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Magnesium: a new anti-inflammatory?

Magnesium has until now been mainly known as an essential mineral for nervous system balance, cardiovascular regulation, muscle function and bone health. Now it seems this mineral offers yet more benefits for human health - at least that’s what was suggested by the results of a meta-analysis published in the...
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The liver: the hepatoprotective effects of curcumin

You’re no doubt familiar with the health benefits of turmeric. In addition to being a cooking ingredient, the plant Curcuma longa L. is widely used in phytotherapy – and with good cause, since it contains a powerful active principle called curcumin. Scientists believe this substance has remarkable therapeutic benefits including...
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Le PEA, the universal natural painkiller

Better known as PEA, palmitoylethanolamide is a natural and powerful active principle discovered in 1957. Since then, it has consistently been the subject of new scientific papers, and with good cause, since this molecule plays a key role in the body’s inflammation and pain processes. PEA offers anti-inflammatory properties and...
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Cabbage: a mine of health benefits

Green cabbage, red cabbage, white cabbage, curly kale, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts … cabbages come in a multitude of varieties, but for some reason, we often underestimate their benefits for our health. The truth is, they are veritable health foods. Packed with vitamins and active compounds, cabbages’ many virtues have been...
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The untold virtues of mushrooms

140,000 – that’s the number of different mushrooms thought to exist in the world. 1 . Yet only 10% are currently known and defined by the scientific community. Certain mushrooms stand out because of their particular flavour, and are much prized in the culinary world, while others have been valued...
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