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  • Chris Woollams Health Watchicon magazine, cancer, Integrative cancer treatment, magazine, CANCERactive

    How night-shift work disrupts your health

    Night shift work causes chaos in the body as the central ‘clock’ in the brain doesn’t reboot, but other clocks in various organs like the liver do, creating conflict between metabolites leading to a disrupted metabolism.

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  • Chris Woollams Health WatchNight-shift work, brain, damaged health, metabolism, metabolic diseases, obesity ,high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high blood sugar, cancer

    How night-shift work disrupts your health

    Night shift work causes chaos in the body as the central ‘clock’ in the brain doesn’t reboot, but other clocks in various organs like the liver do, creating conflict between metabolites leading to a disrupted metabolism. Night shift work has been previously linked to metabolic disease – such as obesity, high blood pressure and higher cholesterol and blood sugar, and…

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  • Chris Woollams Health WatchSugar, glucose, alcohol, fruits, honey, whole grains, fructose, syrup, breads, pasta, chronic, illnesses, barriers, prediabetes, diabetes, B1, magnesium, calcium, potassium, vitamin D, protein, cardiovascular, disease, strokes, dementia, cancer, E coli, chemicals

    Give up Sugar for 10 days; feel the difference

    When you give up sugar (not just glucose, but also alcohol, bought fruit juices, refined foods, fizzy drinks, alcohol, cake, biscuits, breads and pasta) for just 10-14 days, your body and your health will improve significantly. You’ll notice health improvements almost immediately.  You will stop insulin resistance; Around 70 per cent of Western adults have some degree of insulin resistance.…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    Low-cal Mediterranean diet rejuvenates the immune system

    Professor Valter Longo has shown that using a fast or a low-calorie Mediterranean Diet for five days a month improves the immune system, the response to vaccination, and reduces weight, fat levels, fasting blood sugar and blood pressure, encouraging longevity. In an old and damaged immune system, fasting encourages stem cell production of new white immune cells.  Professor Valter Longo,…

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  • Rainbow DietHealth, benefits, walnut, Mediterranean diet, cholesterol, blood pressure, DNA, cancer, nuts, fibre

    Major health benefits of walnut consumption

    Walnuts are an important part of the Mediterranean diet and have been shown to improve heart health, lower ‘bad’ cholesterol and blood pressure, improve mental function and even alter the DNA in cancer patients. Not all nuts were created equal. Walnuts are bundles of health. Consuming just 7 walnuts provides 2 gm of fibre and 4 gm of protein along…

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    The High Fibre Rainbow Diet

    The high fibre Mediterranean diet contains good levels of both soluble and insoluble fibres, providing health benefits in diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, dementia; and in carbohydrate and cholesterol management; all thanks to your gut bacteria. When people hear that a diet is high in fibre, they simply assume that means it keeps you regular. Many people…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    A Mediterranean Diet- the best way to fight cancer

    When it comes to cancer, research shows the colourful Mediterranean diet and lifestyle protects and corrects; it is nourishing and full pf bioactive compounds but it is also a lifestyle that includes sunshine and exercise.  The Mediterranean Diet and Cancer i) Bioactive compounds – A number of compounds have strong anti-cancer effects. For example, Apigenin, polyphenols and anthocyanin. There’s even…

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  • Icon MagazinesIcon Volume 11 Issue 3, Integrative Cancer, Oncology News, Book, Healthy, Cancer, Diet, Exercise, Repurposed drugs, Polyphenols, Stress, Mediterranean food, Mediterranean diet, Supplements, CANCERactive

    Icon Volume 11 Issue 3

    Find out how to get your copy HERE. IMPORTANT HEALTH WARNING No products should be considered as treatments or cures for Cancer. Although it is very unlikely that your doctor or oncologist has any in-depth knowledge of natural compounds and herbs and their benefits or any side-effects, you should always seek qualified medical opinion for any contra indications with the drugs…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    To lower liver fat choose the Mediterranean diet

    A Mediterranean diet reduces hepatic fat more than a low-fat diet, improving the health and fat content of the liver above and beyond visceral fat changes. A colourful Mediterranean diet (a Rainbow Diet) is certainly not low fat; it contains high levels of unsaturated fat from extra virgin olive oil and nut oils such as walnut oil. It also contains…

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  • Rainbow Diet

    Italian style coffee cuts prostate cancer risk in half

    A study involving 7,000 men found that those who drank more than 3 cups of Italian style coffee a day (for example, expresso or cappuccino), had a 53 per cent lowered prostate cancer risk. The reason was put down to the intake of caffeine as no such benefit was seen with those who used decaffeinated coffee. The research was conducted…

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