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Brain food: Nutrient therapy can help address mental health issues

March 27, 2023 - biochemistry behind anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression and schizophrenia.

While mental illness remains a significant issue, health experts are hopeful because of promising research into nutrient-based therapy protocols and other alternative solutions that may one day revolutionize mental health care. (Related: Food for the brain: Review examines the link between diet and mental health.)Advanced nutrient therapy

According to the Walsh Research Institute, ...

NEW FINDING: Colorful turkey tail mushrooms contain compounds that boost immunity and FIGHT CANCER

June 28, 2023 -

A group of researchers from Poland looked at turkey tail mushroom's effect on breast cancer. In particular, they zoomed in on protein-bound polysaccharides (PBPs). The results of their findings were published in Cellular Physiology & Biochemistry.

According to the study, PBPs can alter the communication between breast cancer cells and macrophages -- white blood cells that consume pathogens and bad cells in the body. PBPs also inhibit cancer cell growth and movement, ...

Are you deficient in nitric oxide, the most critical molecule for cardiovascular health?

April 07, 2023 -

Almost every form of cardiovascular disease begins with the loss of NO production in the body. The same is true of pretty much every chronic disease and age-related illness, whether it manifests in the kidney, the brain, the heart, or the liver.

All of these conditions have a vascular component, Bryan says. An international leader in the molecular medicine and NO biochemistry, Bryan says the common underlying factor for most chronic illnesses is a lack of oxygen-rich ...

Studies show saffron can fight cancer and protect against chemotherapy-induced damage

March 02, 2023 -

According to Tasting Table, saffron's high price stems from the fact that C. sativus bulbs only yield one flower that blooms for a three-week period every fall. The delicate stigmas of these flowers are then harvested by hand, with 150,000 flowers yielding one kilogram (2.2 pounds) of saffron strands.

Writing for NaturalHealth365, New York-based licensed acupuncturist Christine Dionese shared three studies that attested to the cell-protecting and cancer-fighting abilities ...

Black tea theaflavins help mitigate effects of toxic dioxins

February 23, 2023 -

One way is by drinking black tea, believe it or not. Japanese scientists published a study in 2005 in the journal Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry that highlights the dioxin-neutralizing effects of black tea theaflavins, a type of polyphenol derived through fermentation.

A big reason why dioxins are profoundly toxic has to do with the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR), which undergoes a negative transformation following exposure. The team determined ...

Here are 4 good reasons to eat bananas every day

January 25, 2023 -

Here are some reasons that will make you eat bananas every day. (Related: Bananas aren’t just for monkeys – Discover 25 powerful reasons to eat [organic] bananas.)Bananas are a rich source of essential nutrients

Nutritionists and dieticians say the main reason to eat bananas is that they contain so much natural energy without any of the side effects of excessive carbohydrate consumption that one can get from processed foods.

According to the U.S. Department of ...

Johnson & Johnson sells its largest manufacturing plant in India

October 20, 2022 - biochemistry, pharmaceutical sciences, molecular biosciences, engineering and ancillary services.

"We are committed to an investment upwards of $75 million to upgrade and enhance existing facilities at the site and expand manufacturing of our global biologics and sterile pharmaceutical products," claimed Hetero Managing Director Vamsi Krishna Bandi.

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The global depopulation agenda is more organized and well-funded than ever before in world history

2 months ago - biochemistry to virology and microbiology --  have been weaponized by the US government over the years and aimed toward the development of biowarfare programs.

Dr. Malone points out that Operation Paperclip imported both Nazi and Japanese biowarfare specialists decades ago. Instead of researching, publishing, and promoting information on the antiviral, antibacterial and immune-modulating properties of various phytochemicals that are abundant all around us, the National ...

Support brain health and improve cognitive function with these herbs and spices

March 16, 2023 -

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)

The ashwagandha extract used in a clinical study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health has been shown to improve executive functioning (decision-making), flexibility, psychomotor speed, reaction time, stress response and visual memory when administered for 30 days at doses of 225 or 400mg.

