Anemia and Alzheimer’s

Eating a well-balanced diet is beneficial for our bodies and brain. The human body needs a spectrum of nutrients to function at optimum levels and to help prevent problems with our health, especially as we age. Regrettably, if we are not mindful of what we are putting into our bodies, disease and disorders are more…

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Dangers of Modern Cookware

Before you reach for your favorite pan or kitchen gadget to cook your next meal, you might want to take a closer look at what it’s made from. It might surprise you that your cookware could be making you sick, or worse. In May of 2015, hundreds of scientists from various disciplines published “The Madrid…

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Hyperbaric Oxygen

Our understanding of oxygen therapies has only begun, as we are starting to see case studies of recovery from serious injury by including the use of a hyperbaric oxygen chamber. The delivery of high volume oxygen in a pressurized container to the body creates impressive conditions that can speed up recovery, and increase the chances…

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Treatment for Lyme

Lyme Disease is a neuropathic infection, invading the nervous system and causing facial paralysis, tingling and numbness in hands and feet, and disrupting the autonomic functions of the heart. Some researchers have identified that specific nerve fibers in the nervous systems are the ones targeted and impacted by Lyme Disease, but the specific function through…

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Gut Bacteria and the Brain

Enteric nervous systems, probiotics, beneficial bacteria, and “wheat belly.” All of these are relatively new developments in our understanding of the gut or the complex system of digestive organs and glands combined with numerous metabolic processes that dictate the energy that fuels our cells. Even more recently is a startling new discovery of just how…

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Aluminum and Alzheimer's Disease

We have known for many years that heavy metal toxicity can contribute to a long list of chronic health problems, including some neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia. A heavy metal’s ability to enter the body depends on the availability of it in the environment. One heavy metal of particular concern and speculation is aluminum.…

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In a compelling article today, the New York Times examines the link between a low-fat diet and memory loss to better determine whether or not a low-fat diet can contribute to memory loss. Dr. Richard Isaacson, the director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weil Cornell Medicine and New York-Presbyterian, emphasizes that our brain and…

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