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Kate Moss has a new passion -- for mangosteen juice. With reputed
and anti-aging benefits, this miracle juice is packed
with powerful antioxidants and vitamin C. An article in LOOK magazine
(a UK publication) that shows Kate Moss looking great after a month
mangosteen. (PDF Format)
Deadly Dangers May Be Lurking In Your
Nearest Pill Bottle (PDF Format)
Time Magazine "The Secret Killer"
surprising link between INFLAMMATION and Heart Attacks, Cancer, Alzheimer's, and other diseases and what you can do to
News Article: Inflammation has been linked
to diseases from Alzheimer's to cancer, and the list just keeps swelling. (PDF Format)
Improving Health Through Nutrition - No
When recommending dietary supplements to persons with health deficiencies, one of
the most common questions we'll hear is, "How fast will this stuff work?"
Researchers are linking inflammation
to an ever-wider array of chronic illnesses. But treatments that block the inflammatory response can backfire. Newsweek (PDF
A Summary of 31 Mangosteen Studies
Narace D. Seudeal, Ph.D. (a Ph.D. in Clinical
Biochemistry) reviewed 31 selections of mangosteen xanthones research articles and condensed the main conclusions in an easy-to-read
format with the least technical jargon possible, yet keeping the integrity of the medical findings intact.
Study on Liver, Stomach and Lung Cancer Treatment with
Paper: Garcinone E, a Xanthone Derivative, has Potent
Cytotoxic Effect Against Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cell Lines (PDF Format)
Optimization of Xanthones for Antimalarial Activity: the
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, January 2002, p.
144-150, Vol. 46, No. 1
Researchers Find Diabetes Trigger, Possible Fix
ARTICLE from The Boston Globe, January 31, 2004
By Raja Mishra, Globe
Staff -- www.Boston.com