Posts Tagged "holistic health"

Winning the Battle Against Breast Cancer Metastasis

Posted on Nov 16, 2012 | 2 comments

Winning the Battle Against Breast Cancer Metastasis

Scientists at Indiana University Health's Cancer Research Laboratory have found that a sophisticated botanical formula slows human breast cancer growth and inhibits breast to lung metastasis in mice. The formula contains extracts from medicinal mushrooms, medicinal herbs and purified nutritional compounds, and showed no toxic side-effects. These results were presented at the April 2012 American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting. “Our results are very exciting because we clearly demonstrate the suppression of breast to lung cancer metastasis associated with the inhibition of specific pro-metastatic genes in human tumors,” says Daniel Sliva, Ph.D., Associate Professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine and lead author on the study.

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Breathe Easy – Women’s Health Magazine July 2012

Posted on Nov 14, 2012 | 0 comments

Breathe Easy – Women’s Health Magazine July 2012

You're about to learn the easiest route to a happier, healthier existence.

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Improve Your Energy, Immune Function and Vitality – Better Nutrition Magazine October 2012

Posted on Nov 14, 2012 | 4 comments

Improve Your Energy, Immune Function and Vitality – Better Nutrition Magazine October 2012

Fall into Detox: 7 Gentle Cleansing Tips for Improving Energy, Immune Function and Vitality

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5 Ways to Prevent Breast Cancer – Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen October 2012

Posted on Nov 14, 2012 | 0 comments

5 Ways to Prevent Breast Cancer – Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen October 2012

Over the past decade, real progress has been made in the prevention and treatment of breast cancer. We now have more sophisticated tools to better understand, assess, and defeat this devastating disease. Even though we are making headway, it’s important to remember we may never completely prevent or cure this disease. We must stay vigilant to continue refining and redefining our breast cancer approaches for greater prevention and survival rates. For example, yes, there is a genetic component to breast cancer, but data suggests that 90 to 95 percent of cases are not hereditary. This means that while there are specific cancer-causing genes that influence the growth and spread of tumors, these genes were not necessarily inherited so much as activated by specific external factors: age, diet, environment, lifestyle, and many other potential triggers. While risk factors like age cannot be mitigated, other risk factors can be eliminated or reduced to help prevent the development of breast cancer.

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Research Update: Meditation and Brain Health

Posted on Apr 12, 2012 | 3 comments

Research Update: Meditation and Brain Health

In terms of brain health, what exactly is “cortical folding,” or “gyrification,” and how does it increase your mental capacity? These questions may seem to address complex issues best left to neuroscience, except for one simple practice that directly relates to them: meditation. Researchers have been studying the effects of meditation on the brain for decades, and have come to some importantconclusions that may offer further motivation and inspiration for regular—and certainly for aspiring—practitioners of this time-honored healing art.

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