by Richard Malik, ND
The standard of care is clear: Drugs that interfere with the formation of active tamoxifen metabolites are important to consider and relevant to patient care, but genetic polymorphisms that do the same are not.
by Natural Standard
Activated charcoal is a carbon-rich material that has been processed to have an increased surface area. It is widely used for treating drug overdoses and poisonings, but it also has been studied for many stomach disorders, including diarrhea, gas, and indigestion. In this monograph, Natural Standard offers a thorough review of all the research on activated charcoal's health effects.
by Douglas MacKay, ND
Compared with men in the lowest quartile of total long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, men in the highest quartile had a 44% increased risk for low-grade prostate cancer, a 71% increased risk for high-grade prostate cancer, and a 43% increased risk for all grades of prostate cancer.
by Heather Hausenblas, PhD
At the end of the 6-week intervention, the men in the resveratrol group had a significant decrease in tumor necrosis factor-α and interleukin 6 compared to the placebo control group.
by Setareh Tais, ND
After the 8-week myo-inositol treatment, there was a significant reduction in LH/FSH ratio, FSH, prolactin, androstenedione, testosterone, insulin, and BMI compared to baseline; there was also a significant increase in the glucose/insulin ratio.
by Benjamin Lynch, ND
Comparing placebo versus the B-vitamin complex intervention, the group receiving the B-vitamin complex demonstrated significant reduction of overall brain atrophy. When looking at just the placebo group, those with homocysteine levels above the median had greater gray matter atrophy than those with homocysteine levels below the median.