Amazines Free Article Archive
www.amazines.com - Sunday, October 21, 2018
Read about the most recent changes and happenings at Amazines.com
Log into your account or register as a new author. Start submitting your articles right now!
Search our database for articles.
Subscribe to receive articles emailed straight to your email account. You may choose multiple categories.
View our newest articles submitted by our authors.
View our most top rated articles rated by our visitors.
* Please note that this is NOT the ARTICLE manager
Add a new EZINE, or manage your EZINE submission.
Add fresh, free web content to your site such as newest articles, web tools, and quotes with a single piece of code!
Home What's New? Submit/Manage Articles Latest Posts Top Rated Article Search
Google
Subscriptions Manage Ezines
CATEGORIES
 Article Archive
 Advertising (133268)
 Advice (160744)
 Affiliate Programs (34733)
 Art and Culture (73616)
 Automotive (145485)
 Blogs (74987)
 Boating (9838)
 Books (17129)
 Buddhism (4122)
 Business (1327914)
 Business News (426289)
 Business Opportunities (366242)
 Camping (10948)
 Career (72724)
 Christianity (15832)
 Collecting (11636)
 Communication (115037)
 Computers (241925)
 Construction (38957)
 Consumer (49620)
 Cooking (17054)
 Copywriting (6567)
 Crafts (18206)
 Cuisine (7532)
 Current Affairs (20367)
 Dating (45758)
 EBooks (19677)
 E-Commerce (48185)
 Education (185089)
 Electronics (83421)
 Email (6389)
 Entertainment (159766)
 Environment (28924)
 Ezine (3038)
 Ezine Publishing (5443)
 Ezine Sites (1552)
 Family & Parenting (110873)
 Fashion & Cosmetics (196370)
 Female Entrepreneurs (11839)
 Feng Shui (130)
 Finance & Investment (310191)
 Fitness (105766)
 Food & Beverages (62803)
 Free Web Resources (7936)
 Gambling (30211)
 Gardening (25056)
 Government (10513)
 Health (628952)
 Hinduism (2156)
 Hobbies (44026)
 Home Business (91542)
 Home Improvement (251194)
 Home Repair (46091)
 Humor (4799)
 Import - Export (5444)
 Insurance (45079)
 Interior Design (29540)
 International Property (3485)
 Internet (190951)
 Internet Marketing (146273)
 Investment (22822)
 Islam (1168)
 Judaism (1357)
 Law (80443)
 Link Popularity (4592)
 Manufacturing (20795)
 Marketing (98719)
 MLM (14136)
 Motivation (18208)
 Music (26993)
 New to the Internet (9475)
 Non-Profit Organizations (4048)
 Online Shopping (129601)
 Organizing (7796)
 Party Ideas (11852)
 Pets (38083)
 Poetry (2234)
 Press Release (12665)
 Public Speaking (5619)
 Publishing (7522)
 Quotes (2407)
 Real Estate (126596)
 Recreation & Leisure (95231)
 Relationships (87415)
 Research (16148)
 Sales (80292)
 Science & Technology (110113)
 Search Engines (23445)
 Self Improvement (153060)
 Seniors (6219)
 Sexuality (35932)
 Small Business (49274)
 Software (82908)
 Spiritual (23440)
 Sports (116452)
 Tax (7657)
 Telecommuting (34073)
 Travel & Tourism (306766)
 UK Property Investment (3117)
 Video Games (13420)
 Web Traffic (11722)
 Website Design (56767)
 Website Promotion (36554)
 World News (1000+)
 Writing (35749)
Author Spotlight
ALFRED MEARS

Former English Teacher; Musician (20+ years); Freelance Writer ...more
SHOVON JOARDER

Shovon Joarder has been working as Freelance Marketing Project Manager for over four years. He also ...more
DAYA MUKHERJEE

Daya Mukherjee is a Senior Content Writer and Editor working for a Remote Staffing Outsourcing compa...more
MARC DESCHAMPS

Marc Deschamps is a professional content creator and digital marketing entrepreneur. He runs a numbe...more
ALEN OWEN

I am an essay writer with vast experience in data analysis, PowerPoint writing and research paper ed...more


Cancer Prevention from Cherries by Adrian Joele






Cancer Prevention from Cherries by
Article Posted: 07/26/2018
Article Views: 174
Articles Written: 191
Word Count: 843
Article Votes: 0
AddThis Social Bookmark Button

Cancer Prevention from Cherries


 
Health,Food & Beverages
The hard little pits from cherries give a bit more work to eat than most other fruits. But research suggests that this fruit, which contains a compound called perillyl alcohol, is worth the bother.

According to Michael Gould, PhD, professor of oncology and medical physics at the University of Wisconsin Medical School in Madison, “perillyl alcohol is about the best thing we’ve ever seen for curing mammary cancer in laboratory animals” In fact, it shows so much promise that it’s being tried in cancer patients at the University of Wisconsin.

Perillyl alcohol belongs to a group of compounds called monoterpenes. Limonene, which is found in the peel of citrus fruits, also belongs to this family. These compounds have been shown in studies to block the formation of a variety of cancers, including those of the breasts, lungs, stomach, liver, and skin. Expectations from perillyl alcohol are high, mainly because it is 5 to 10 times more potent than limonene, which itself has been proven to be very effective.

It’s not yet known how much perillyl alcohol there is in cherries, but even a small amount of the compound probably has some beneficial effects. So cherries, when eaten as part of a well-rounded diet, can play a small but important role in helping the body ward off cancer.

