Eating Chocolate Every Day Is Good for Your Brain

Eating Chocolate Every Day Is Good for Your Brain

FLASH: Science Says Eating Chocolate Every Day Is Good for Your Brain By Caroline Picard Forget about that “apple a day”, if you want to keep the doctor away, try a piece of dark chocolate instead. Regularly snacking on cocoa-flavored treats can help protect your brain from cognitive decline, according to a new review from […]

Fasting Brings on Healing and Rejuvenation

Fasting Brings on Healing and Rejuvenation

FLASH: Calorie restriction strategies such as fasting and partial fasting activate powerful metabolic processes that catalyze healing and rejuvenation. Fasting has been part of human history for centuries. It was often done for ritualistic purposes, and is still done to this day. But today we have a large body of science confirming the benefits of […]

Coping with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Coping with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

FLASH: The 2 most important treatment strategies for SAD are optimizing vitamin D level and Sun exposure. In addition to optimizing vitamin D and getting daily light therapy, the following strategies may also be helpful in the treatment of SAD: Exercise:Exercise is a well-recognized tool for improving your mental health. In a Y 2008 interview […]

An Unhealthy Lifestyle and Your Brain

An Unhealthy Lifestyle and Your Brain

FLASH: aAn unhealthy lifestyle can trigger inflammation throughout your body, which can then accelerate wear-and-tear on your brain, a new study suggests. The Big Q: What happens? The Big A: Faster declines in thinking and memory for those who do not practice healthy habits that counteract inflammation. Long-term inflammation is most often caused by chronic […]

Eat Real Food, Exercise, Halt Brain Aging

Eat Real Food, Exercise, Halt Brain Aging

FLASH: A recent study is the 1st to separately evaluate diet and exercise, and the effect they have on cognitive ability, finding those who improved their diet and continuously walked or cycled for 30 mins 3X a week reversed signs of brain aging. According to a survey by AARP, 93% of Americans believe maintaining brain health […]

Drinking Champagne Protects the Brain From Dementia

Drinking Champagne Protects the Brain From Dementia

Researchers have found that a compound in grapes used to make Champagne can improve spatial memory. “The results were dramatic,” says a professor at the University of Reading in England and one of the investigators on the study’s research team. “The compounds were found to favorably alter a number of proteins linked to the effective storage […]

The Key to Long Life is Challenging Work

The Key to Long Life is Challenging Work

The Key to a long life is challenging work, according toNobel Prize winning physicist Arthur Ashkin, 96 anni. Dr. Ashkin says he heads down to the basement of his Rumson, NJ, home every chance he gets to continue the research he did at Bell Labs until his retirement in Y 1992. That work earned him half […]

Brain Research Points to the Need for Good Night’s Sleep

Brain Research Points to the Need for Good Night’s Sleep

You, me, we all need a good night’s sleep of at least 7 hours, and anything less can be dangerous, brain researchers say. The Washington Post reported a new line of research suggests poor sleep might increase the risk of Alzheimer’s, another study found staying up all night pushes anxiety to clinical levels, and still another found even modest sleep reductions are linked […]

Some of the Most Addictive Drugs

Some of the Most Addictive Drugs

Addiction is common in the US, more than people realize. There are approximately 22-M people in the United States over the age of 12 with an addiction, according to The National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Almost 80% of individuals who struggle from a substance abuse disorder in Y 2014 also struggled with an […]

Low Testosterone Impacts Healthy Brain Function

Low Testosterone Impacts Healthy Brain Function

Men and Women all know that testosterone is related to strength and musculature. And that as we age, and testosterone levels drop, we become weaker, frailer, and our ability to build muscle tone wains. The Big Q: Is the same true when it comes to mental ability and fortitude, and could “senior moments” and other […]

Opioid Crisis Spurs Development of a Pain Meter

Opioid Crisis Spurs Development of a Pain Meter

The National Institutes of Health is pushing for development of what its director, Dr. Francis Collins, calls a “pain-o-meter.” Spurred by the opioid crisis, the goal is not just to signal how much pain someone’s in, it is to determine what kind it is and what drug might be the most effective. “We are not […]

