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Fighting cancer

Should I drink tea (especially green tea) to fight cancer?

Evidence submitted for
"Yes"

Evidence submitted for
"No, there is insufficient evidence"

(none)

Should I supplement with selenium to fight cancer?

Evidence submitted for
"Yes"

Evidence submitted for
"No, selenium supplementation is unfounded"

Fighting heart disease

Fighting osteoarthritis

Fighting rheumatoid arthritis

Should I drink green tea to fight rheumatoid arthritis?

Evidence submitted for
"Yes"

Evidence submitted for
"No, it is ineffective"

(none)

Should I supplement with fish oil to fight rheumatoid arthritis?

Evidence submitted for
"Yes"

Evidence submitted for
"No, fish oil supplementation is unfounded"

(none)

Improving general health

Should I supplement with extra vitamin D for better health?

Evidence submitted for
"Yes"

Evidence submitted for
"No, high levels of vitamin D are unnecessary or even dangerous"

Should I spend more time standing than sitting?

Evidence submitted for
"It's healthier to stand"

Evidence submitted for
"It's healthier to sit"

Should I drink kombucha tea for better health?

Evidence submitted for
"Yes"

Evidence submitted for
"No, it is unproven or dangerous"

Losing weight

Should I avoid potatoes to lose weight?

Evidence submitted for
"Yes"

Evidence submitted for
"No"

Should I avoid fructose to lose weight?

Evidence submitted for
"Yes"

Evidence submitted for
"It's not harmful in moderation, the dangers are overstated"

Preventing cavities and plaque

Should I supplement with extra vitamin D to prevent cavities?

Evidence submitted for
"Yes"

Evidence submitted for
"No, it is unnecessary"

(none)

Protecting skin from the sun

Should I supplement with astaxanthin for skin protection from the sun?

Evidence submitted for
"Yes, it is effective"

Evidence submitted for
"No, it is ineffective or dangerous"