Vitamin C + In addition to exotic new compounds, cherries also contain a variety of antioxidants. Researchers have found that 1 cup of sweet cherries has more than twice as many antioxidants as green tea.

Additionally, a half-cup of sour cherries has 5 mg vitamin C, about 8% of the Daily Value (DV) for this vitamin. Sour cherries also provide vitamins A and E, and more than in sweet cherries.

The vitamin E in cherries is of particular interest, since one study of postmenopausal women found that those who consumed the most vitamin E had the least risk of heart disease. And there was an interesting twist. The women who got their vitamin E naturally- solely from food -had less risk than women who were taking vitamin E supplements.

The problem with vitamin E is that it is difficult to get the DV of 30 IU from food alone. In facts, the only foods with a lot of vitamin E are high-fat cooking oil and nuts, but you can’t eat a lot of them. Cherries are one of the better food sources for vitamin E.

Finally, cherries contain a compound called quercitin.Like vitamin C and other antioxidants quercitin helps to prevent damage caused by free radicals.

Relief from gout and other forms of arthritis Folklore is full of stories about people who relieved the agonizing pain of gout by eating cherries or drinking cherry juice daily. Although the Arthritis Foundation still says that there’s no absolute evidence to suggest that cherries really can ease the ache of this form of arthritis or any other, many gout sufferers swear by them.

The results of several studies showed that natural compounds in cherries may reduce the painful inflammation from arthritis.The first study conducted at the University of California, Davis, instructed 10 healthy women to eat 45 fresh Bing cherries one day for breakfast. The women were asked not to eat other fruits or vegetables or to drink tea or red wine for the two days before the cherry breakfast, because the researchers were concerned that these other high-oxidant foods would interfere with the results. The researchers measured the women’s plasma urate, a marker for gout, before and after the cherry breakfast. The researchers found that the women’s urate levels decreased significantly after eating cherries, which suggest that cherries might play an important role in fighting gout.

A survey by Prevention magazine found that 67% of readers who tried cherries for gout had good results. Steve Schumacher, a kinesiologist in Louisville, Kentucky, enthousiastically recommends them. He advises people with gout to quit eating red meats and organ meats and also to drink two to three glasses of cherry juice daily. He recommends using pure black-cherry juice diluted with an equal amount of water. “All who have followed this diet faithfully have all gotten results, some within 48 to 72 hours, and some within a week, depending on the severity,” Schumacher says.

Some tips when buying cherries Fresh cherries are at their best during the summer months. When buying cherries, check the stems, they should be green with fresh cherries. Cherries are highly perishable, even when properly stored in the fridge. So plan to buy only what you’re going to eat right away. It’s best not to wash them, but store them dry. it’s important, however, to wash them thoroughly. Cherries arre often coated with a mixture of insecticides, anti fungal oils, and moisture seals that producers use to keep them fresh. When you’re tired of munching cherries, you may want to try some juice. Simply wash, stem, pit, and crush the sherries. Heat them in a saucepan, then press the mixture through a strainer. Refrigerate several hours, then pour off the clear juice and add sugar to taste.

Related Articles - antioxidants, arthritis, cancer prevention, gout, perillyl alcohol, vitamin C,







Email this Article to a Friend!

Receive Articles like this one direct to your email box!
Subscribe for free today!

 Rate This Article  
Completely useless, should be removed from directory.
Minimal useful information.
Decent and informative.
Great article, very informative and helpful.
A 'Must Read'.

 

Do you Agree or Disagree? Have a Comment? POST IT!

 Reader Opinions 
Submit your comments and they will be posted here.
Make this comment or to the Author only:
Name:
Email:
*Your email will NOT be posted. This is for administrative purposes only.
Comments: *Your Comments WILL be posted to the AUTHOR ONLY if you select PRIVATE and to this PUBLIC PAGE if you select PUBLIC, so write accordingly.
 
Please enter the code in the image:



 Author Login 
LOGIN
Register for Author Account

 

Advertiser Login

 

ADVERTISE HERE NOW!
   Limited Time $60 Offer!
   90  Days-1.5 Million Views  

 

Great Paranormal Romance

World News


SANDY FISCHEL

Sandy Fischel is the marketing director at And Above All YOGA, a wholly owned division of The Fische...more
GENE MYERS

Author of four books and two screenplays; frequent magazine contributor. I have four other books "in...more
LAURA JEEVES

At LeadGenerators, we specialise in content-led Online Marketing Strategies for our clients in the t...more
SUSAN FRIESEN

Susan Friesen, founder of the award-winning web development and digital marketing firm eVision Media...more
CHRISTOPHER EVANS

Christopher is based in the U.K. and is the author and founder of Critical Eye. ...more
STEVERT MCKENZIE

Stevert Mckenzie, Travel Enthusiast. ...more
MICHAEL MIFSUD

Michael Mifsud was a House of Commons Commonwealth correspondent at the age of 16. He published Brit...more
ROGER LEWIS FISCHEL

Roger Lewis holds a doctorate in language and literacy from a major midwestern university. His inter...more
STEVE BURGESS

Steve Burgess is a freelance technology writer, a practicing computer forensics specialist as the pr...more
ALEX GREENE

Alex Greene are Senior Editor at Sports Intensity, an online sportsbook review site dedicated to pro...more

HomeLinksAbout UsContact UsTerms of UsePrivacy PolicyFAQResources
Copyright © 2018, All rights reserved.
Some pages may contain portions of text relating to certain topics obtained from wikipedia.org under the GNU FDL license