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The Buckler Brief
Posted By Elliott On March 6, 2007 @ 3:00 pm In Health,Supplements | Comments Disabled
Happy Tuesday, Apples. I’m back with a new format for the Buckler Brief that I think you will enjoy. Each week, I’ll be bringing you a quick wrap-up of the latest clinical studies on the natural health benefits (and sometimes bogus claims) of things like supplements, antioxidants and foods. Get healthy: know your nutrients!
Controlling both blood sugar and oxidative stress  may be more effective for those with type 1 diabetes than controlling blood sugar alone. In this study, antioxidant vitamin C was shown to help.
Moderation really is the key to good health. In a study on caffeine , scientists found that a little daily dose of caffeine is good for you. Like wine, you can get too much of a good thing, so stick to one or two cups of coffee or tea per day. This is great news for Starbucks.
“The Dish on Fish”. I enjoyed this thoroughly-researched medical article on Omega-3 fatty acids. Though it’s not available for free, the findings are: the scientists concluded that the benefits of fish far outweigh the risks . Benefits include reduced bad cholesterol, increased good cholesterol, and reduced risk of heart disease. I recommend taking a daily Omega-3 supplement if you are concerned about consuming fish too frequently. And remember, when you eat fish, don’t go for the breaded, fried kind! Stick with grilled or baked fish.
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 Primal Blueprint 101: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/primal-blueprint-101/
 Controlling both blood sugar and oxidative stress: http://www.vitasearch.com/get-clp-summary/36119
 study on caffeine: http://www.mdlinx.com/heartlinx/news-article.cfm/1766878
 benefits of fish far outweigh the risks: http://www4.infotrieve.com/newmedline/detail.asp?NameID=17328140&Session=&searchQuery=omega+3&count=10159
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