Research Review of Curcumin

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In this research review of curcumin, it is apparent that evidence is growing that curcumin, the substance in tumeric, has the potential to take a bigger role in the human diet for its ability to act as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and lipid lowering agent. Western Australian researcher, Gautam Sethi, from

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Top Ten Articles for March & April 2015

Spring is a good time to get caught up. To help you keep up on your professional reading, we’ve collected the most popular articles for the past 60 days. You’ll notice a trend. Healthy eating for cognitive health and acid-load balance diets are the topics of choice for our readers.Read

Seven Principles of Integrative Care, White Paper

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The following is an excerpt of a white paper in the seven principles of integrative care, The Pebble in the Pond, How Integrative Leadership Can Bring About Transformation, from Duke University Integrative Medicine. Download the white paper at the end of this post. Principles of Integrative Care Integrative Healthcare aroseRead

Research Review for Dietary Acid Load

The concept of alkaline balance and diet has been known for some years with limited wide-scale practice. Recent studies show that acid-base balance in the diet may indeed play an important role in cardio-metabolic abnormalities, including type 2 diabetes. The following is a summary of two supporting studies. High dietaryRead