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Broccoli Can Stimulate Brain Regeneration, New Research Suggests

For decades it was believed that brain regeneration was not possible. But an accumulating body of research now reveals that common foods such as broccoli contain compounds capable of stimulating the repair and renewal of neural tissue.

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Detoxify & Regenerate your Liver with Artichoke

You rely on your liver for over 400 essential functions. This vital organ is working hard every day to filter out toxins and waste from your body as well as carrying hundreds of other purposes such as filtering your blood, producing the bile needed to digest and absorb fats and vitamins, breaking down hormones, and storing essential vitamins and minerals. There are several useful plants like artichoke that may help with your sluggish liver.

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  The Landmark Johns Hopkins Sulforaphane Cancer Study Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You About  

The Landmark Johns Hopkins Sulforaphane Cancer Study Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You About
Truth be told, conventional medicine has made some strides (let’s call them baby steps) over the last 40 years when it comes to disease prevention. Mainstream medicine does continue to tout the “slash-and-burn” method as the be-all and end-all for treating cancer after the fact. Yet the concept of taking proactive steps to reduce the risk of cancer (like exercising and eating “healthier”) is now fairly commonplace.

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  14 Foods That Cleanse the Liver  

14 Foods That Cleanse the Liver

When we overeat or eat processed or fried foods, and anytime we are exposed to environmental pollutants or stress, the liver becomes overworked and overloaded. When the liver is taxed, it can’t process toxins and fat in an efficient way.

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  Learn to recognise and prevent early warning signs of high blood sugar and diabetes  

Learn to recognise and prevent early warning signs of high blood sugar and diabetes

With obesity on the rise in America, the incidence of diabetes has also climbed dramatically, and this is especially true, unfortunately, among our youth.

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  New study shows cancer-fighting properties of horseradish  

New study shows cancer-fighting properties of horseradish

A recent study has revealed the cancer-fighting properties of horseradish, making it the latest "superfood" to be added to the list of natural cancer treatments discovered in recent years. A research team at the University of Illinois was the first to document the activation of cancer-fighting enzymes called glucosinolates, which are found in horseradish and other cruciferous vegetables.

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  Promising Research Offers New Hope in Understanding and Treating Autism  

Promising Research Offers New Hope in Understanding and Treating Autism

“A new government survey of parents suggests that 1 in 45 children, ages 3 through 17, have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This is notably higher than the official government estimate of 1 in 68 American children with autism, by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).” ~ Autism Speaks

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  Protect your health at the roots, literally, with these five healthy medicinal roots  

Protect your health at the roots, literally, with these five healthy medicinal roots

The roots of a plant do more than just anchor it in the soil. Roots are like foragers, blazing trails into the unknown soil. As they reach out in search of food and water, roots form tiny hairs that help draw in the moisture and minerals that the whole plant needs. The water and mineral salts are then carried into the rhizome, the trunk, the branches, the flowers and the leaves, providing life and vitality to every part.

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  9 Foods To Cut Your Risk Of A Deadly Stroke  

9 Foods To Cut Your Risk Of A Deadly Stroke

Five million people die from stroke every year. Those deaths can be cruel and lingering. These 9 foods can help keep you safe.

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9 Other Reasons to Eat More Fibre

Even your great-grandmother knew fibre was the secret to keeping you “regular.” But fibre has many other surprisingly powerful health benefits. Here are nine other excellent reasons to bulk up on fibre.

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The Healthiest Broccoli Smoothie That Fights Against Cancer and Regulates Blood Pressure

Broccoli is a dark green leafy vegetable which is loaded with lots of essential minerals and vitamins and packed with tremendous health benefits. It’s a powerhouse of iron, calcium, protein, vitamin A and vitamin C. It also contains rich antioxidants that fight against many infections and illnesses, including cancers.

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Five Surprising Health Benefits of Cauliflower

It's a well-known fact that the more colourful a vegetable is, the more healthy it's likely to be. After all, colour indicates the presence of carotenoids, which are the antioxidants that give most vegetables their greatest benefits. Consequently, many of us assume that bland-looking vegetables, such as regular white cauliflower, are lacking in the health department.

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The Remarkable Heart-Friendly Properties of Avocados

There are still folks out there who believe that the 'high fat' content of avocados make them a liability for heart health. But the research on avocados simply doesn't support this lipid-phobic view. Take for example a recent study that looked at what happened when avocado was added to a heart-stopping American favourite, the hamburger meal.

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Mushroom extracts for even-toned, hydrated skin

Mushrooms are an often overlooked source of skin-loving nutrition because of their status as a member of the nightshade family which gives some a negative association with the fungus. While it is true that some mushrooms can contain trace organic toxins and should be moderately consumed, there are also some compelling medicinal benefits for the skin that must be considered.

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