn State University found that severed axons were able to regenerate. However, in fruit flies with two or even only one abnormal spastin gene, the severed axons were not able to regenerate (Melissa Rolls / Penn State University) The team has found that a mutation in a single gene can entirely shut down the process by which axons – the parts of the nerve cell that are responsible for sending signals to other cells – regrow themselves after being cut or damaged. “We are hopeful that this discovery will open the door to new research related to spinal-cord and other neurological disorders in humans,” said Prof Rolls, who co-authored a paper published online in the journal Cell Reports.
Consciousness: Eight questions science must answer | Anil Seth | Science Consciousness is at once the most familiar and the most mysterious feature of our existence. A new science of consciousness is now revealing its biological basis. Once considered beyond the reach of science, the neural mechanisms of human consciousness are now being unravelled at a startling pace by neuroscientists and their colleagues. I've always been fascinated by the possibility of understanding consciousness, so it is tremendously exciting to witness – and take part in – this grand challenge for 21st century science. Here are eight key questions that neuroscientists are now addressing: 1. The brain contains about 90 billion neurons, and about a thousand times more connections between them. But consciousness isn't just about having a large number of neurons. Current hot topics include the role of the brain's densely connected frontal lobes, and the importance of information flow between regions rather than their activity per se. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
About Please answer the following questions. The RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance) is the amount of an essential nutrient that will meet the daily requirement for almost all (97.5%) HEALTHY individuals in a given gender and age-range group. The magnesium and calcium RDA for in this age range () is: According to the USDA’s 2001-2 survey, there’s a % chance you are getting less than your daily magnesium requirement from the foods you eat. Press "Continue" to take a short questionaire that will estimate your risk of magnesium deficiency. I drink milk with enriched vitamin D? I take vitamin D suplements? I spend an hour or more in the sunlight? I drink bottled deionized water? I drink sodas with phosphoric acid? I eat pastries, cakes, pies or desserts? I have sugar in my coffee? I eat white bread (including bagels, croissante, muffins, french bread, croutons, crackers, etc.)? I eat pasta, spagehetti or noodles (including Chinese noodles)? My diet is high in saturated fat? I eat very dark chocolate?
Dr. David Derry Answers Reader Questions -- Disappearing Iodine Test Topic: Disappearing Iodine Test A Reader Writes: A friend of mine was just diagnosed with a possible thyroid disorder (her test was in the form of a drop of iodine on her arm and watching how fast it disappeared). Her chiropractor suggested she start off by taking something called Thyroid Helper which can be found at ..... Have you ever heard of this and do you know how effective it might be? David Derry Responds: The "test" of putting iodine on the skin to watch how fast it disappears is not an indicator of anything. However Nyiri and Jannitti's findings that “The percentage of iodine penetration through the skin is the same, irrespective of whether the cells have a high or low vitality, or are dead, and irrespective of the direction of penetration" have important implications for iodine functions in the body, skin, pregnancy and fetus and also for the therapeutic use of topical and oral iodine. "On September 29, 1862, Colonel John B. Dr. Mrs. I hope these concepts help. David References 1.
New wonder drug matches and kills all kinds of cancer — human testing starts 2014 Stanford researchers are on track to begin human trials of a potentially potent new weapon against cancer, and would-be participants are flooding in following the Post’s initial report on the discovery. The progress comes just two months after the groundbreaking study by Dr Irv Weissman, who developed an antibody that breaks down a cancer’s defense mechanisms in the body. A protein called CD47 tells the body not to “eat” the cancer, but the antibody developed by Dr Weissman blocks CD47 and frees up immune cells called macrophages — which can then engulf the deadly cells. The new research shows the miraculous macrophages effectively act as intelligence gatherers for the body, pointing out cancerous cells to cancer-fighting “killer T” cells. The T cells then “learn” to hunt down and attack the cancer, the researchers claim. The clinical implications of the process could be profound in the war on cancer. This turns them into a personalized cancer vaccine.
Male and female brains wired differently, scans reveal | Science Scientists have drawn on nearly 1,000 brain scans to confirm what many had surely concluded long ago: that stark differences exist in the wiring of male and female brains. Maps of neural circuitry showed that on average women's brains were highly connected across the left and right hemispheres, in contrast to men's brains, where the connections were typically stronger between the front and back regions. Ragini Verma, a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, said the greatest surprise was how much the findings supported old stereotypes, with men's brains apparently wired more for perception and co-ordinated actions, and women's for social skills and memory, making them better equipped for multitasking. "If you look at functional studies, the left of the brain is more for logical thinking, the right of the brain is for more intuitive thinking. So if there's a task that involves doing both of those things, it would seem that women are hardwired to do those better," Verma said.
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