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Proof That Brain Damage from Trauma Can be Reversed

By |September 17th, 2018|Categories: Brain Science|

When you get hit by a 255-pound offensive tackle up to 50 times a game, it's bound to inflict physical harm. That's exactly what brain scans of hundreds of active and retired football players have found -- clear evidence these helmet-to-helmet blows cause damage.1 But [...]

Connection Found Between Dementia and Common Health Problem

By |September 14th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

It's painless, it doesn't show any outward symptoms you’d notice, and the first sign you’ve got this problem is often a fracture of the hip, wrist or spine. As you might have guessed from that hint, I’m talking about osteoporosis. The condition is usually associated [...]

Unhealthy Heart and Circulation Equals Huge Increase in Dementia Risk

By |September 10th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

Conventional medicine has made some amazing strides in treating heart disease – bypass surgery, angioplasty and all kinds of wonder drugs have succeeded in reducing the risk of heart attack or stroke. I think this has led quite a few people to be complacent about [...]

This Popular Food is Addictive – and Shrinks Your Brain

By |September 7th, 2018|Categories: Nutrition|

You’d think that if a food additive has been proven capable of both wrecking your physical health and endangering your brain, we’d all avoid it like it was poison. But we don’t. It remains one of the most popular foods on earth. We slurp it [...]

Multi-Task and Get More Done? No Way. . .

By |September 3rd, 2018|Categories: Brain Science|

The temptation to multi-task often seems irresistible. For instance, our cellphones continually call out to us with notifications of text messages, Facebook postings, new emails, and more. Too often, all those distractions pull us away from spending time with friends, eating dinner with family or [...]

Hobbies in Middle Age Could Prevent Dementia

By |August 31st, 2018|Categories: Lifestyle|

Super-agers – people of advanced age who have hung onto their mental capacity -- are known to suffer much the same atrophy and degenerative changes seen in people with advanced Alzheimer's. How can these old-but-still-bright seniors maintain healthy cognitive function even though their brains are [...]

Can You Really Delay Dementia 2 ½ Years Doing This?

By |August 27th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

If you’re a regular reader here, you know about the unique power of frequent exercise, even a daily walk. I’ve called it the world’s most powerful medicine. It keeps us healthy and young. And as I’ve said in other articles, there are plenty of studies [...]

A Surprising Reason Why Smartphones Are Making Us Stupid

By |August 24th, 2018|Categories: Lifestyle|

"Sit up straight. Don't slouch!" Perhaps you remember this rebuke from your parents or teachers. We should have listened to them. Back in 1984 a US study found 58 per cent of teenage boys and 30 per cent of girls had spinal damage. Just imagine [...]

This Amino Acid Can Lift Your Mood and Boost Your Brain

By |August 20th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

Researchers have identified an amino acid that may be the key to warding off the damaging changes linked to two common conditions – chronic stress and depression. According to these studies, the link between mood disturbances and this amino acid is so strong that measuring [...]

Wake Up Worried about the Day Ahead? It’s Not Good for Your Memory

By |August 17th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

What have all these symptoms got in common? Chest pain, stomach upset, insomnia, anxiety, anger, depression, overeating, drug abuse and social withdrawal. If you answered stress, you got it right with one word. To be more precise, each item on the list can be caused [...]

Your Brain is Hungry for This Antioxidant Mineral

By |August 13th, 2018|Categories: Nutrition|

One of your brain’s biggest enemies is oxidative stress – the buildup of toxic molecules called free radicals that can oxidize and destroy neurons and the network connections among brain cells. When free radicals overwhelm the brain’s antioxidant defenses, your memory and ability to think [...]

‘Skinny Fat’ Types Have Higher Dementia Risk

By |August 10th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

Do you look good in clothes but not so alluring in the buff? Maybe it comes down to a condition called sarcopenic obesity, or more commonly, 'skinny fat'. I’d never heard of this, but it’s fascinating and has some implications for your health. A slim [...]

Can’t Afford Brain Supplements? The Most Vital Ones Cost Practically Nothing

By |August 6th, 2018|Categories: Nutrition|

One of the good things about brain health is that the main things you need are inexpensive or even free. For example, you've got to have two simple vitamins that offer priceless protection from a brain-destroying amino acid. They’re available practically everywhere, for pennies. These [...]

News Alert: Men Have Stopped Strangling Themselves

By |August 3rd, 2018|Categories: Lifestyle|

In the midst of our junk-food-addled, sleep-deprived, over-medicated culture, there exists at least one popular trend that’s good for our brains: The near-death of the necktie. The traditional suit for males is still hanging on – barely -- but the necktie that used to go [...]

The “Smart” Mushroom that Could Keep You Mentally Sharp for Life

By |July 30th, 2018|Categories: Nutrition|

What was her secret? It's not only that neurobiologist Rita Levi-Montalcini lived to the age of 103, the only Nobel prize winner who ever achieved that distinction. It's that she was still engaged in research at that advanced age. Her youthful vitality and mental powers [...]

Strengthen This Muscle and You Strengthen Your Brain

By |July 27th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

If you want to keep your brain strong enough to resist Alzheimer’s disease and fight back against other memory-robbing illnesses, you need to strengthen one muscle in particular that the brain depends on: your heart. When we think of building strong muscles, we don’t often [...]

This “Eye Supplement” Puts a Stop to Alzheimer’s

By |July 23rd, 2018|Categories: Nutrition|

"This is a major breakthrough in the management of Alzheimer's disease." So states Professor John Nolan, lead scientist in a new human trial. He wasn’t talking about a new drug. He was talking about a formula made up of nutrients found in ordinary foods like [...]

This Food Combination Acts Like a Brain-Addictive Drug

By |July 20th, 2018|Categories: Nutrition|

Over a century ago, Dr. William Howard Hay proposed that meals heavy in proteins and carbohydrates upset the digestive system and lead to weight gain. The Hay (food combining) Diet still has loyal followers today – I’ve heard it mentioned by a couple of alternative [...]

Surprising Reversal of Advanced Alzheimer’s Symptoms

By |July 16th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

When I first saw Barbara’s story, I was amazed. I had never heard of a person in the final stages of advanced Alzheimer’s disease improve their symptoms thanks to a mainstream medical treatment. And as you’ll see, Barbara’s improvements were significant. This surprising story began [...]

Rewire Your Brain to Change Bad Habits

By |July 13th, 2018|Categories: Brain Science|

Changing a bad habit can be tough. Whether you’re dealing with overeating, drug addiction, obsessive surfing on the Internet or some other activity you’d prefer to stop, good intentions are often not enough to see you through. But there’s hope for getting your life on [...]

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