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Orange essential oil may help alleviate post-traumatic stress disorder

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: April 24, 2017

Public Release: 24-Apr-2017   Researchers find evidence that essential oil reduces fear, diminishes immune system markers of stress in mice Experimental Biology 2017 About 8 percent of people will develop post-traumatic stress disorder at some point in their lives, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, yet treatments for this debilitating condition remain limited. In a new study, mice exposed to orange essential oil after a stressful situation showed improvements in markers of stress and fear, suggesting essential oil may offer a nonpharmaceutical option to help alleviate PTSD. Cassandra Moshfegh, research assistant in Paul Marvar's laboratory at the George…

Orange essential oil may help alleviate PTSD and Anxiety

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: April 26, 2017

We review the recent study" Orange essential oil may help alleviate post-traumatic stress disorder " in regard to how just the scent could potentially assuage PTSD symptoms in humans Citation: Experimental Biology 2017. (2017, April 24). Orange essential oil may help alleviate post-traumatic stress disorder: Researchers find evidence that essential oil reduces fear, diminishes immune system markers of stress in mice.

Tropicana Orange juice is actually pasteurized, deaerated, stripped of flavor and aroma, and stored for a year or longer before it is made available to the public, states claim.

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: June 18, 2013

Tropicana Deception Suit Will Stay on the Shelves By ROSE BOUBOUSHIAN   (CN) - Tropicana must face claims that it misrepresents its processed, colored and flavored orange juice as "never from concentrate," a federal judge ruled. Tropicana's website claims that "Tropicana Pure Premium is 100 percent pure and natural juice, with 16 fresh-picked oranges squeezed into every 59-ounce container. No water, sugar, or preservatives are ever added and it is never from concentrate, so you can get only the freshest, most delicious straight-from-the-orange taste." The consolidated federal action in New Jersey alleges that Tropicana Products, a PepsiCo subsidiary, is lying…

Soybean oil causes more obesity than coconut oil and fructose

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: July 23, 2015

Public Release: 22-Jul-2015 UC Riverside scientists found mice on high soybean oil diet showed increased levels of weight gain and diabetes compared to mice on a high fructose diet or high coconut oil diet University of California - Riverside IMAGE: A diet high in soybean oil causes more obesity and diabetes than a diet high in fructose, a sugar commonly found in soda and processed foods, UC Riverside researchers found. Credit: Denise Wolf RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- A diet high in soybean oil causes more obesity and diabetes than a diet high in fructose, a sugar commonly found in soda and…

New study finds that orange sweet potato reduces diarrhea in children

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: June 15, 2015

Public Release: 15-Jun-2015 HarvestPlus Washington, June 15 -- A new study has found that orange sweet potato (OSP) reduced both the prevalence and duration of diarrhea in young children in Mozambique. The OSP was conventionally bred to provide more vitamin A in the diet. In Africa, more than 40 percent of children aged under five are estimated to be at risk of vitamin A deficiency. This increases the risk of diseases such as diarrhea, which is one of the leading causes of mortality in children, taking more than 350,000 lives of children under five in Africa every year. Other studies…

Flavonoids in orange juice make it a healthy drink, despite the sugar

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: July 3, 2007

Public release date: 17-Jul-2007 Buffalo, N.Y. -- Orange juice, despite its high caloric load of sugars, appears to be a healthy food for diabetics due to its mother lode of flavonoids, a study by endocrinologists at the University at Buffalo has shown. The study appeared in the June 2007 issue of Diabetes Care. Flavonoids suppress destructive oxygen free radicals -- also known as reactive oxygen species, or ROS. An overabundance of free radicals can damage all components of the cell, including proteins, fats and DNA, contributing to the development of many chronic diseases, including heart disease and stroke as well…

Orange juice, leafy greens and berries may be tied to decreased memory loss in men

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: November 27, 2018

Eating leafy greens, dark orange and red vegetables and berry fruits, and drinking orange juice may be associated with a lower risk of memory loss over time in men, according to a study published in the Nov. 21, 2018, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. Source: Orange juice, leafy greens and berries may be tied to decreased memory loss in men

