Most people think that if they could change their lifestyle in some way to insure that they lived cancer-free, on average, they would add many years to their life. But, did you know that if we eliminated ALL cancer in the United States, the average life expectancy would only increase by 3 years? There are, however, some simple things you do that will have a significant impact on the length of your life. Check out what Dr. Oz says will have the biggest impact.
“This is an exciting discovery because, for people at high risk for developing advanced AMD, these dietary supplements are the first effective treatment to slow the progression of the disease,” said Paul A. Sieving, M.D., Ph.D., and Director of the National Eye Institute (NEI).
The FDA has already given their stamp of approval for omega-3’s heart healthy claims, now it appears new research has shed light on their potential as weight – control agents, or more specifically, fat reducers.
“I am not sure which is sweeter, Harvard professing the virtues of vitamins to the world at large or my doctor friend quietly confessing it to me! Well, one thing is for sure: It doesn’t get any clearer than this!"
As part of a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet, soluble fiber has been shown to help LOWER blood CHOLESTEROL. The other type of fiber; insoluble fiber cannot be broken down by human enzymes, so it is passed virtually undissolved through the intestines. Insoluble fiber does NOT lower cholesterol, but it IS IMPORTANT in keeping bowels healthy, preventing constipation and colon cancer.