Month: March 2006

Element in Red Pepper Could Inhibit Prostate Cancer Growth

Capsaicin, the compound that gives red pepper its heat, could stop the spread of prostate cancer, claims a new study. Red Pepper and Prostate Cancer “Red chilli pepper has previously been linked to inhibiting the growth of pancreatic cancer cells, and has been suggested to cut fat and energy intake when added to the diet. …

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Fruits & Veggies Losing Their Nutritional Value

Natural Health advocates having been saying for years that depletion of nutrients in the soil is leading to fruits and vegetables that have less nutritional value. Now, this is coming out in the general press: Fruits & Veggies Losing Their Nutritional Value Organic and natural farming techniques can restore the nutritional value to our foods, …

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