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Watch: Barley can help improve blood sugar levels and reduce appetite

Public Release: 9-Feb-2016 Lund University   IMAGE: Lead author and researcher Anne Nilsson from Lund University cuts up bread made out of 85% barley kernel. Photo: Kennet Ruona / Lund University. Credit: Photo: Kennet Ruona / Lund University WATCH AND USE ANIMATED EXPLAINER VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVuBil4OTSo A recent study from Lund University in Sweden shows that…
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Barley lowers not one but two types of ‘bad cholesterol’, review suggests

Public Release: 8-Jun-2016   Barley likely has similar cholesterol-lowering effects as oats St. Michael's Hospital TORONTO, June 8, 2016 - Eating barley or foods containing barley significantly reduced levels of two types of "bad cholesterol" associated with cardiovascular risk, a St. Michael's Hospital research paper has found. Barley reduced both low-density lipoprotein, or LDL, and…
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231 CNO REPORT 18 JUN 2016

CNO Report 231 18 JUN 2016   Release Date 18 JUN 2016 Draft Report Compiled by Ralph Turchiano www.clinicalnews.org     In this Issue: 1.       Dietary fiber intake tied to successful aging, research reveals 2.       Walnuts may improve your colon health 3.       Dietary supplement may prevent and reverse severe damage to aging brain, research suggests…

224 CNO Report 13 FEB 2016

224CNOREPORT14FEB 2016 CNO Report 224 Release Date 13 FEB 2016 Draft Report Compiled by Ralph Turchiano www.clinicalnews.org         In This Issue: 1. The benefits of chocolate during pregnancy 2. Drinking coffee may reduce the risk of liver cirrhosis 3. Researchers develop concept for new sunscreen that allows body to produce vitamin D…

032 Health Research Report 11 JUN 2008

    Health Technology Research Synopsis 32nd Issue Date 11 JUN 2008 Compiled By Ralph Turchiano www.healthresearchreport.me www.vit.bz www.youtube.com/vhfilm www.facebook.com/vitaminandherbstore www.engineeringevil.com     Editors Top Five:  1.      US reporters often do a poor job of reporting about new medical treatments2.      Pycnogenol improved diabetes control and reduced antihypertensive medications3.      How advanced prostate cancer becomes resistant to androgen-deprivation therapy4.     …

32nd Health Research Report 11 JUN 2008 – Reconstructed

    Health Technology Research Synopsis 32nd Issue Date 11 JUN 2008 Compiled By Ralph Turchiano www.healthresearchreport.me www.vit.bz www.youtube.com/vhfilm www.facebook.com/vitaminandherbstore www.engineeringevil.com     Editors Top Five:  1.      US reporters often do a poor job of reporting about new medical treatments 2.      Pycnogenol improved diabetes control and reduced antihypertensive medications 3.      How advanced prostate cancer becomes resistant to…
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New vegetarian food with several benefits

Public release date: 28-May-2008 A new vegetarian food that boosts the uptake of iron and offers a good set of proteins. This could be the result of a doctoral dissertation by Charlotte Eklund-Jonsson at the Department of Food Science. The food, called tempe, is moreover a whole-grain product with high folate content. It is generally…

119 Health Research Report 30 DEC 2011

Health Technology Research Synopsis 119th Issue Date 30DEC2011 Compiled By Ralph Turchiano www.vit.bz www.youtube.com/vhfilm   Editors Top Five: 1.     Fish oil may hold key to leukemia cure 2.     Scientists identify an innate function of vitamin E 3.     Could cod liver oil help combat tuberculosis? 4.     Diet patterns may keep brain from shrinking 5.     JAMA commentary contends vitamin therapy can still reduce stroke   In this…

119th Health Research Report 30 DEC 2011

  Health Technology Research Synopsis 119th Issue Date 30DEC2011 Compiled By Ralph Turchiano www.vit.bz www.youtube.com/vhfilm   Editors Top Five: 1.     Fish oil may hold key to leukemia cure 2.     Scientists identify an innate function of vitamin E 3.     Could cod liver oil help combat tuberculosis? 4.     Diet patterns may keep brain from shrinking 5.     JAMA…

Fiber intake associated with reduced risk of death

  Public release date: 14-Feb-2011   Dietary fiber may be associated with a reduced risk of death from cardiovascular, infectious and respiratory diseases, as well as a reduced risk of death from any cause over a nine-year period, according to a report posted online today that will be published in the June 14 print issue…
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β-glucan-enriched pasta boosts good gut bacteria, reduces bad cholesterol

