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Fatigue fighter
Bioenergy Life Science has announced preliminary findings indicating that Bioenergy Ribose may lessen fatigue among baby boomers. The results were presented at the Scripps Integrative Conference.
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Folic acid cuts pre-term births
Taking folic acid supplements for a year before conception reduces the risk of premature birth by at least 50 per cent. Shorter courses of the supplement were not as effective, according to a study of nearly 35,000 women that was reported in the journal PLoS Medicine.
Pre-term births account for about 12 percent of all deliveries in the United States and are associated with vision impairment, mental retardation and cerebral palsy in children, as well as diabetes and cardiovascular disease later in life. The earlier the delivery, the higher the risk of complications.
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Blueberries for the heart, too
What's good for the brain is also good for the heart — a blueberry-enriched diet protects the heart muscle from damage in animal models. Blueberries appear to act as both an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent providing a protective effect against cardiovascular damage.
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Brighter days ahead
NeuroBright, a patent-pending, nutritional supplement composed of a botanical blend along with RBC Life Sciences' branded Microhydrin antioxidant, improved test subjects' learning and memory skills by 50 per cent during a recent laboratory trial.
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