Licorice has long been known to be a promising herb for hepatitis and cirrhosis and to protect the liver from damage from Tylenol. But, despite its effectiveness for the liver, it has received little attention as a liver herb.
   Recently, though, researchers gave sixty-six people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, a very common condition that can lead to cirrhosis, either 2g of licorice extract or a placebo for two months in a double-blind study. . . .
  

When you put together all the research on diet and prostate cancer, what do you find? . . . 

Can taking a multivitamin strengthen your memory? It seems so. Researchers conducted a meta-analysis of studies that looked at healthy adults taking a multivitamin and measured cognition. . . .

Ginger is well know as an antinausea herb that is amazing for the nausea of pregnancy. But here is another reason why women should know about this great herb. . . . 

Researchers conducted a meta-analysis of twenty-nine studies to see what effect supplementing vitamin C had on blood pressure. . . . 

In this double-blind, placebo-controlled study, forty-two women who suffered at least three hot flashes a day were given either 300mg of St. John's wort or a placebo three times a day for three months. . . . 

This huge study of 6,814 Americans between the ages of 45 and 84, found that, despite the affluence of western culture, we still may not be getting our basic daily allowance of crucial nutrients. The study found a strong correlation between taking supplements and meeting the RDA's. . . . 

When sixty people between the ages of fifty and sixty were given either ginger or a placebo for two months in a double-blind study, . . . 

Maybe it is true that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. . . . 

A huge new Swedish study has found that the popular low carb, high protein weight loss diets are bad for your heart. . . .

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