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Benjamin Brown
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Ben is a naturopath, science writer and speaker.
Ben is a naturopath, science writer and speaker.

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In a diet-swap study a traditional African diet reversed several markers of bowel cancer risk within just 2-weeks, while a modern American diet increased risk.

http://www.timeforwellness.org/blog-view/traditional-diet-transforms-gut-health-468

An important new 20-year study has found large reductions in breast cancer risk with higher intakes of carotenoids, the pigments that give dark green, red, yellow and orange vegetables their rich colors.

http://www.timeforwellness.org/blog-view/vibrant-vegetables-significantly-prevent-breast-466

A simple magnesium supplement can improve blood sugar and may prevent diabetes in people at high risk, according to the first study of magnesium in prediabetes.

http://www.timeforwellness.org/blog-view/magnesium-for-diabetes-prevention-472

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A remarkable new study found that infants who received probiotics during the first 6-months of life were less likely to develop attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and Asperger syndrome.

http://www.timeforwellness.org/blog-view/probiotics-cut-risk-of-asperger-syndrome-and-adhd-469

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A revolutionary call for modern psychiatry to acknowledge the limitations of drug therapy and adopt dietary and nutritional supplement-based approaches has been published in the leading journal, The Lancet Psychiatry.

http://www.timeforwellness.org/blog-view/nutritional-medicine-as-mainstream-in-psychiatry-474

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Julia Rucklidge is a pioneering clinician and researcher on the effect of nutrition for better mental health, watch her brilliant talk: http://youtu.be/3dqXHHCc5lA

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Dr Leo Galland on "Planet You" and the gut-bacteria-brain connection: http://youtu.be/2ZtpXJP3Dyg

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The Digestive Health Solution, coming soon:

http://www.thedigestivehealthsolution.com/home.html

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Milk bad for bones & lowers longevity, but not fermented foods

A fascinating new study has found that regularly drinking milk is associated with increased oxidative stress, inflammation, more bone fractures and a shorter life span. But the reverse was true for fermented dairy products

http://www.timeforwellness.org/blog-view/milk-bad-for-bones-lowers-longevity-but-not-435

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CoQ10 improves survival in heart failure

The first study of its kind suggests that CoQ10 may be an important treatment for people with heart failure, with a reduction in cardiovascular death of 43%.

http://www.timeforwellness.org/blog-view/coq10-improves-survival-in-heart-failure-433
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