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Vol #5 Issue #22
Oct 14, 2007
Resveratrol May be The Most Powerful Antiaging Supplement Discovered in the Last Decade
Eat This to Crack Down on Diabetes
How to Buy Organic Without Breaking the Bank
The Truth about CoQ10 and Statins
Bill Proposes Drug Companies to Disclose Gifts to Doctors
Not Again! More Dangers from Diabetes Drugs

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Resveratrol May be The Most Powerful Antiaging Supplement Discovered in the Last Decade

Resveratrol may be the answer to the long-sought after goal of extending the healthy human life span. Numerous studies have been conducted on the possible health benefits of Resveratrol. Recent findings are being hailed as groundbreaking by scientists who study aging, including:

Resveratrol has been proven to fight cancer in vitro at all three stages: initiation, promotion and progression.
Resveratrol has been found to be the first molecule to delay the aging process across a vastly diverse array of organisms.
Adding Resveratrol to the diets of fruit flies, worms, yeast and a species of fish increased their life spans by 70%, 29%, 24%, & 50%, respectively.
Resveratrol inhibits blood platelet aggregation which can lead to dangerous clots that cause heart attacks and strokes.
Mice that were fed Resveratrol in their diet had 100% more endurance than mice not fed Resveratrol (i.e., they were able to run twice as long on a treadmill).
Resveratrol made fat-related deaths drop 31% in obese mice. The Resveratrol-fed obese mice also performed much better in movement and agility tests than obese mice not fed Resveratrol.
Resveratrol is a powerful antioxidant that can help prevent cell damage caused by free radicals (free radicals are unstable atoms caused, in part, by pollution, sunlight, and our bodies' natural burning of fat that can lead to cancer, aging, and brain degeneration).

Resveratrol and Your Longevity
Four separate longevity studies conducted using Resveratrol demonstrated significant enhancements to life spans. Resveratrol appears to work as a powerful antioxidant, helping to quench free radical damage in the body. It has a unique mechanism of action that may prove to have significant life extending properties. Resveratrol also appears to protect DNA from free radical damage and can play an important role in protecting cells from malignant transformation.

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Eat This to Crack Down on Diabetes

Nutritionists have long praised nuts as a super food, thanks to their healthy fats, high protein and mineral riches. A new study published in Diabetes Care shows they’re helpful for diabetics, too.

In the study, diabetic patients were assigned to one of three different diets: a low-fat diet, a modified low-fat diet, or a modified low-fat diet that included an ounce of walnuts per day. After six months, the participants on the walnut diet had a greater increase in their HDL-to-total cholesterol ratio than the other groups, as well as a 10% reduction in their LDL cholesterol.

Because having diabetes greatly increases the risk for heart disease and stroke, keeping cholesterol levels in check is particularly important for diabetics.

To get these benefits, enjoy an ounce of walnuts a day (about 10 halves). Try adding chopped walnuts to your morning cereals, toss them in to your salads, or enjoy them right out of the shell.

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How to Buy Organic Without Breaking the Bank

According to a policy analyst with Consumer Report’s Greener Choices, organic produce, meat, and dairy products can cost anywhere from 50 to 100% more than their conventional counterparts. Despite this fact, consumers are increasingly turning to organic products.

According to the market research firm Hartman Group, more than 70% of consumers now have at least one organic product on their shopping lists.
Yahoo Finance shares these five tips for going organic for less:

1. Prioritize – Organic apples, beef, and spinach, for example, give you more bang for your buck than other produce because their conventionally grown counterparts are heavily laden with pesticides and other harmful additives. Seafood, cosmetics, and cleaning products, on the other hand, can be labeled “organic” without meeting the same USDA requirements imposed on vegetables and meats.

2. Consider alternatives – Organic meats, eggs, and dairy products are some of the priciest, but you can find antibiotic- or hormone-free varieties, giving you at least part of the organic benefit.

3. Look for sales – Organic food is frequently put on sale, so look for coupons and discounts advertised in store circulars.

4. Turn to local farmers, and buy in season – Local farmer’s markets and community-supported agriculture programs (CSA’s) are great places for organic produce, and buying fruits and vegetables in season will help reduce your cost, as pricing is more competitive during these times.

5. Consider generics – Many supermarkets are now adding their own organic lines to their private labels, pushing your cost down.

---Yahoo Finance, July 18, 2007.

The Truth about CoQ10 and Statins

The benefits of CoQ10 are numerous, and it is one of the most important compounds for maintaining proper functioning of the heart. A deficiency of CoQ10 (CoEnzyme Q10) can lead to various types of heart disease, among other serious health conditions.

What is CoQ10 and why is it so important?
CoQ10 is a naturally occurring compound found in the body and a powerful antioxidant. It is a coenzyme similar to a vitamin and, as such, assists in various internal processes.

Specifically, CoQ10 plays an essential role in the production of cellular energy. Without this energy, your cells cannot function. The heart requires huge amounts of energy to function, which is why CoEnzyme Q10 is such an important compound. The benefits of CoQ10 are crucial and essential to maintaining cardiovascular health.

The Link Between CoQ10 and Statins.
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Bill Proposes Drug Companies to Disclose Gifts to Doctors

Senators Herb Kohl, D-Wis., and Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, have introduced a bill to require drug companies to disclose the gifts made to doctors in an effort to avoid undue influence on the prescribing of treatments.

The Physicians Payments Sunshine Act would require all pharmaceutical and biological drug and device manufacturers to disclose any payment to a doctor valued at more than $25. The payments to be reported would include not just money, but also speaking fees, trips and other such gifts.

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Not Again! More Dangers from Diabetes Drugs

Two more studies published in the prominent medical journal, JAMA, have raised questions about the safety of both Avandia and Actos, two popular diabetes medications.

Earlier this year, a combined analysis of more than 40 studies, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that Avandia, made by GlaxoSmithKline, doubled the risks of heart failure and raised the risks of heart attack by 42%. This finding was corroborated by yet another combined analysis by researchers from Wake Forest University. This time they limited the analysis to four long-term studies. The findings were almost identical, and Dr. Sonal Singh, co-author of the study, said the FDA should consider withdrawing Avandia from the market.

“If you use Avandia to treat patients with type 2 diabetes,” Singh said, “their chance of getting heart failure due to Avandia is one in 30, and their risk of having a heart attack is one in 220. All due to the drug.”

Additionally, a second study by researchers at the Cleveland Clinic found that Actos, a similar drug made by Takeda, actually lowered the risks of heart attacks, strokes, and death by about 20% but, like Avandia, also raised the risks of heart failure.