Integrative Medicine Alert – October 1, 2018
October 1, 2018
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A prospective, cohort study of health professionals conducted over 24 years revealed no significant association between long-term consumption of gluten and the risk of coronary artery disease in both adult men and women with no history of coronary artery disease.
After rigorous evaluation using multiple statistics, an inverse relationship between coffee intake and all-cause mortality was demonstrated consistently across the racial/ethnic groups examined.
The term “adaptogen” appears to have been coined by Russian researchers in the 1950s to describe medicinal botanicals with the potential to increase stamina and survival in stressful environments.This article summarizes the results from a literature search on more clinical studies on several adaptogens used to improve athletic performance.