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Five Reasons to Start Eating More Papaya

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Cancer, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Heart Disease, Longevity, Skin Cancer, Skincare, Top 5's by INH Research0 Comments

You might think this tropical fruit is rare or exotic. But papayas are widely available across the U.S. And that’s very good news. Ancient healers used papaya to treat everything from upset stomach to burns.1 With good reason.

Here are five reasons to start eating more papaya.

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Five Vital Reasons to Get More Zinc as you Age

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40% of seniors in the U.S. are zinc deficient.1

It’s not surprising… As you age, your ability to absorb zinc declines.2 This means the older you get, the more of it you need. You might have to go a little out of your way to get enough of it. But it’s worth the effort. Zinc is a major supporter of your immune system.

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This Powerful Compound May Help Prevent Cervical Cancer

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As a Health Watch reader, you may already know about this compound. It’s what makes shiitake mushrooms a widely-studied weapon in the battle against cancer.

The substance is active hexose correlated compound (AHCC). It may help people with liver cancer live longer. Now new research shows that it does much more than that.

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This Common Joint Supplement Can Add Years to Your Life

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It’s one of the most important substances for keeping your cartilage intact. But new research from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology found that it offers a surprising benefit: It may help you live longer.

Now most people take this supplement to support their joints. Decades of study shows it helps reduce wear and tear of cartilage that comes with age…improve mobility…maintain the cushioning fluid between your joints…and supports flexibility.

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This Wild Flower Preserves Your Bones

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Most people don’t realize it, but osteoporosis actually affects both men and women. It’s just that women are at a higher risk. And they get it earlier than men. In the five years following menopause, women can lose up to 20 percent of their total bone mass.1

You can’t control the biggest risk factor: your age.2 But osteoporosis is a condition that you can treat naturally.

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