Health 2019: A Good Night’s Sleep

Health 2019: A Good Night’s Sleep

Sleep is one of the great mysteries of life, it is not a waste of time. Modern research has shed light on it, showing a good night’s sleep is a Key component of a healthy lifestyle, and that lack of sleep can have far-reaching consequences, affecting everything from mood, creativity and brain detoxification to DNA expression, […]

Keep Your Brain Strong, Feed it Real Food

Keep Your Brain Strong, Feed it Real Food

 Man’s diet is linked to his/her mental powers for good or for bad.. There is no single food source that can provide a super-brain. As you can imagine, well-nourished cerebral tissues keep the synapses snapping. A synapse or neuronal junction is where electric nerve impulses are relayed between 2 nerve cells (neurons) or between a […]

Handling Holiday Stress

Handling Holiday Stress

Handling Holiday Stress Manage Holiday Stress with these Healthy Habits 1.Exercise — A quick high-intensity workout may be the thing to boost your mood and relieve stress. Anandamide is a neurotransmitter and endocannabinoid produced in your brain that temporarily blocks feelings of pain and depression. It’s a derivative of the Sanskrit word “bliss,” and a deficiency is […]

Be Thankful Knowing that Wheat, Carbs and Sugar are Brain Killers

Be Thankful Knowing that Wheat, Carbs and Sugar are Brain Killers

Be Thankful Knowing that Wheat, Carbs and Sugar are Brain Killers Celebrate with a low carb, no bread, sugar free Thanksgiving Dinner. There is no conventional treatment for Alzheimer’s, research shows this devastating degenerative neurological disease can be effectively prevented by lowering sugar exposure, increasing exercise and improving the quality of your sleep. “The science is […]

Give Your Brain a Boost, Eat Real Food

Give Your Brain a Boost, Eat Real Food

Give Your Brain a Boost, Eat Real Food Giving your brain a boost can be as simple as eating Real foods, so no junk food That is what research published by the National Institutes of Health indicates, pointing out that your cognitive ability can be influenced by several hormones produced in the brain, and that […]

Lack of Good Sleep Leads to Poor Health

Lack of Good Sleep Leads to Poor Health

Lack of Good Sleep Leads to Poor Health Sleep Quality affects Blood Pressure and Risk of Heart Disease Sleep Deprivation Takes a Toll on Mental Health Sleep deprivation is a risk factor for severe Dementia. Research strengthens the link between sleep problems and Heart Disease A noted by author Quanhe Yang, senior scientist in the Division […]

Alzheimer’s Warning Signs, Do Not Ignore Them!

Alzheimer’s Warning Signs, Do Not Ignore Them!

Alzheimer’s Warning Signs, Do Not Ignore Them! Like any other disease, early detection plays a Key role in getting the right help at the right time for Alzheimer’s disease. To ensure early detection, there are warning signs that we should never ignore. “Although it is unfortunately incurable at the present time, there are strategies you […]

Dark Roast Coffee Helps Prevent Alzheimer’s

Dark Roast Coffee Helps Prevent Alzheimer’s

Dark Roast Coffee Helps Prevent Alzheimer’s Approximately 500-B cups of coffee are consumed worldwide each year. Our morning cup of coffee can do more than give us a Jolt, it can help lower our chances of developing Alzheimer’s. But you have to make sure you drink a dark roast because a new study has found […]

The Mediterranean Diet Slow Aging

The Mediterranean Diet Slow Aging

The Mediterranean Diet Slow Aging New articles published in The Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences found that a Mediterranean diet may slow aging. The 6 articles reported on elements of the diet including the positive relationship between the diet and physical and cognitive function, the value of taking a coenzyme Q10 supplement […]

8 Super Foods That Battle Father Time

8 Super Foods That Battle Father Time

8 Super Foods That Battle Father Time Some foods are better than others in battling Father Time, especially those that fight inflammation. The following 8 foods have special nutrients that help you turn back the clock, eat them: Fish. Fatty fish, like salmon, tuna, and mackerel, contain large amounts of omega-3 fatty acids that fight many […]

Improve Your Memory!

