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A study published in the Lancet attracted much media attention, saying vitamin supplements were not beneficial, but the story was sensationalist and inaccurate.

Free radicals have been linked to increasing the risk of atherosclerosis development.

Two recent studies have reported that either consuming large amounts of fish or taking fish capsules can significantly reduce the risk of cardiac problems.

Researchers performed three studies to assess the efficacy and safety of an intravenously administered fish oil supplement on different forms of psoriasis.

In the past higher consumption of fish and omega-3 fatty acids have been associated with lower risk of coronary heart disease in men, but there has been only limited data available regarding women.

A study evaluated the ability of cat's claw (an Amazonian medicinal plant) to treat osteoarthritis of the knee.

A large-scale trial investigated the role of antioxidants in Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD).

Green tea's beneficial effects for the heart.

A study that has been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has been negatively reported in some areas of the press over recent days. The Quest Nutrition Department responds to this here.

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The effects of Aged Garlic Extract in reducing oxidative stress

Lycopene may help prevent against prostate problems

Glucosamine supplementation versus ibuprofen for those with joint pain.

Magnesium may help prevent leg cramps in pregnancy

Antioxidants provide defence against damage caused by oxygen uptake in exercise.

Black cohosh is popularly used for symptoms of the menopause.

Vegetarians are less likely to run the risk of bowel and heart disease, according to new research.

 

 


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