iHealthTube Natural Health News for Nov. 2

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Hi and welcome to this week’s edition of natural health news on iHealthTube…

More good news for resveratrol…

A new study indicates that the natural compound found in grapes and red wine can address a hormone imbalance in women that’s associated with polycystic ovary syndrome….A condition that affects how a woman’s ovaries work… 

The study showed that resveratrol lowered PCOS patients levels of testosterone as well as one other hormone… and that can help moderate the hormone imbalance that is one of the key features of PCOS.

And more good news for those who take the supplements glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate… a recent study in the International Journal of Cancer indicated that regular users of the supplements had a 23 percent lower risk of developing colon cancer.  

While the supplements are more known for supporting joint issues, studies have shown the compounds may have anti-inflammatory properties…. inflammation is a suspected player in colon cancer.

And finally… researchers in Australia found that children with vitamin D deficiencies were more likely to develop asthma and other allergies later in life…

The author of the study said the findings showed that vitamin D plays an important role in regulating the immune system as well as supporting healthy lung development.

The study tracked vitamin d levels in selected kids from birth to age 10 and found the children were at high risk of developing the conditions as they grew older if they lacked vitamin D at a young age.


Get the latest from the natural health world this week! Learn about amazing new benefits with resveratrol, as well as glucosamine. Also find out what one recent study indicated when it comes to kids and vitamin D levels

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