Improve Your Memory!

Improve Your Memory! A healthy lifestyle can support brain health and even encourage the brain to grow new neurons, a process known as neuroplasticity. Your brain’s hippocampus, i.e. the memory center, regenerates throughout your entire lifetime, when you give it the right tools Lifestyle factors that may improve memory and promote neurogenesis include exercise, eating […]

Experts are saying, “CBD is the Most Effective Medicine of All Time”

Experts are saying, “CBD is the Most Effective Medicine of All Time”

Experts are saying, “CBD is the Most Effective Medicine of All Time” The Cannabis stocks are on Fire, read about them here. Below are the Big Q’s and the Big A’s about CBD What do we know about CBD oil? Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of over 60 naturally occurring cannabinoids found in the Cannabis sativa […]

Curcumin Joins an Elite Group in Clinical Trials for Cancer Prevention

Curcumin Joins an Elite Group in Clinical Trials for Cancer Prevention

Curcumin Joins an Elite Group in Clinical Trials for Cancer Prevention Turmeric, a Yellow curry spice used in Indian cuisine, has a long history of medicinal use in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and Ayurvedic medicine. Curcumin is one of the most well-studied bioactive ingredients in turmeric having over 150 potentially therapeutic activities, including anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and powerful […]

Why People Put Things Off…

Why People Put Things Off…

Why People Put Things Off… The inclination to delay things rather than get right to work on them may be hardwired into some people’s brains, and not the product of a flawed character, German researchers suggest. The findings come from brain scans of 264 men and women. MRIs revealed that a brain region involved in […]

Control Your Breathing, Calm Your Brain

Control Your Breathing, Calm Your Brain

Control Your Breathing, Calm Your Brain The way we breathe, fast, slow, shallow or deep is intricately tied to our body as a whole, sending messages that affect y mood, stress and the immune system. Breathing is easily ignored, and revered at the same time. It is instinctual to advise someone to “take a deep breath” […]

Stress Plays a Key Role in Anxiety

Stress Plays a Key Role in Anxiety

Stress Plays a Key Role in Anxiety Genetics, brain chemistry, personality and life events play a role in the development of anxiety disorders, but stress is 1 of the the Key triggers. Anxiety is a normal response to stress, but in some people the anxiety becomes overwhelming and difficult to cope with. The National Institute […]

President Trump Bested the ‘Elites’, He Became President

President Trump Bested the ‘Elites’, He Became President

President Trump Bested the ‘Elites’, He Became President US President Donald Trump lauded his intelligence at rally in Ohio Saturday, saying he’s “better than everything that they have been, including this,” while pointing to his brain. The President made an appearance at the Lewis Center during a “Make America Great Again” rally to stump for […]

Our Eyes May Be a Window to a Healthy Brain

Our Eyes May Be a Window to a Healthy Brain

Our Eyes May Be a Window to a Healthy Brain Worsening vision and cognitive function are common among older people, but we have the ability to take control of our health so our eyes and mind stay clear and functioning optimally Diseases that affect blood vessels, veins and arteries have long been implicated in cognitive […]

Drink Plenty of Water During Exercise for Full Brain Benefits

Drink Plenty of Water During Exercise for Full Brain Benefits

Drink Plenty of Water During Exercise for Full Brain Benifits We need plenty of water during exercise so the brain gets the full benefits of working out, researchers say. “Middle-age and older adults often display a blunted thirst perception, which places them at risk for dehydration, and subsequently may reduce the cognitive health-related benefits of […]

Breathing Through the Nose is Really Important!

Breathing Through the Nose is Really Important!

