A breakthrough study finds that vitamin C slays cancer stem cells, which are the cells that fuel fatal tumors.
May is National Strawberry Month, but before you head to the store to snag a carton of the freshly ripened berries, it’s important to understand the various chemicals likely to be on your fresh fruit.
Staying hydrated on hot summer days is easier than you think when you eat these hydrating foods.
Also known as gugulipid, guggul is an extract derived from the sap of the Commiphora mukul tree, which is native to India. The sap has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries; in fact, a medical text dating back to 600 BC references the tree for use in treating atherosclerosis, or hardening of the...
Daily consumption of strawberries has been linked to reduced cholesterol levels.
Consuming high levels of flavonoids, found in foods such as chocolate, tea, berries and wine, may help protect against type II diabetes.
A groundbreaking new research study shows strawberries may drastically reduce esophageal cancer.
According to recent research, taking vitamin C supplements before receiving a diagnosis of breast cancer may lower the risk of mortality.
Research suggests that eating berries regularly can help clear the plaques that exhibit frequently with dementia and other chronic brain diseases.
These fruits contains a specific type of antioxidant that provides powerful brain protection.