Posts from October 2010

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Studies have shown that eating foods that are rich in vitamins and antioxidants lower the chances of heart and blood vessel diseases; but what about supplements. A large meta-analysis involving over 300,000 patients was reported in the website of the British Medical Journal (http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.f10) This study showed no benefit of supplemental vitamins and antioxidants in […]

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vailant servisi  For decades you have been taught by medical professionals that fruit was not to be eaten except in very small amounts if you have diabetes. This “flies in the face” of God’s Word which says, “And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of […]

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Inspiration instructs us, “Far too much sugar is ordinarily used in food. Cakes, sweet puddings, pastries, jellies, jams, are active causes of indigestion. Especially harmful are the custards and puddings in which milk, eggs, and sugar are the chief ingredients. The free use of milk and sugar taken together should be avoided.” (MH 301)  White sugar […]

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Last week the detrimental effects of calcium intake above 1400 mg/day in men was related; but what about women? “In a study on the website of JAMA Internal Medicine, (http://viajwat.ch/100OoLL), researchers evaluated baseline calcium intake—including dietary recall and calcium supplements and calcium-containing antacids and multivitamins in nearly 400,000 patients with an average age of 61.  About half of the […]

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The benefits of exercise on the immune system, cardiovascular system, musculoskeletal system and respiratory system are well known and have been covered in previous Pearls for Health. But is exercise good for the brain? An October 23, 2012 issue of the journal Neurology, states that it is. Scottish researchers did MRI studies on seven hundred 70 year olds […]