Breathing Through the Nose is Really Important! Breathing is often an ignored topic when it comes to good health, but breathing properly can improve oxygenation through your body, including the brain, and is a powerful strategy for relieving stress and anxiety To induce calm, you need to breathe slowly and lightly, from the diaphragm, and […]

Green Tea for Heart and Brain Health

Green Tea for Heart and Brain Health

Green Tea for Heart and Brain Health High green tea contain polyphenol antioxidants recognized for their disease prevention and anti-aging properties. Polyphenols can account for up to 30% of the dry leaf weight of green tea. Within the group of polyphenols are flavonoids, which contain catechins. And 1 of the most powerful catechins is epigallocatechin-3-gallate […]

Alcohol and the Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease

Alcohol and the Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease

Alcohol and the Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease Researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago revealed alcohol may increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease by disrupting the way amyloid beta is cleared Amyloid beta is a protein implicated in Alzheimer’s disease that can clump together in the brain, building up into groups of […]

Addiction, ‘a Disease of Extreme Behavior’

Addiction, ‘a Disease of Extreme Behavior’

Addiction, ‘a Disease of Extreme Behavior’ The strictest definition of addiction refers to a disease resulting from changes in brain chemistry caused by compulsive use of drugs or alcohol. The definition includes excessive use that damages health, relationships, jobs and other parts of normal life. Brain research supports that definition, and some imaging studies have […]

The Many Benefits of Magnesium

The Many Benefits of Magnesium

The Many Benefits of Magnesium Magnesium (Mg) is essential for mitochondrial ATP production. A supplement that is helpful for sleep is magnesium. There are dozens of different types of magnesium supplements. Magnesium threonate has the added benefit of providing some antiretroviral activity, and retroviruses tend to be a challenge inherent with many neurodegenerative diseases. Threonate […]

Bad Behavior is Bad for Business

Bad Behavior is Bad for Business

Bad Behavior is Bad for Business Counteracting bad behavior in the workplace Diversity is great. Today, everybody knows it. Study after study backs it up. Diverse workforces should be at the forefront of innovation, creativity, productivity and more. But diversity only takes us so far. If inclusion isn’t front and centre of the conversation, organisations […]

 Physical Benefits of Using a Sauna

 Physical Benefits of Using a Sauna

Physical Benefits of Using a Sauna Sauna use may lower the risk of dementia and may improve vascular function and your ability to improve focus and attention. Other research has demonstrated the ability of heat stress to promote myelin growth, helping your brain to function faster and repair nerve cell damage. Heat may increase the permeability of the […]

Dark Chocolate is Good and It May Improve Vision

Dark Chocolate is Good and It May Improve Vision

Dark Chocolate is Good and It May Improve Vision I learned Monday, that few bites of dark chocolate may offer us better quality of vision. Heart-healthy compounds in chocolate called flavanols appeared to sharpen eyesight for a group of 30 healthy young adults in the new study. The observed change in vision was small, but […]

The Health Benefits of Eating Beets

The Health Benefits of Eating Beets

The Health Benefits of Eating Beets “ Beets are rich in nutrients that boost brain health, especially antioxidant flavonoids that protect the brain from age-related oxidative stress,” notes Dr. Gary Small, director of the UCLA Longevity Center and author of The Mind Health Report newsletter. Below is a rundown on what the latest studies show about how the red […]

Tough Minded People are Disciplined and Prepared

Tough Minded People are Disciplined and Prepared

Tough Minded People are Disciplined and Prepared Success in anything we do or attempt to do requires a mentally tough mind. All the resources are meaningless if your mind is cluttered, presumptions, prone to distraction or negitivity, you will fail. Like flying an airplane, if you do not pay full attention you will die. So […]

The Link Between Food and Mood

The Link Between Food and Mood

The Link Between Food and Mood Recent research looking at the effects of the antihypertensive diet on mental health concluded this kind of dietary pattern, which is low in sugar and high in fresh fruits and vegetables, can help reduce the risk of depression in many people especially seniors. Overall, people who followed the DASH diet […]

