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First These Toxins Come for your Sense of Smell, Then They Come After Your Brain

By | May 25th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

It’s always been obvious that inhaling air pollution can hurt your heart and lungs. But now researchers are catching on to the fact that the brain and nervous system can be harmed, too. And the damage can often start with your sense of smell. Odor [...]

Can a Device Used to Relieve Depression Stop Alzheimer’s?

By | May 21st, 2018|Categories: Brain Science|

It’s been a long time since we’ve seen any kind of breakthrough in Alzheimer’s research. That’s why this recent news caught my attention. While it’s not a cure, it shows promising ways we can help reduce some symptoms of the disease and give patients additional [...]

Raw or Cooked? Lift Your Spirits with the Right Choice

By | May 18th, 2018|Categories: Nutrition|

Fresh, frozen, canned or dried; it doesn't matter. Just make sure you include at least 14 ounces in your diet every day. That's the message of Fruits & Veggies - More Matters®. This initiative was set up over a decade ago in the hope it [...]

Later Menopause Improves Memory

By | May 14th, 2018|Categories: Brain Science|

Chills. Hot flashes. Night sweats. These are just some of the unpleasant symptoms that can come with the "change of life." More serious is the fact (covered in Issue #493) that the plunging estrogen levels associated with menopause are damaging to certain brain cells and increase [...]

Get a Grip! For a Healthy Brain You Need a Strong Handshake

By | May 11th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

As strange as it sounds, the strength of your handshake is a key determinant of your state of health. Even more surprising, it's a better measure than high blood pressure or obesity for predicting the chances of dying from heart disease or indeed from any cause.4 So [...]

One Reason More Women Than Men Get Alzheimer’s – And a Solution

By | May 7th, 2018|Categories: Brain Science|

Twice as many women as men get Alzheimer’s disease. And it’s not just because women usually live longer than men. Researchers have discovered that as women age, metabolic changes in their brains – linked to menopause – give rise to changes that make them more [...]

Virtual Reality Goggles Can Help with Stroke, Parkinson’s and More

By | May 4th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

Video game companies and movie makers have been the most enthusiastic supporters of developing virtual reality goggles. If you’re not familiar with these techno-gadgets, they are generally helmet-like devices you wear over your head that induce the belief you’re somewhere where you really aren’t, doing [...]

Aromatic Herb Enhances Short-Term Memory and Helps You Sleep

By | April 30th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

Its leaves provide a popular flavor for foods and drinks. Its oil flavors toothpaste, chewing gum and candy. The herb is also widely used in healing. For maladies ranging from bad breath, indigestion and gas to sore throat, the common cold and arthritis, this can [...]

Scientific First: New Study Proves Mental Decline is Not Inevitable

By | April 27th, 2018|Categories: Brain Science|

20 years ago, in a landmark article, researchers concluded that the human brain retains the potential for self-renewal throughout life. Before this, scientists believed the adult brain was hard-wired and therefore not able to produce new cells. While most neuroscientists accepted the new findings, there [...]

Two-Nutrient Combo Lowers Risk of Alzheimer’s Better than Either One Alone

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

Researchers have stumbled on a super-powered duo of nutrients that may be able to rescue your brain from the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other debilitating disorders. According to some of the most advanced research, this pair of nutrients can help the brain make more [...]

Boost Your Brain Performance with the Proper Color

By | April 20th, 2018|Categories: Lifestyle|

If you’ve been with us for a while, you’re aware that the right nutrients in fruits and vegetables can improve the way your brain functions and ages. But researchers have now also found that the color scheme that surrounds you in your daily life exerts a [...]

Tap Water May Increase Your Risk of Alzheimer’s

By | April 13th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

About 11% of people over age 65 are suffering from dementia. And for people over 85, the figure grows to a staggering 32% -- almost one-third.1Today we’ll look at an intriguing theory that may go a long way toward explaining the epidemic. If you go [...]

Priceless Protein Helps Your Brain Manufacture New Cells

By | April 9th, 2018|Categories: Nutrition|

If you want to keep your memory going strong as you get older, you need to know that taurine is central to the health of the brain’s neurons. Although not technically one of the “amino acids” you often hear about, it’s a closely related protein the body [...]

Specific Link Identified Between Low-Quality Sleep and Alzheimer’s Disease

By | April 6th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher slept only four or five hours a night, and were proud of it. So is Donald Trump, who seems to wear it like a badge of honor. But both the former president and prime minister went on to develop Alzheimer's [...]

Keep Your Brain Energized and Stress-Proof

By | April 2nd, 2018|Categories: Brain Science|

Stress is a brain killer. It can jumble your thoughts, make it harder to learn new information, and blur your memory. And as researchers keep delving into the mysteries about how stress can warp health and mess with our minds, they are placing a major [...]

For a Healthier Brain, Sleep Like This

By | March 30th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

Did you know the position you sleep in may have a significant effect on how well your brain cleans itself out at night, and thereby protects your neurological health? We’ve talked in these pages about how removing excess waste products in your brain is critical [...]

This Tips You Off that You’re at Risk of Future Alzheimer’s

By | March 26th, 2018|Categories: Natural Health|

How good is your sense of smell? For over three decades, scientists have been interested in this question because the answer can indicate your risk for Alzheimer's. Back in the 1970s researchers discovered that loss of smell went hand in hand with neurodegenerative conditions. In [...]

A Serving of Squash Lowers Your Risk of Dementia

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

If you’ve been indulging in sweet squash this winter, like acorn, butternut, or sugar pumpkin, you made a good choice for your overall health. You may even have reduced your risk of dementia. Why? Because winter squash varieties are high in beta-carotene… and beta-carotene is [...]

You Don’t Have to Rely on Beetroot Juice to Boost Blood Flow to the Brain

By | March 19th, 2018|Categories: Nutrition|

It decreases blood pressure, boosts athletic performance and improves cognitive function, but a lot of people just don’t like beetroot juice. This was demonstrated in a trial of 14 participants where one person refused to drink it a second time, so the researchers had to [...]

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