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News - Juiceland

Vitamin D deficiency found in advanced cancer patients - 04 October 2011

People who have advanced cancer are more likely to have low levels of vitamin D, according to research presented today at the 53rd American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) Annual Meeting.
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$11 Million Patent Infringement Judgment Awarded to Blendtec - June 22 2010

On June 17, 2010, a Federal jury found that Ohio-based Vita-Mix Corporation willfully infringed Blendtec’s patents on its five sided blending jar, and awarded Blendtec $11,008,308 in damages. The award is the largest award in a patent infringement case in several years in the state of Utah.
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Organic food boosts nutritional quality of breast milk - August 9, 2007

A new study, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, showed that organic dairy and meat products in a mother’s diet positively affect the nutritional quality of her breast milk, markedly increasing beneficial fatty acids, reports Organic Monitor.
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Food Allergies -- Do You Have Unexplained Symptoms? - July 2007

Food allergies, which claim the lives of 100 to 200 people and send another 30,000 to the emergency room each year, are on the rise in the United States. In fact, they’ve doubled in the last 15 years, according to this Washington Post article, and now affect 4 percent of adults, and 8 percent of children aged 2 and under.
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Is Tea a Powerful Health Tonic? - July 2007

There are hundreds, perhaps thousands, of scientific papers researching tea, but the results are often split. While one study might find that tea boosts immune function, another often shows no effect. The research is hampered by the fact that most of the studies have examined effects on animals, and little research has been done on the differences between various types of tea.
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Want to Burn More Fat During Exercise? Take a Break - July 2007

Allowing time for a rest period during your workout burns more fat than exercising for one continuous session, according to a Japanese study that could change the way we look at exercise.
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Good Nutrition Can Overcome Bad Genes - July 2007

Scientists in New Zealand are dispelling the common myth that obesity is caused by “bad genes.” In what is referred to as a breakthrough discovery, scientists from Auckland University’s Liggins Institute have discovered that genetic pre-disposition to obesity can be reversed through good nutrition in early childhood.
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What Happens When Your Cholesterol Goes Too Low? - July 2007

People who take statin drugs to lower their cholesterol as much as possible may have a higher risk of cancer, according to a meta-analysis of over 41,000 patient records from 23 statin drug trials.
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GM now organic - June 2007

Organic food can now contain almost 1 per cent genetically modified content, thanks to a new ruling by the EU.
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Juices 'may cut Alzheimer's risk' - September 2006

Fruit juice - The way to ward off Alzheimer's? Drinking fruit and vegetable juices frequently may significantly cut the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, a study suggests. US researchers followed almost 2,000 people for up to 10 years - providing a powerful set of results. They found the risk was 76% lower for those who drank juice more than three times a week, compared with those who drank it less than once a week.
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