(NaturalNews) The Science.NaturalNews.com research website has now achieved 12 million studies posted on topics covering over 20 categories, including vitamins, minerals, medicinal herbs, phytonutrients, toxic chemicals, drug side effects and more.
The website is the world's largest relational database of scientific studies organized by concept correlations. In other words, for any given topic (such as "chlorella" or "blueberries"), it can tell you which other concepts are most frequently studied or cited in relation to that concept.
For example, on the selenium page, you can see all the most frequently correlated concepts on the right such as prostate, tumor, diabetes, cancer, HIV and more.
If you click on "prostate," you get a list of all the studies covering both "selenium" and "prostate," sorted by frequency:
Millions of connections between nutrients and disease prevention
Based on billions of correlation calculations requiring months of computation, Science.NaturalNews.com reveals that the scientific literature is well-populated with studies demonstrating the medicinal effects of nutritional supplements, superfoods, minerals and herbs.
It's fascinating to explore the enormous amount of evidence supporting food as medicine, especially since both the medical establish and the FDA maintain a "flat Earth" position that there is no such thing as a food, herbs, vitamin or nutrient that can prevent, treat or cure any disease. That belief is hopelessly outdated and contradicts the scientific evidence published in mainstream science journals.
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