Monthly Archives: October 2011

Green Tea And Cancer

The content of antioxidants in green tea has long been known to prevent the development of cancer cells. However, a recent study in Japan showed no relationship at all between green tea consumption with risk of breast cancer. Several previous studies mentioned that the consumption of green tea may help protect women from breast Cancer. That’s because the content of polyphenolic compounds contained in green tea can indeed protect against… Read Article →

Olive Oil To Low Risk Of Stroke

Elderly people who consume olive oil have a lower risk of stroke than those who do not consume it, say some researchers. Some scientists at the National Institutes of Health and Medical Research in Bordeaux, France, 7625 following the development of French people aged 65 years and over, from three major cities – Bordeaux, Dijon and Montpellier – for five years. During the study, there were 148 people who had… Read Article →

Grape: anti oxidants and natural anti cancer

Cultivation of grapes has been known in the Middle East since 4000 BC. Only in the year 2500 BC, Egyptians developed the processing technology of wine. Now wine has spread worldwide and is a valuable economic commodity. Approximately 75,866 square kilometer area planted grape in the world. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO, 2009), the ten largest wine producing country in the world are: Italy, PRC, USA, France,… Read Article →

Reducing Wrinkles by Medicine of Herbal and Anti-Aging

Being old is the nature of every human being. However, people sometimes do not want to look old in his old age. It is because people want everything that refreshing and vibrant. All things that have refreshing and powerful spirit are exist when they are young. If you are one who thinks so, then you had better use medicine of herbal and anti aging. The use of medicine of herbal… Read Article →

Soft drinks and Diabetes link

Diabetes or Diabetes mellitus has become a global health problem. If left untreated, diabetes will lead to complications in other diseases, such as heart disease, stroke, kidney failure, to impotence. Christian Dr. Bibbins Domingo, a researcher from the University of California, San Francisco, United States, recently published research results on the incidence of heart disease with soft drink consumption. He said the increasing consumption of soft drinks generally contain high… Read Article →