An orange a day keeps macular degeneration away: 15-year study

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: July 16, 2018

Public Release: 12-Jul-2018   A new study has shown that people who regularly eat oranges are less likely to develop macular degeneration than people who do not eat oranges Westmead Institute for Medical Research   Credit: Westmead Institute for Medical Research A new study has shown that people who regularly eat oranges are less likely to develop macular degeneration than people who do not eat oranges. Researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research interviewed more than 2,000 Australian adults aged over 50 and followed them over a 15-year period. The research showed that people who ate at least one…

Orange lichens are potential source for anticancer drugs

Relevance: 59%      Posted on: October 19, 2015

Public Release: 19-Oct-2015 “found doses of physcion/parietin that could kill half the leukemia cells in culture within 48 hours, while the same doses left healthy blood cells unscathed” Parietin pigment kills leukemia cells, combats Warburg effect Emory Health Sciences   IMAGE: Parietin is a dominant pigment in Caloplaca lichens. Winship Cancer Institute researchers have shown that it also has anticancer activity. Credit: Courtesy of www.aphotofungi.com An orange pigment found in lichens and rhubarb called parietin may have potential as an anti-cancer drug, scientists at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University have discovered. The results are scheduled for publication on October…

Avocado oil: The ‘olive oil of the Americas’?

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Mexican study indicates it could fight harmful free radicals tied to aging and cancer SAN DIEGO, April 22, 2012 – Atmospheric oxygen facilitated the evolution and complexity of terrestrial organisms, including human beings, because it allowed nutrients to be used more efficiently by those organisms, which in turn were able to generate more energy. However, as we find out more about how oxygen molecules work inside the body, more attention is being paid to their not-so-good effects, and researchers are seeking ways to thwart them. A number of environmental factors — such as pollution, cigarette smoke and radiation — can…

GMO Soybean oil has 0 grams trans fat, but very unhealthy

Relevance: 52%      Posted on: March 8, 2015

How healthy is genetically modified soybean oil? Research on mice by UC Riverside scientists shows GM soybean oil is as unhealthy as conventional soybean oil, with one benefit: no resistance to insulin University of California - Riverside RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Soybean oil accounts for more than 90 percent of all the seed oil production in the United States. Genetically modified (GM) soybean oil, made from seeds of GM soybean plants, was recently introduced into the food supply on the premise that it is healthier than conventional soybean oil. But is that premise true? Just barely, say scientists at the University…

Fish oil not snake oil

Relevance: 46%      Posted on: January 22, 2010

Public release date: 18-Jan-2010 -  13 patients in the fish oil group had lower levels of inflammatory agents in their blood, were able to achieve better lung function and left hospital earlier than the 10 patients who received traditional nutrition A randomised controlled trial of fish oil given intravenously to patients in intensive care has found that it improves gas exchange, reduces inflammatory chemicals and results in a shorter length of hospital stay. Researchers writing in BioMed Central’s open access journal Critical Care investigated the effects of including fish oil in the normal nutrient solution for patients with sepsis, finding…

Fish oil may help curb seizure frequency in epilepsy

Relevance: 41%      Posted on: September 11, 2014

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 8-Sep-2014 Low doses might be helpful in epilepsy that no longer responds to drug treatment But high doses were no better than dummy (placebo treatment), the findings indicated. The omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil are able to cross over from the bloodstream into heart cells where they work to stabilise heart rhythm and protect against heart attacks. This is particularly important for people with epilepsy because they have a significantly higher risk of having a heart attack than those without the condition. And experimental research indicates that omega 3 fatty acids can also cross over…

Fish oil and red yeast rice studied for lowering blood cholesterol ( Oil and yeast 42.4% down vs Statins 39.6% )

Relevance: 41%      Posted on: July 12, 2008

Public release date: 8-Jul-2008     ROCHESTER, Minn. -- A great deal of scientific evidence shows that cholesterol-reducing medications known as statins can help prevent coronary artery disease. Although the safety of these medications has been well documented, as many as 40 percent of patients who receive a prescription for statins take the drug for less than one year. Doctors believe that several factors -- including cost, adverse effects, poor understanding of statin benefits and patients' reluctance to take prescription medications long term -- may explain why some patients stop taking these medicines. In the July issue of Mayo Clinic…

A blend of sesame and rice bran oil reduced blood pressure almost as well as a common medication.