A study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology identified neuroprotective phytoconstituents of ashwagandha ...

Scientists create protein-based gel that can absorb supersonic projectile impacts

December 22, 2022 -

The breakthrough study conducted by United Kingdom's University of Kent researchers, led by Professors Ben Goult and Jen Hiscock, indicated that the protective material known as talin could ensure the safety of military and police personnel, as well as guard airplanes and spacecraft against flying debris.

Named TSAM (Talin Shock Absorbing Materials), this novel protein-based family of materials represents the first known example of a synthetic biology material capable ...

From womb to tomb: “Forever chemicals” can be passed on to babies during pregnancy

December 02, 2022 - biochemistry at the University of Notre Dame. However, Peaslee noted that the facial coverings are worn regularly and then disposed of regularly – leading to more PFAS in the environment and raising exposure levels for the public.

Using mass spectrometry, the researchers tested nine types of face masks for PFAS. Those tested included six reusable cloth masks, along with a surgical mask, an N95 mask and a heat-resistant mask meant for firefighters.

They drew ...

Plant-based power: The science-backed health benefits of pine nuts

April 24, 2023 -

There are 20 species of pine trees that produce pine seeds. Pines, like most conifers, may not produce edible pine nuts until they are 10 or 15 years old and significantly longer for production to reach its peak, according to Michigan State University.

Pine nuts, then need to be extracted as seeds and the second shells must be removed before they’re ready to eat. (Related: Did you know pine trees can be used as food, medicine and survival equipment?)

Here are eight ...

Fruit of known invasive weed found to boost collagen production, prevent skin aging

May 03, 2023 -

Cocklebur commonly grows in backyards in the United States. According to the study, the weed's spiky fruit could not only help reduce damage caused by ultraviolet (UV) rays, but it could also help wounds heal faster.

The researchers presented their findings at the annual meeting of the American Society For Biochemistry And Molecular Biology in Seattle.Cocklebur fruit extracts found to boost collagen production

The research team reported that extracts of the ...

SUICIDE SCIENCE: Boston University creates new chimeric COVID bioweapon with 80% KILL RATE… has humanity learned NOTHING?

October 18, 2022 -

"The revelation exposes how dangerous virus manipulation research continues to go on even in the US, despite fears similar practices may have started the pandemic," writes the UK Daily Mail, which also quotes two experts warning of the potentially devastating consequences if this strain is "accidentally" (on purpose) released onto the world:

Professor Shmuel Shapira, a leading scientist in the Israeli Government, said: 'This should be totally forbidden, it's playing ...

FDA declares lab-grown chicken ‘safe to eat’ — but scientists, food safety advocates have questions

November 18, 2022 - biochemistry and therefore composition. And included in that chain-altered composition could be the unintended production of toxins and allergens,” including in food for human consumption.

Robinson and Antoniou also raised ethical concerns regarding CRISPR. “These unexpected effects of CRISPR are very well recognized,” Robinson said. “They’re written about in the scientific literature.”

“Scientists know that these things are not ready yet to go into clinical ...

Prevent violence by treating behavior disorders with biochemistry

December 21, 2012 - printable article

Prevent violence by treating behavior disorders with biochemistry

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Prevent violence by treating behavior disorders with biochemistry

December 21, 2012 - Prevent violence by treating behavior disorders with biochemistry

Friday, December 21, 2012 by: Talya DaganTags: behavior disorders, biochemistry, violence

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Immune system intelligence: Your biochemistry “morphs” to defend against new parasites

November 11, 2017 -

Scientists from the University of East Anglia, U.K. and Dalhousie University, Canada looked at the immune genes of the guppy fish (Poecilia reticulata) known as the Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC genes), to determine how they adapt to survive.

Lead study author Dr. Jackie Lighten from UEA said: "Guppies are a small, colorful fish native to South America, Trinidad and Tobago. They are a fantastic model for researching the ecology and evolution of vertebrates."

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