Tag: cognitive decline

Is Iodine Deficiency Sapping Your Vitality?

Is Iodine Deficiency Sapping Your Vitality?

| Dec 9, 2017

There’s lots of talk about vitamin and mineral deficiencies these days. An increasing number of health experts are coming to the same conclusion: it’s extremely difficult to get all the vitamins and minerals our bodies need from food alone.   One deficiency that doesn’t often make headlines, though, is iodine deficiency. Nevertheless, it is one […]

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If You Want To Prevent Alzheimer’s, Avoid This

If You Want To Prevent Alzheimer’s, Avoid This

| Aug 20, 2015

Alzheimer’s research is one of the hottest topics in medical science. As well it should be—after all, the disease affects approximately 5.3 million Americans alone, and kills a half million Americans every year. This makes it the third leading cause of death in our country, closely trailing behind heart disease and cancer.[1] Not so long […]

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Could Coconuts Be the Answer to Alzheimer’s?

Could Coconuts Be the Answer to Alzheimer’s?

| Jun 18, 2015

Cognitive disease is a growing problem of epidemic proportions. An estimated 5.3 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease (that doesn’t even include those with dementia and other age-related cognitive dysfunctions)—and this number is rising precipitously. Alzheimer’s is already the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, and it’s estimated that within 20 years, 25% […]

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