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Brain-Saving Benefits of a Healthy Diet

Brain-Saving Benefits of a Healthy Diet Benefits of a Healthy Diet and Human Growth Hormone Whereas a number of previous studies on the link between diet and dementia have mainly focused on the impact of single dietary components, Marjo Eskelinen, from the University of Eastern Finland (Finland) surveyed 1,449 men and women, ages 39 to…

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Almonds Aid Digestive Health

Almonds Aid Digestive Health       Digestive Health and Human Growth Hormone Prebiotics are compounds that help to promote “good bacteria” (probiotics) in the gastrointestinal tract, with which a wide variety of beneficial health effects are associated.  Zhibin Liu, from Fuzhou University (China), and colleagues enrolled 48 healthy men and women, ages 18 to…

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Watermelon Extract Lowers Blood Pressure

Watermelon Extract Lowers Blood Pressure Watermelon Extract Lowers Blood Pressure and HGH   Recent study results suggest that watermelon may help to lower blood pressure in people who are obese. Arturo Figueroa, an associate professor in nutrition, food, and exercise sciences at Florida State University, and colleagues carried out a 12-week study focused on 13…

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Coffee May Protect Against Cirrhosis

Coffee May Protect Against Cirrhosis        Healthy Food and Human Growth Hormone According to the World Health Organization, liver cirrhosis is the 11th leading cause of death in the US. However, recent study results suggest that drinking two or more cups of coffee each day may dramatically reduce the risk of dying from…

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Cocoa Compounds May Prevent Weight Gain

Cocoa Compounds May Prevent Weight Gain Human Growth Hormone and weight loss Cocoa has been linked to numerous health benefits over the last few years, and now researchers have identified compounds that may help to prevent both weight gain and diabetes. Andrew P Neilson and colleagues fed groups of mice different diets, including high-fat and low-fat…

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Morning Sun Promotes Weight Loss

Morning Sun Promotes Weight Loss       Weight Loss and Human Growth Hormone Exposing yourself to sunlight in the morning may aid weight loss, new research suggests. Phyllis C Zee, M.D., Benjamin and Virginia T Boshes Professor of Neurology and director of the Northwestern Medicine Sleep and Circadian Rhythms Research Program at Northwestern University…

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Respiratory Disease Raises Cognitive Risks

Respiratory Disease Raises Cognitive Risks       Healthy Eating and Human Growth Hormone Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) refers to a group of diseases that cause airflow blockage and breathing-related problems. It includes emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and in some cases asthma.  Michelle M. Mielke, from the Mayo Clinic (Minnesota, USA), and colleagues completed an…

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A Recipe to Achieve Healthy Weight

A Recipe to Achieve Healthy Weight Exercise and Human Growth Hormone Exercise scientists at the University of Arkansas (Arkansas, USA) have identified a novel interaction between food, exercise, and total energy expenditure.  Ashley Binns and colleagues assessed 10 college-age women of normal body weight, who were categorized as “recreationally active” – subjects normally exercised at…

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Salt Takes a Toll on Youth & Teen Health

Salt Takes a Toll on Youth & Teen Health Healthy Diet and Human Growth Hormone Telomeres are the end caps of chromosomes, protecting the DNA complexes from deterioration during cell division. Telomere shortening is considered a marker of cellular aging, and prematurely shortened telomeres have been linked to increased risk of cancers, heart disease, dementia…

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Fruits & Veggies Boost Women’s Cardiovascular Health

Fruits & Veggies Boost Women’s Cardiovascular Health       Women’s Cardiovascular Health and Human Growth Hormone Previous studies have reported that middle-aged adults whose diet consists of a high proportion of fruits and vegetables are less likely to have a heart attack or stroke.  Michael D. Miedema, from the Minneapolis Heart Institute (Minnesota, USA),…

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