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. . . .

A multi can not only make you feel better, it can also make you feel happier. . . .
  

These alarming numbers come from a ten year study by the National Institute of Health that followed 545,653 people between the ages of 50 and 71. People eating as little as about 4-5 ounces of beef, pork or processed meat a day significantly increased their risk of dying during the ten year study. . . .

This study of 8,964 people looked at the connection between eating junk food and developing depression. It found that . . . 

This double-blind, placebo-controlled study compared the herb boswellia, standardized for 30% AK boswellic acid, to a placebo in 75 people with mild to moderate osteoarthritis of the knee. And the results were amazing. . . . 

People with ulcerative colitis were given either boswellia resin, boswellia extract or the drug sulfasalazine. The herb worked as well or better than the drug. . . . 

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