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The protective effect of bilberries against cardiovascular disease

The bilberry, or to give it its scientific name Vaccinium myrtillus L. , is one of the richest sources of anthocyanins or anthocyanosides 1 . Part of the large family of polyphenols and its flavonoid sub-group, these elements are responsible for bilberry’s blue-black colour as well as it health benefits....
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Cancer: the ubiquitous substances emerging as key drivers

A new European research body has been sounding alarm bells: fertility is continuing to fall dramatically . For 50 years, sperm concentration has been dropping at the alarming rate of almost 2% a year, that’s a cumulative decline of nearly 50% (1) within half a century. What’s more, incidence of...
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Three effective ways of reducing your risk of stroke

If someone close to you has already had a stroke then you’ll know that it’s probably one of the worst things that can happen to you in life . Only 1 in 10 people make a full physical and mental recovery while the remainder suffer disabling effects and almost 40%...
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The genuine risks of ‘eating out’

In order to successfully juggle work, exercise, leisure activities and commuting, many people are no longer choosing to cook in the middle of the day and are instead buying their lunch ‘on the hoof’. They either get something delivered, or buy a ready-meal that they quickly polish off at their...
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Older people take up to 14 drugs a day, some of which serve no useful...

These commonly-prescribed drugs which should be avoided like the plague Almost 150,000 over-65s in France may be taking an average of 14 drugs a day . That’s the staggering conclusion of a study conducted by the OpenHealth Company which endeavours to highlight the absurdities of conventional medicine. According to the...
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