Workout 2-3X’s Weekly for Good Brain Health

Workout 2-3X’s Weekly for Good Brain Health

 Workout 2-3X’s Weekly for Good Brain Health According to a new review of the research, there is little evidence that medications improve mild cognitive decline associated with aging, but doctors can recommend exercise with confidence. Researchers reviewed 11,530 studies of so-called MCI (mild cognitive impairment), to see how many older people are affected and which […]

Meditation: The Mind-Body Connector

Meditation: The Mind-Body Connector

Meditation: The Mind-Body Connector I believe meditation practice can be an important part of health and well-being. Because, not only is a powerful means of relaxing, but also useful for relieving stress, anxiety, managing pain, and preventing disease. There is growing scientific evidence that demonstrates the human mind and body are intricately connected, and wide […]

Traders and Investors: Super Foods for Mental Acuity

Traders and Investors: Super Foods for Mental Acuity

Traders and Investors: Super Foods for Mental Acuity Once you are eating healthy in general (no processed foods, Organic, Mediterranean, Norwegian or Japanese diet) there are a number of Superfoods you can focus on that are known for their beneficial impact on mood and psychological well-being aka no anxiety. While this list is long, but here […]

Frequent Drinking Kills Brain Cells, Especially in Women

Frequent Drinking Kills Brain Cells, Especially in Women

Frequent Drinking Kills Brain Cells, Especially in Women Frequent alcohol drinking kills new cells in Key brain regions, with females being more vulnerable, a new study on mice said Thursday. Researchers from the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) at Galveston discovered that alcohol killed the stem cells that are responsible for creating new nerve […]

Letting Our Minds ‘Wander’ is Healthy

Letting Our Minds ‘Wander’ is Healthy

Letting Our Minds ‘Wander’ is Healthy Having a wandering mind may not be a bad thing according to a new study, which suggests that daydreaming can actually be a sign of a smart, creative, and more efficient brain. The study carried out by the Georgia Institute of Technology in the US city of Atlanta analyzed […]

Studies Support Mind-Body Connection to Relieve Pain

Studies Support Mind-Body Connection to Relieve Pain

Studies Support Mind-Body Connection to Relieve Pain Be fully aware of the addictive potential of opioid drugs, and seriously weigh your need for a narcotic pain killer. While many pain experts disagree recent research supports the idea that pain, in many cases, has psychological underpinnings. A study published last year found emotion awareness and expression therapy […]

Relax, Living Near a Forest is Good for the Brain

Relax, Living Near a Forest is Good for the Brain

Relax, Living Near a Forest is Good for the Brain Residing close to nature has a positive effect on our mental health and well-being. New research suggests that living near nature can have a positive effect on the brains of city dwellers and especially on the amygdala, a part of the brain important for processing […]

The “Marshmallow Test” and Your Mind

The “Marshmallow Test” and Your Mind

The “Marshmallow Test” and Your Mind Your unconscious mind needs direction, is most comfortable with emotions and symbols, deals with positives only and stores, organizes and surfaces your memories Expressing yourself artistically, meditating, rehearsing desired outcomes and using positive self-talk are some of the ways you can begin to harness the power of your unconscious […]

Sen. John McCain, Stricken with a Deadly Brain Tumor Holding Up Government

Sen. John McCain, Stricken with a Deadly Brain Tumor Holding Up Government

Sen. John McCain, Stricken with a Deadly Brain Tumor Holding Up Government Tuesday, Senator John McCain, 81 anni, (R-AZ) said he is holding up President Donald Trump’s Pentagon nominees over lack of details on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. “We’ve been holding nominations . . . from the Pentagon to fill in those Pentagon […]

Stress, Anxiety and the Human Brain

Stress, Anxiety and the Human Brain

Stress, Anxiety and the Human Brain Because stress and anxiety can take so many forms and have so many triggers, brain reactions to it vary a lot. Fortunately, neuroscientists have made tremendous progress in the last few decades toward revealing the underlying neural circuitry of these problems. When stress and anxiety escalates to a level […]

President Trump to Sen. McConnell, “Here is my list, get to work”

President Trump to Sen. McConnell, “Here is my list, get to work”

