Zinc carnosine has been quoted as being three times more effective than the singular ingredients, and has greater ulcer healing effects than cimetidine, a first generation anti-ulcer drug with significant drug-drug interactions.
Cancer is a disease that continues to baffle even the most advanced research institutes. Exhaustive studies continue to be conducted in a desperate attempt to understand the disease and how we may effectively prevent and treat it.
According to the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) the number of global cancers has increased by a fifth in less than a decade to around 12 million new cases each year.
Once viewed as no more than a waste product from cheese manufacturing, extensive research has revealed numerous potential health benefits of humble whey, including cancer prevention and tumour inhibition.
You may been approached by concerned patients in the last few months asking whether they should stop taking their vitamins because of something worrying they have seen in the news.
Diet optimisation offers an adjunctive strategy that can improve both quality of life and outcomes during conventional cancer treatment.
A cup of tea is often associated with a sense of calm. L-theanine, a unique free amino acid naturally present in tea (Camellia sinensis), is likely the compound contributing most significantly to this.
In 2014, Volkan Sayin and other Swedish researchers claimed that vitamin E and N-acetyl-cysteine supplements could increase lung cancer in smokers.