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  • A naturally-occurring molecule shows promise as effective first-line treatment for prostate cancer (Carnosine)

    Scientists wanted to investigate the anti-cancer properties of carnosine against cells derived from both primary and metastatic prostate cancer. Carnosine, which can be produced by the body and is also found in meat, has long been advocated for use as an antioxidant to facilitate healthy aging. There have been reports of carnosine being effective against the development of a number of different cancers but this is the first time it has been studied in relation to prostate cancer. The researchers found that carnosine stopped the cells from multiplying and at higher doses even killed cancer from both primary and metastatic...
  • The Healing Benefits of Red Meat

    12/01/2022 5:10:25 AM PST · by Red Badger · 29 replies ^ | November 30, 2022 | Staff
    Story at-a-glance: * A carnivore or meat-only diet can be uniquely beneficial for some people, especially those struggling with autoimmune diseases, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, chronic pain and mental health disorders * It can also be used as a detox strategy for three to 12 months * One of the primary benefits of a carnivore diet — as long as you focus on red meat and limit chicken and pork — is that it’s a really low in omega-6 fat, which is the most harmful type of fat and a primary driver of chronic disease * You’re also removing most...
  • Molecule could prevent damaging cell changes caused by type 2 diabetes and obesity (Carnosine “significantly” helped)

    10/19/2021 1:36:11 PM PDT · by ConservativeMind · 35 replies
    Medical XPress / Free Radical Biology and Medicine ^ | Oct. 19, 2021 | Charlie Jr Lavilla et al
    A large proportion of the damaging chemical changes which occur in the body's cells due to diabetes and obesity could be prevented by a naturally occurring molecule, a new study suggests. In type 2 diabetes, when glucose stays in the blood it is not used as fuel for energy and can instead lead to toxic molecules forming. Scientists at Nottingham Trent University investigated how this "metabolic stress," resulting from prolonged exposure to high levels of glucose and fat, damages proteins in the blood and cells and prevents them from working properly. The researchers, writing in the journal Free Radical Biology...