Public Release: 18-Sep-2015 American Society for Microbiology Washington, DC - September 18, 2015 - People fed β-glucan-enriched pasta for two months showed increased populations of beneficial bacteria in their intestinal tracts, and reduced populations of non-beneficial bacteria. They also showed reduced LDL (bad) cholesterol. This work is part of a broad effort to identify potential…
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007 Health Research Report 06 SEP 2007

6 September 07 Health Science Synopsis *Staff Required Reading Ralph Turchiano In This Issue:  1.      Cranberries may improve chemotherapy for ovarian cancer2.      Vitamin E's lack of heart benefit linked to dosage3.      Toxic shock: immune system's anthrax link (important please review)4.      Statin treatment may curb Alzheimer's brain changes (JUNK SCIENCE)5.      New study: Pine bark reduces perimenopausal…

088 Health Research Report 31 AUG 2010

Health Research Report 88th Issue 31 AUG 2010 Compiled By Ralph Turchiano www.vit.bz www.youtube.com/vhfilm  www.facebook.com/engineeringevil www.engineeringevil.com   www.healthresearchreport.me    Editors Top Five: 1. Women who drink beer more likely to develop psoriasis 2. Pharmaceuticals: A market for producing 'lemons' and serious harm 3. B vitamins and the aging brain examined 4. THL Recommends Suspension of H1N1 Vaccinations…

110 Health Research Report 14 AUG 2011

#110 Health Technology Research Synopsis 110th Issue Date 14AUG2011 Compiled By Ralph Turchiano www.vit.bz www.youtube.com/vhfilm Editors Top Five: 1. Academics 'guest authoring' ghostwritten medical journal articles should be charged with fraud 2. Newer antidepressants not necessarily safest for older people 3. Authorship rules for medical journals flouted by pharma industry 4. Baker's yeast protects against…

Right breakfast bread keeps blood sugar in check all day

Public release date: 5-Sep-2007 If you eat the right grains for breakfast, such as whole-grain barley or rye, the regulation of your blood sugar is facilitated after breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It was previously not known that certain whole-grain products have this effect all day. This is due to a combination of low GI (glycemic…
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Virus infections may be contributing factor in onset of gluten intolerance

Public release date: 5-Mar-2010 - "Some of the genes we have identified are linked with human immune defence against viruses. This may indicate that virus infections may be connected in some way with the onset of gluten intolerance," Recent research findings indicate a possible connection between virus infections, the immune system and the onset of…
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Replacing white rice with brown rice or other whole grains may reduce diabetes risk

Public release date: 14-Jun-2010 - brown rice would lower risk of type 2 diabetes by 16%. - The same replacement with other whole grains, such as whole wheat and barley, was associated with a 36% reduced risk Boston, MA—In a new study, researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) have found that eating…
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Women who drink beer more likely to develop psoriasis

Public release date: 16-Aug-2010 - risk of psoriasis was 72 percent greater among women who had an average of 2.3 drinks per week or more -  Light beer, red wine, white wine and liquor were not associated with psoriasis risk. Regular beer—but not light beer or other types of alcohol—appears to be associated with an…
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Health News for 15 FEB 2016 (Beta)

Health News for 15 FEB 2016 1. Vinegar could potentially help treat ulcerative colitis 2. Barley helps improve blood sugar levels and reduce appetite 3. Estrogen, antibiotics persisted in dairy farm waste after advanced treatment, research finds 1.http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/pressroom/presspacs/2016/acs-presspac-february-10-2016/vinegar-could-potentially-help-treat-ulcerative-colitis.html 2. http://www.lunduniversity.lu.se/article/watch-barley-helps-improve-blood-sugar-levels-and-reduce-appetite 3. http://www.buffalo.edu/news/releases/2016/02/020.html

077 Health Research Report 10 MAR 2010

Health Research Report 77th Issue 10 MAR 2010 Compiled By Ralph Turchiano www.healthresearchreport.me www.vit.bz www.youtube.com/vhfilm www.facebook.com/engineeringevil www.engineeringevil.com     In this issue: Foodborne illness costs US $152 billion annually, landmark report estimates Study shows pine bark reduces blood pressure, counteracts kidney damage caused by hypertension VITAMIN D LIFTS MOOD DURING COLD WEATHER MONTHS Hormone replacement therapy linked…