166 results found for: Inflammation

Essential nutrients suppress inflammation by modulating key inflammatory gene expression

V. Ivanov, J. Cha, S. Ivanova, T. Kalinovsky, M.W. Roomi, M. Rath, A. Niedzwiecki International Journal of Molecular Medicine 2008; 22(6): 731-741 Chronic inflammation is a […]

Micronutrients inhibit growth and inflammation factors in human leukemia cells

A new scientific publication from the Dr. Rath Research Institute, now available in the Experimental  Oncology journal, increases our understanding of how micronutrients can work in […]

Higher Zinc Levels May Decrease Inflammation In HIV-Positive People

Towards A World Without AIDS A new study has found that zinc deficiency may contribute to chronic inflammation in people who are HIV-positive. Examining 311 HIV-positive […]

Omega-3 fatty acid supplements help reduce inflammation in chronic kidney disease

In a new study published in the Clinical Nutrition journal, Australian scientists show how fatty acid supplements can help reduce inflammation for people with chronic kidney […]

The Benefits of Micronutrient Synergy in Inflammation

Inflammation is by far the most frequent health problem we face during our lives. It is associated with every infection that occurs in the body, such […]

Study finds turmeric extract may protect against osteoarthritic pain and inflammation

NEWS A new study has found that turmeric extract may have protective effects against osteoarthritis. COMMENT Studies clearly show that natural approaches to osteoarthritis are safer […]

Vitamin D could improve inflammation in type-2 diabetes

NEWS A new systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials has found reduced levels of inflammatory markers in diabetic patients supplemented with vitamin D. COMMENT […]

New Study Finds Fish Oil Omega-3s EPA And DHA Work Differently On Chronic Inflammation

The omega-3 fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) work differently against chronic inflammation, according to the results of a small randomized study, suggesting each has its own important role to play in regulating the immune system.