(Natural News) Anxiety comes in many forms. It can cause worry, unease, fear or panic. Severe forms of anxiety, or anxiety disorders, are among the most common and pervasive mental health problems in the United States today. Anxiety disorders include panic disorders and phobias.
Common treatment options for anxiety disorders include therapy, medication or a combination of both. However, there is significant scientific evidence suggesting that the following supplements and herbal remedies can safely and effectively relieve the symptoms of anxiety. →
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(Natural News) Published in the journal Nutrition Research, this study evaluated the effect of probiotic supplementation on the cellular innate activity of healthy elderly participants. All experiments were conducted by researchers from Finland and the US. →
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(Natural News) Fermented foods like yogurt and kimchi are popular health foods. While many studies have found that they offer plenty of health benefits, the science behind how they do so is not well-understood. →
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(Natural News) Omega-3 fatty acids are incredibly important fats that have powerful benefits that support various bodily functions. These fats are lauded for their ability to significantly boost heart health — particularly as fish oil supplements. According to the American Heart Association, healthy adults are recommended to eat at least two servings of fish per week, with fatty fish high in Omega-3s like salmon and tuna being priority foods. However, fish oil supplements are found to share similar benefits for heart health, cancer and fatty liver disease. Now, new evidence suggests that Omega-3 oils can have a beneficial effect on human cognition and mood. →
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(Natural News) Colorectal cancer, as the name implies, is a type of cancer that begins in the colon or the rectum. According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in the United States, with an estimated total of 148,040 cases yearly. The society also notes that men have a 4.4 percent of men and 4.1 percent of women will develop colorectal cancer in their lifetime. While there are a wide variety of factors that contribute to a person’s risk of developing this cancer, one of the main culprits is poor diet. In the same vein, recent research suggests that following a healthy diet, particularly ones with gut-healthy foods, can help prevent the development of this type of cancer. →
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(Natural News) Taking vitamin D supplements regularly for at least three years may lengthen the lives of people with cancer, a recent study suggests.
In this study, which was published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, researchers from Michigan State University (MSU) reviewed 10 randomized controlled trials that compared vitamin D supplementation with placebos. These trials involved over 79,000 people with cancer. The patients had an average age of 68, and the trials reported cancer incidence and mortality. The MSU researchers focused on whether vitamin D supplementation played a role in lowering cancer risk and death. →
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(Natural News) Having too much salt in your diet is incredibly unhealthy. High-salt intake can exacerbate conditions like multiple sclerosis and inflammatory bowel diseases. However, when it comes to cancer, a team of researchers is now suggesting that increasing the amount of salt in your diet may have some beneficial effects, particularly when it comes to fighting off cancer. →
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