New Research on Resveratrol and the Fight Against Cancer

resveratrol and the fight against cancer

The potential health benefits of red wine and resveratrol on the human body have been known for some time. According to the National Institutes of Health, adults who drink moderate amounts of red and white wines are less likely to develop heart disease in comparison to heavy wine drinkers or those who do not drink… Read more »

FDA Approves Colonoscopy Pill Cam

PillCam Colon is minimally invasive and FDA approved

A kinder, gentler approach to one of the most dreaded exams in medicine is on the way. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just approved a bite-size camera to help screen patients who have difficulties with colonoscopies. The PillCam Colon is minimally invasive and runs on batteries, its maker, Given Imaging, says. And as… Read more »

The Truth About Vitamin C and Cancer

studies show vitamin c can help cancer treatments

In the 1960’s, two-time Nobel prize winning chemist, Linus Pauling, asserted that high doses of intravenous vitamin C could treat everything from heart disease to cancer. The medical community quickly launched their own investigation, but clinical trials conducted by the Mayo Clinic concluded that high-dose vitamin C was no better than placebo at treating cancer… Read more »

Vitamin C is In It to Win It

health benefits of vitamin c and vitamin c supplements

Meet Team Super C22 Vitamin C is at the top of its game! So, it’s appropriate that we included our Super C22 in “March Gladness.” New research shows that vitamin C is rapidly finding new applications in protecting against endothelial dysfunction, high blood pressure, and the blood vessel changes that precede heart disease. Additional research… Read more »

Study Finds More Stress = More Headaches

study confirms stress causes headaches of all kinds

Last month, German researchers confirmed what many people have suspected all along — that stress can lead to headaches. The study found that people who reported headaches had more stress compared to those who never reported headaches. Increasing stress resulted in more headaches of all types, but that effect was particularly pronounced in people with… Read more »

Elevate Your Game – Improve Your Pain, Brain, and Veins

krill oil vs fish oil - benefits of krill oil

Introducing Team OmegaKrill   March Gladness continues at Dr. Newton’s Naturals. We’ve chosen four of our top selling products and over the next three weeks our employees will be putting them to the test. Next up on the road to victory: Team OmegaKrill AKA “The OmegaKrillers” Captain Larry S.- Operations Joe M. – Marketing Steve… Read more »

The Relationship Between Calcium, Magnesium and Stress

calcium magnesium and stress in the body

Introducing Team CalMax March Madness has begun and college basketball can’t have all the fun! So, here at Dr. Newton’s Naturals, we’re celebrating “March Gladness.” We created our own “bracket,” if you will, with four of our best sellers. Over the next three weeks employees from each team will use their chosen product daily and… Read more »

Stop the Madness: The Toll Stress Takes on Your Body

effects of stress on the body can be serious - how to reduce stress

The World Health Organization estimates that by the year 2020 heart disease and depression will be the number one and number two leading causes of disability in developed countries. Stress is the undeniable link between depression and heart disease. Depression is the leading cause of disability with more than 350 million people globally affected. In… Read more »

CNN Reports – Cancer Will Be #1 Killer

report on the future of cancer treatment

According to a new report from the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), in 16 years, cancer will become the leading cause of death in the United States, surpassing heart disease. The number of new cancer cases is expected to nearly double by 2030, from 1.6 million cases to roughly 2.3 million cases annually. In… Read more »

Ireland vs. Asia – A Lesson in Healthy Eating

healthy eating habits around the world - learn from Asian diets and Irish Diets

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and you’re likely digging for your Irish roots so you can enjoy some cottage pie or fish and chips. Perhaps you should think again. According to a recent report, Irish adults are eating more than twice the amount of high fat and high sugar foods than they… Read more »