Tag: how to prevent cognitive decline

Vitamin E Deficiency?

Vitamin E Deficiency?

| May 6, 2017

The road to mainstream acceptance has proven to be a long and hard one for vitamins and supplements. Even in recent years, they were maligned as useless and unnecessary. In some ways, this accusation is half true. Unfortunately, many store-bought vitamins are ineffectual products—they’re made with inferior, synthetic vitamin precursors, contain all sorts of fillers […]

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Vitamin B12 Deficiency Endangers Brain Health

Vitamin B12 Deficiency Endangers Brain Health

| Feb 8, 2017

B vitamins play a critical role in the maintenance of vital and balanced health. They facilitate a wide variety of indispensable processes throughout the body, including red blood cell formation, energy production and metabolism, nervous system function, and a number of different defense and detoxification mechanisms. Vitamin B12 is especially important, and thus a chronic […]

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Protect Yourself Against Aluminum Toxicity with Turmeric

Protect Yourself Against Aluminum Toxicity with Turmeric

| Apr 15, 2016

We’ve written in past articles about the ever-present dangers of toxic heavy metals. Aluminum is one of the most worrisome of all—it’s already one of the most abundant metals on the earth’s surface, and industrial culture has ensured that it shows up in nearly every aspect of our lives. Given the known toxicity of aluminum, […]

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“B Is For Brain”: B Vitamins Help Prevent Dementia

“B Is For Brain”: B Vitamins Help Prevent Dementia

| Mar 30, 2016

Dementia currently affects more than 47 million people worldwide, and it’s estimated that this number will rise by 40% in the next ten years.[1] Some conventional doctors and researchers argue that we simply live longer than we used to, so our incidence of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia are proportionately higher. But as we’ve […]

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Treat Mental Disorders with Brain Regeneration

Treat Mental Disorders with Brain Regeneration

| Mar 9, 2016

The Western medical system is caught in a frighteningly mechanistic view of the world. Its narrative goes something like this: Organisms are built like machines, and we can understand them by breaking them down into their component parts and studying each one. Only by gaining such an understanding can we hope to treat the diseases […]

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Grape Seeds Help Prevent Cancer (and more)

Grape Seeds Help Prevent Cancer (and more)

| Jan 26, 2016

Grapes are an immensely popular fruit, thanks to their delicious sweetness (and, of course, thanks to the ancient tradition of making them into wine). Despite such popularity, though, this favored fruit holds a little-known secret: the most healthful part of grapes (by far) is their seeds. Grape seeds contain all sorts of beneficial compounds, including […]

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4 Reasons Why Eating Walnuts Is A Smart Choice (plus Easy Recipes)

4 Reasons Why Eating Walnuts Is A Smart Choice (plus Easy Recipes)

| Dec 20, 2015

Researchers are convinced—more than ever before—about the nutritional benefits of walnuts.  Walnuts are delicious, satisfying, and packed with health benefits, but they rarely make it onto the short list of healthy foods. When I was growing up, walnuts would pretty much only make an appearance during the holiday season, when my mother would use them to […]

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Coconut Oil Boosts Brain Function and Combats Alzheimer’s…With a Single Dose

Coconut Oil Boosts Brain Function and Combats Alzheimer’s…With a Single Dose

| Oct 21, 2015

The incidence of Alzheimer’s disease is increasing at a frightening rate, and cognitive decline in general is a more prevalent concern than ever before. Neurological degeneration is occurring at progressively younger ages (even people in their early forties are experiencing symptoms of moderate to severe Alzheimer’s), thanks in large part to the toxic and inflammatory […]

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Are Vaccines Causing Our Dementia Epidemic?

Are Vaccines Causing Our Dementia Epidemic?

| Sep 2, 2015

Though there’s much that we still don’t understand about dementia—including Alzheimer’s disease, there’s one fact about which there’s no debate: it’s a growing problem. It’s alarming enough that the condition already affects over five million Americans, and that one out of every three senior dies with some form of dementia. What’s even more frightening is […]

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Is Your Morning Coffee Actually GOOD for You?

Is Your Morning Coffee Actually GOOD for You?

| Aug 21, 2015

More often than not, coffee is thought of as a sort of guilty pleasure—a useful stimulant and societal fixture, perhaps, but certainly not a health food. Many health experts continue to argue that consuming it is bound to cause more harm than good. Such warnings certainly don’t seem to dissuade many Americans from consuming this […]

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