Garlic has long been considered a medicinal food
and was used by monks in the Middle Ages to protect against plague
A full manuscript of the study has been published in The Journal of Medicinal Food
, and a study abstract may be found on the PubMed site.
reference 2: Journal of Medicinal Food
JMedFood 15 (8) 2012, 753-757 Effect of Spirulina Maxima on Postprandial Lipemia in Young Runners.
Results from a Chinese study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food
, show that Reishi can beneficially boost the body's energy levels and promote a healthy immune response.
Findings of this study were reported in the journal of Medicinal Food
The Journal of Medicinal Food
published a report by researchers at the University of Georgia which revealed that common spices not only confer antioxidant benefits, but offer significant protection against the formation of advanced glycation end-products (AGEs).
Sources: Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry, 2008; 56: 9905-9910; and Journal of Medicinal Food
, 2000; 3:159.
New study results on Embria Health Sciences' EpiCor ingredient have been published online in the Journal of Medicinal Food
(Jensen, Gitte, S.
According to a report published in Journal of Medicinal Food
, chemicals found in cranberry products called proanthocyanidins (PACs) prevent E.
Chemopreventive effects of pomegranate seed oil on skin tumor development in CD1 mice," Journal of Medicinal Food
, October 2003.
The study, "A comparison of pectin, polyphenols, and phytosterols, alone or in combination, to lovastatin for reduction of serum lipids in familial hypercholesterolemic swine" is available from the Journal of Medicinal Food
According to Vladimir Badmaev, MD, PhD, head of R&D at NattoPharma ASA, Oslo, Norway, "The most popular categories of medicinal food
address aging populations and wasting conditions like muscle wasting or sarcopenia, bone rarefaction or osteoporosis, health conditions caused by insufficient status of vitamins and minerals and gastrointestinal dysbiotic conditions.