The latest issue of the Natural Medicine Journal features a Natural Standard evidence-based review on resveratrol.
Resveratrol is a natural compound that is found in more than 70 plant species, including nuts, grapes, pine trees, and certain vines, as well as in red wine. It is thought to play a role in preventing heart disease. Much research has focused on the potential health benefits of resveratrol due to the "French paradox," the finding that death rates from heart disease are lower in France, where red wine consumption is common.
The Natural Medicine Journal is an open-access, peer-reviewed e-journal for integrative healthcare practitioners, as well as students and faculty who focus on the field of natural medicine. The monthly journal and website provide scientifically-valid, clinically-relevant information.
The March issue features the following articles:
Resveratrol: Examining the Research by Natural Standard
Dietary Glycemic Load and Colon Cancer by Laura Perkowski, ND, and Katherine Neubauer, ND, FABNO
Acupuncture in Treating Cancer-Related Fatigue by Carl Hangee-Bauer, ND, LAc
Effects of Lactobacilli Suppositories on Vaginal Ecology During Pregnancy by Jaclyn Chasse, ND
Addressing Underlying Anxiety in Today's Patient Population Sponsored by Integrative Therapeutics
A Novel Way to Identify Food Intolerance: Interview with Dr Walter Crinnion Sponsored by Enzyme Science
Dietary Choline Increases Prostate Cancer Deaths by Jacob Schor, ND, FABNO
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