Tag: caffeine

Flaxseeds For Breast Pain

“Flaxseeds for Breast Pain” A study on the effect of flax seed ingestion on the menstrual cycle found a tablespoon a day of ground flax seeds lengthened the luteal phase, meaning flax can delay one’s next period by about a day, and resulted in fewer anovulatory cycles. These are the same kind of improvements in…

By Ewald Bahringer September 28, 2019 3

Coffee and Artery Function

“Coffee and Artery Function” There are dietary guidelines for food, but what about for beverages? A Beverage Guidance Panel was assembled to provide guidance on the relative health and nutritional benefits and risks of various beverage categories. They ranked them from 1 to 6, and water ranked #1. Soda ranked last at #6. Whole milk…

By Ewald Bahringer September 26, 2019 90

Is Coffee good or bad ? | Dr.Michael Greger

Dr. Michael Greger M.D. Physician and New York Times bestselling author “Coffee ” Do coffee-drinkers live longer than non-coffee drinkers? Is it “Wake up and smell the coffee” or “Don’t wake up at all?” The largest study ever conducted on diet and health put that question to the test, examining the association between coffee drinking…

By Ewald Bahringer September 10, 2019 31

Preventing Liver Cancer with Coffee?

“Preventing Liver Cancer with Coffee?” Decades ago, a group of researchers in Norway came upon an unexpected finding. Alcohol consumption was associated with liver inflammation—no surprise, but a strong protective association was found for coffee consumption. These findings were replicated in the U.S. and around the world. Those at risk for liver disease—those who drank…

By Ewald Bahringer September 9, 2019 58

Tea and Artery Function

“Tea and Artery Function” Our endothelium, the inner lining of our blood vessels that controls the function of every artery in our body, appears to play a critical role in a variety of human disorders, including peripheral vascular disease, stroke, heart disease, diabetes, kidney failure, cancer, and blood clots. Unfortunately, endothelial cells only live about…

By Ewald Bahringer September 7, 2019 15