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    Viruses can interact to trigger Alzheimer’s

    Viruses can interact – common viruses, such as Varicella, can trigger the awakening of other viruses, such as those in the Herpes family, which then may cause Alzheimer’s Disease; this is according to a research study by Tuft’s.

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    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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    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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    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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    Meta-study concludes Rainbow Diet lowers mortality and chronic illness

    Adherence to the colourful Mediterranean Diet, or Rainbow Diet, is associated with lowered mortality and a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, according to a 2008 Meta-analysis of over 1.5 million people. by scientists from different faculties at the University of Florence, Italy. The researchers concluded that even small changes in favour of the diet reduced…

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