President Trump to Sen. McConnell, “Here is my list, get to work” President Donald Trump to do list for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) to get back in his good graces, as follows: Replace Obamacare Overhaul the US tax code and Find a way to pay for big infrastructure improvements. President Trump’s directives for […]

Senator John McCain (R-AZ) Has Brain Cancer

Senator John McCain (R-AZ) Has Brain Cancer

Senator John McCain (R-AZ) Has Brain Cancer US Senator John McCain, 80 anni, has a brain tumor and is reviewing treatment options that may include a combination of chemotherapy and radiation, his office said Wednesday. The 6-term Republican Senator and Y 2008 Presidential nominee has been recovering at home in Arizona since undergoing surgery at […]

Dark Chocolate is Good for Our Brains

Dark Chocolate is Good for Our Brains

Dark Chocolate is Good for Our Brains According to a recent review published in Frontiers in Nutrition Cocoa beans, it found are a rich source of flavanols, a class of compounds that has neuroprotective effects. Italian researchers studied available literature on the effects of cocoa flavanols on the brain, what happens to your brain in […]

THC’s Effects on the Human Brain

THC’s Effects on the Human Brain

THC’s Effects on the Human Brain A “toke” a day might just keep the doctor away, or at least keep your brain younger. That according to a new study out Monday in the journal Nature Medicine. Researchers at the University of Bonn and Hebrew University gave young and old mice THC, that is the ingredient […]

The Biology of the Brain, How Bad Habits Like Sugar Addiction Happen

The Biology of the Brain, How Bad Habits Like Sugar Addiction Happen

The Biology of the Brain, How Bad Habits Like Sugar Addiction Happen An article published by CNN Health is a reminder us that the connection between the brain’s nucleus accumbens and prefrontal cortex drives intentional actions, such as deciding whether we will take another bite of chocolate cake, or not. The prefrontal cortex also activates […]

Exercise Boosts Brain Function in Older Adults

Exercise Boosts Brain Function in Older Adults

Exercise Boosts Brain Function in Older Adults Older adults who want to get moving to help boost their brain function have a wide variety of workouts to choose from Among the many options for working out over 50, tai chi may have the biggest effect on cognitive function, but aerobic and resistance exercises may also […]

Cellphones are Dangerous, but Just How Dangerous?

Cellphones are Dangerous, but Just How Dangerous?

Cellphones are Dangerous, but Just How Dangerous? There is no doubt that cell phones are dangerous at least in one way: Texting and driving leads to countless car accidents, injuries, and deaths. But cell phones may also be harmful in other ways by producing radiation that potentially disrupts bodily functions in small ways that build […]

Get Sharper, Work Smarter & Think Faster

Get Sharper, Work Smarter & Think Faster

Get Sharper, Work Smarter & Think Faster Take off your shirt and “Walk in the Sun.” The Big Q: Can we bio-hack our brain to get sharper, smarter and work faster? According to Dave Asprey, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, founder and CEO of bulletproof.com, and author of “The Bulletproof Diet” and “Head Strong: The Bulletproof […]

Resveratrol Protects Brain Aging, Choose its Source Wisely

Resveratrol Protects Brain Aging, Choose its Source Wisely

Resveratrol Protects Brain Aging, Choose its Source Wisely Resveratrol acts as a potent antioxidant, is a compound found in grape skins, red wine, raspberries, pomegranates, raw cacao and dark chocolate, among other plant-based foods. It is a polyphenol designed to increase the life span of plants through disease resistance and such stressors as drastic changes […]

B Vitamins Are Important for Mental Health & Wellbeing

B Vitamins Are Important for Mental Health & Wellbeing

B Vitamins Are Important for Mental Health & Wellbeing A Key reason for B vitamins’ effect on a wide range of mood disorders and neurological and psychiatric conditions relates to the fact that these vitamins have a direct impact on the methylation cycle, and are required for the production and function of neurotransmitters and the […]

