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How do you like your fish cooked?

Do you like your fish baked, broiled or fried? Baked and broiled fish contain higher levels of brain-healthy omega-3 fatty acids than fried fish because the fatty acids are more often damaged by the high heat of frying. A recent … Continue reading

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Phosphatidylserine for brain, memory and stress

Phosphatidylserine is an integral part of the cell membranes and is largely responsible for intracellular communication. Phosphatidylserine makes up close to 10% of the lipid content in the cell membrane of neurons. Phosphatidylserine supplements are commonly known as “brain boosters”; “memory … Continue reading

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How’s your health?

How is your medicine working for ya? Are you getting better? Improving daily? I’ll bet you’re going to the doctor less and less. Or, are you getting stuck with more prescriptions as you go? Can you even remember to take … Continue reading

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THC during pregnancy is not good for the fetus

Smoking Mary Jane during pregnancy affects the brain development of the unborn baby. The latest study clearly finds that even consuming Cannabis during pregnancy results in the defective development of nerve cells in the fetus cerebral cortex of the brain … Continue reading

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Rosemary improves mood and learning

Rosemary is another cooking herb that went to alternative medicine school. Rosemary is a stimulant for the central nervous system to pick up mental fatigue and elevate mood. Rosemary has a long history as an herb that improves concentration and … Continue reading

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Improve your workout

Citrulline is found in watermelon and enhances exercise by helping to detox ammonia generated during exercise to improve recovery. Citrulline also increases renal reabsorption of bicarbonate to reduce the effects of exercise-induced acidosis. Citrulline studies have found that citrulline can … Continue reading

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Real help for PTSD

Low brain levels of magnesium have been scientifically associated with various cognitive disorders including depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Magnesium enhances neuro-plasticity in the part of the brain responsible for learning and memory and can be key to … Continue reading

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Chewing for concentration

Did you know that research has shown that chewing gum can improve concentration in visual memory tasks? Well now they show that there are benefits for chewing gum during an audio memory task. Chewing gum actually benefits cognition and improves … Continue reading

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Apples for AD

Dr. Thomas Shea at the University of Massachusetts studied the apples’ effects on human brain health and concluded that by drinking apple juice three times per week, would reduce your chances of Alzheimer’s Disease by 75%. His study volunteers were … Continue reading

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Paying good money for bad drugs

Big Pharma’s $4 billion Alzheimer’s drug Aricept has side effects that cannot be tolerated by 26% of takers and has only a temporary boost in memory and cognitive function with absolutely no reversal or slowing the progress of Alzheimer’s Disease. … Continue reading

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Memories: Not what we thought they were…

Where are memories stored? Our memories are not conveniently stored in one isolated area of the brain, but are scattered throughout every cell of the whole body. Our cells are in constant communication with each another, and part of that … Continue reading

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A shot of Alzheimer’s…

Worth a repeat: Immunologist Dr. Hugh Fundenberg and colleagues discovered that people at 55 years of age who receive the flu vaccine each year for 5 years in a row increase their risk of developing Alzheimer’s Disease a whopping 1,000%! … Continue reading

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Ritalin for mice?

Yale researchers exposed pregnant mice to cell phones and found subsequent born mice had distinct behavior changes that closely resembled ADHD in humans. The baby mice that were exposed to the cell phone radiation had memory problems and were more … Continue reading

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Remembering chromium

Chromium; not just for diabetes: Chromium is well known to help increase insulin sensitivity to improve insulin resistance in those with diabetes. Now it is known that the trace mineral chromium can help boost memory and improve cognitive performance according … Continue reading

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