Sunday, January 2, 2011

Natural Remedies that Doctors Approved


             Nowadays, there are hundreds of variety of health food and supplements to choose from and most of these supplements were proven effective and does not have any side effect compared to ordinary medicine. However, it is preferable to consult a doctor regarding this issue because only he can decide whats best for your health. We  are not encourage to stop taking the prescribed drug unless the doctor told us to do so.
             Here are some of the best natural remedies that are considered effective:

1.      Garlic. This flavorful herb seasoning is helpful to lower cholesterol in the body. Many studies have found that garlic consumption lessens the LDL (bad) cholesterol within  4 to 12 weeks up to 10%. This 10% reduction of cholesterol in the human body  is enough for a person to stop any forms of medication or consume only less dosage. However, furthermore studies are needed  to confirm about this.

2.      Green Tea. Such tea has the ability to reduce the risk of heart disease and risk of cancer.  Green tea is a good sources of antioxidants specifically the polyphenols as epigallocathechin gallate (EGCG). Usually the study shows that people who consumes three or more cups of tea daily have  35%  chances against the threat of developing heart disease that those who  do not drink tea.

                      The tea either its green or black  also helps protects against many types of cancer. Also  appeared in the study  that people who tend to consume tea on a daily basis lessens the risk of digestive-tract  cancer by up to 68%  and risk of urinary-tract
cancer by up to 40%.


3.      Ginger. Fights against the threat of nausea from motion sickness  and chemotherapy. Exit  study shows that patients undergoing chemotherapy experiences nausea  but can be lessen by up to 40% by consuming ginger. However, ginger is not recommended for pregnant women who experiencing nausea. It is advisable to chew a fresh slice of ginger or make a tea out of it for daily consumption.


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