Caffeine in Coffee Boosts Enzyme That May Block Dementia

Caffeine in Coffee Boosts Enzyme That May Block Dementia

Caffeine in Coffee Boosts Enzyme That May Block Dementia Researchers have identified 24 compounds, including caffeine, that may boost an enzyme in the brain that has been shown to guard against dementia. The enzyme, called NMNAT2, was discovered by researchers at Indiana University, and it reduces the damage caused by harmful proteins in the brain. […]

President Trump Vows to Win Drug War, Does Not Mention Marijuana

President Trump Vows to Win Drug War, Does Not Mention Marijuana

President Trump Vows to Win Drug War, Does Not Mention Marijuana $SLTK, $GWPH, Southern California company, Solis Tech, Inc (OTCMKT:SLTK), focused on the efficient indoor growing of Medical Marijuana  The next big brain cancer drug may come from Medical Marijuana In his address to Congress Tuesday night, President Trump echoed Ronald Reagan, as he vowed […]

Some Tips on How to Keep Aging Pets Sharp

Some Tips on How to Keep Aging Pets Sharp

Some Tips on How to Keep Aging Pets Sharp There are many things you can do to help your dog or cat maintain good mental function for as long as possible, and delay the onset and progression of cognitive decline. 1. Feed a nutritionally balanced, species-appropriate diet that includes omega-3 essential fats, such as krill […]

FLASH Alert: Dogs and Cats Also Suffer Strokes

FLASH Alert: Dogs and Cats Also Suffer Strokes

FLASH Alert: Dogs and Cats Also Suffer Strokes Recently that the veterinary community realized that like humans, dogs and cats also suffer strokes. With increased use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computerized tomography (CT) scans in pets, strokes are being diagnosed more often. Though, they are still a relatively rare occurrence in both dogs […]

Stay Sharp, Train Your Brain to Focus

Stay Sharp, Train Your Brain to Focus

Stay Sharp, Train Your Brain to Focus Brain training can help to retain information, recall facts quickly, and sharpen focus. Brain exercises can help older adults improve reasoning skills and processing speed for 10 years after the training ends, according to a recent federally sponsored study on cognitive training. Hang on, we are busy exercising […]

Vitamin called NR (nicotinamide riboside) said to Halt the Aging Process

Vitamin called NR (nicotinamide riboside) said to Halt the Aging Process

Vitamin called NR (nicotinamide riboside) said to Halt the Aging Process Today I learned that scientists discovered a new B vitamin that appears to boost cellular metabolism, improve muscle endurance, increase longevity, and protect our brain’s neurons, all while enhancing blood glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity in diabetics. Researchers say that this recent discovery offers […]

A Daily Yoga Routine Is Life Changing

A Daily Yoga Routine Is Life Changing

A Daily Yoga Routine Is Life Changing Yoga postures may not be something you’ve thought about for the purposes of improving your overall health and wellness. But research shows that even a daily, 2-minute routine can strengthen core muscles throughout your body. Simple yoga moves can also improve your balance, increase your flexibility and even […]

Fuel Your Brain With Good Food

Fuel Your Brain With Good Food

Fuel Your Brain With Good Food There are 2 types of fuel the human body and brain can use to convert into energy. Either metabolized carbohydrates or fats may supply the brain and body with the energy it needs to survive. Although our brain can use both, there is evidence to suggest that the metabolic […]

Cancer is the Biggest Health Challenge in America

Cancer is the Biggest Health Challenge in America

Cancer is the Biggest Health Challenge in America Americans believe their greatest health care challenge is cancer, a new survey finds. Cancer is #1 on the list, followed by obesity, neurological diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis; diabetes and heart disease. Also, while Zika virus and Ebola garner the media’s attention, the […]

Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) new iPhone7 “deadly to your health”

Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) new iPhone7 “deadly to your health”

Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) new iPhone7 “deadly to your health” $AAPL Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) new iPhone7 eliminates the standard headphone jack, forcing consumers to use wireless earbuds called AirPods that use Bluetooth technology. Apple says the new technology will do away with cumbersome wires that constantly tangle, some experts warn that AirPods will deliver low-intensity radiowaves directly into […]