Aloe and bitter melon both have traditional medicinal uses, and new studies have revealed encouraging data on their effects for people with diabetes.

Source: Aloe and Bitter Melon Can Help Treat Diabetes

BOX 20 BAGS Helps improving vascular disorders that accompany diabetes (diabetic retinopathy, hypertension, phlebitis, arteritis) recommendations: Lower blood

Source: Antidiabetic tea bags

Among all nuts, walnuts may be the king because they help improve your health in number of ways — here are some seven benefits of walnuts.

Source: 7 Benefits of Eating Walnuts | Walnut’s Nutrition

Sugar is a primary dietary factor driving chronic disease development. Excessive fructose consumption can lead to diseases and health problems.

Source: Cutting Down on Sugar Might Be the Best Health Insurance

Diabetes Patients Who Raise Their ‘Good’ Cholesterol Levels Reduce Their Risk Of Heart Attack And Stroke.

Ives Leon Anckaert

Health consultant

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Diabetes Susceptibility Gene Identified: Tomosyn-2 Regulates Insulin Secretion.

Ives Leon Anckaert

Health consultant

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Ocimum basilicum
Ocimum basilicum

Ocimum basilicum
Origin: India
Origini: India
Use: flavoring, antispasmodic, digestiv, antidepressant, balsamic, healing
Impieghi: aromatizzanti, antispasmodiche, digestive, anti depressione, balsamiche, cicatrizzante
Ives Leon Anckaert
Health consultant
Consulente della salute
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Hypericum perforatum
Hypericum perforatum

Hypericum perforatum
Origin: Europe, North Africa, Asia
Origine: Europa, Nordafrica, Asia
Use: antidepression, influence, gastritis
Impieghi: antidepressione, influenza, gastrite
Ives Leon Anckaert
Health Consultant
Consulente della Salute
Italy, Europe

Achilea millefolium
Achilea Millefolium

Achillea millefolium
Origin: Europe Origine: Europa
Uses: indigestion, diarrhea, constipation, menstrual pain, overweight, hemorrhoids.
Impieghi: difficoltà di digestione, diarrea, stitichezza, dolori mestruale, sovrapeso, emorroidi.
Parts used: flowering tops and leaves
Parti utilizzate: sommità fiorite e foglie
Ives Leon Anckaert
Health consulent – Consulente della Salute
Italy, Europe
Moving…
When yoar go shopping in the supermarket, why don’t you park your car on the supermarket parking as far as possible from the entrance, so you can have a good walking?
That’s a good way to help moving your body, a healthy habit…
Ives Leon Anckaert
Health consultant
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  • Trump team defends health pick Tom Price over ethics charge 01/17/2017
    By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's transition team defended his nominee for health and human services (HHS) secretary, Tom Price, from charges that he bought shares in a company days before introducing legislation that would have benefited the firm. A Senate confirmation hearing is scheduled for Wednesday for Pri […]
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    By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) - Colicky babies may cry less after treatment with a scaled-back version of acupuncture, according to a new study - but the results are controversial. Researchers in Sweden found colicky babies spent less time crying and were less likely to be colicky after two weeks of acupuncture compared to babies receiving usual care. […]
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    Swedish researchers said Tuesday acupuncture "appears to reduce crying" in babies suffering from colic. A duo from the Lund University's medicine faculty tested the traditional Chinese needle-piercing remedy in a trial involving nearly 150 babies between two and eight weeks old. Compared to babies who did not undergo the needle treatment, infa […]
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    By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - As soccer has soared in popularity in recent decades, concussion rates for youth players have also surged, a U.S. study suggests. Researchers examined data on high school soccer players from 2005 to 2014 and found non-concussion injury rates declined for boys and were little changed for girls. The significant rise in concu […]
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    The rise of drug-resistant bacterial "superbugs" have been a concern of public health officials for years, but the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported a worse-case scenario -- a woman with a bacterial infection that was resistant to all FDA-approved treatments. A Nevada woman died in September after being infected with type […]
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    Brazilian healthcare regulator Anvisa on Monday said it had issued the country's first license for sale of a cannabis-based drug in the country after years of legal wrangling with patients. The multiple sclerosis treatment, an oral spray derived from marijuana and developed by Britain's GW Pharmaceuticals PLC, is known as Sativex internationally an […]
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    By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Parents may have a lot to do with how children react to scary things, but a new study suggests kids’ response to fear may also be heavily influenced by their friends. After speaking to friends, children tended to shift their opinions to match how their friends felt about the animals, the study found. “Studies show that chi […]

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