5 June 2019  |  Editor
Vitamin D could help cancer patients live longer.

Taking vitamin D supplements reduces the risk of dying from cancer by 13%, an overview of research suggests. 

In another study in Madrid, a study of prostate cancer patients found that those taking vitamin D supplements with statins were no less than 38% less likely to die of the disease than those taking neither. Of course, it is known that statins can reduce the energy released from food that is needed by major organs and as a result many are starting to take CoQ10 to rectify this.

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3 January 2018  |  Editor
Circumin - 10 proven health benefits

A woman’s deadly blood cancer was stopped in its tracks when she began taking a daily dose of a compound found in turmeric, prompting experts to call for further research.

Dieneke Ferguson, 67, had myeloma diagnosed more than a decade ago. Treatment with chemotherapy and stem cells failed and she faced a third relapse. After research online she began taking curcumin, one of the main compounds in turmeric, each day in a tablet . Doctors said that, despite having no further treatment, her condition had remained stable for the last five years. Her case was published in BMJ Case Reports.

There are several proven health benefits attributed to Circumin.

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15 February 2017  |  Editor
High fibre diet reduces risk of breast cancer in later life

​Girls and young women who eat a higher fibre diet cut their risk of developing breast cancer by up to 24%, results of a new study show.

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