Relevance: 41%      Posted on: October 2, 2014

Sesame and rice bran oil lowers blood pressure, improves cholesterol American Heart Association Meeting Report – Abstract 186 September 19, 2012 Study Highlights: Those who used a combination of both the oil and medication had more than twice the drop in blood pressure compared to either the group taking medication alone, or those only supplementing their diet with the oil blend EMBARGOED UNTIL 4 pm ET, Wednesday, September 19, 2012 WASHINGTON, DC, September 19, 2012 — People who cooked with a blend of sesame and rice bran oils saw a significant drop in blood pressure and improved cholesterol levels, according…

Olive oil more stable and healthful than seed oils for frying food

Relevance: 41%      Posted on: October 23, 2014

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 22-Oct-2014 Frying is one of the world's most popular ways to prepare food — think fried chicken and french fries. Even candy bars and whole turkeys have joined the list. But before dunking your favorite food in a vat of just any old oil, consider using olive. Scientists report in ACS' Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry that olive oil withstands the heat of the fryer or pan better than several seed oils to yield more healthful food. Mohamed Bouaziz and colleagues note that different oils have a range of physical, chemical and nutritional properties that can…

U.S. set to overtake Saudi Arabia as world’s biggest oil producer following boom in output

Relevance: 41%      Posted on: October 24, 2012

U.S. production to rise 7  per cent this year to nearly 11 million barrels a day Could reach 11.4 million  barrels a day in 2013 - rivalling Saudi oil output Boom caused by high oil  prices and new drilling techniques By Sam Adams PUBLISHED:08:01 EST, 24  October 2012| UPDATED:11:11 EST, 24 October 2012 The United States' oil output is surging so  fast that the country could soon overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's biggest  producer. Driven by high prices and new drilling  methods, U.S. production of crude and other liquid hydrocarbons is on track to  rise seven per cent this…

Olive oil supplements may protect against the adverse vascular effects of air pollution

Relevance: 41%      Posted on: May 23, 2014

Olive oil supplements may protect against the adverse vascular effects of air pollution // PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 19-May-2014 ATS 2014, SAN DIEGO ─ Taking olive oil supplements may counteract some of the adverse cardiovascular effects of exposure to air pollution, according to a new study presented at the 2014 American Thoracic Society International Conference. "Exposure to airborne particulate matter can lead to endothelial dysfunction, a condition in which the endothelium (inner lining) of blood vessels does not function normally, which is a risk factor for clinical cardiovascular events and progression of atherosclerosis," said lead study author Dr. Haiyan Tong, MD,…

Olive oil more stable and healthful than seed oils for frying food

Relevance: 40%      Posted on: October 25, 2014

Olive oil more stable and healthful than seed oils for frying food **Watch in HD** - The researchers deep- and pan-fried raw potato pieces in four different refined oils — olive, corn, soybean and sunflower — and reused the oil 10 times. They found that olive oil was the most stable oil for deep-frying at 320 and 374 degrees Fahrenheit, while sunflower oil degraded the fastest when pan-fried at 356 degrees. They conclude that for frying foods, olive oil maintains quality and nutrition better than seed oils. * ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry Oct 2012 - http://healthresearchreport.me/2014/10/23/olive-oil-more-stable-and-healthful-than-seed-oils-for-frying-food/ Related…

Coconut oil could combat tooth decay

Relevance: 38%      Posted on: September 27, 2014

07 SEP 2012 Digested coconut oil is able to attack the bacteria that cause tooth decay. It is a natural antibiotic that could be incorporated into commercial dental care products, say scientists presenting their work at the Society for General Microbiology’s Autumn Conference at the University of Warwick. The team from the Athlone Institute of Technology in Ireland tested the antibacterial action of coconut oil in its natural state and coconut oil that had been treated with enzymes, in a process similar to digestion. The oils were tested against strains of Streptococcus bacteria which are common inhabitants of the mouth.…

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