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Fight Alzheimer's With Honokiol

…compound from the magnolia tree, honokiol has been shown to be helpful with Alzheimer’s disease as well as many neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis. These types of diseases are triggered by nerve cell damage caused by inflammation. A recent study has found that honokiol…

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Is Niacin Safe? A Closer Look at New Research

…Alternatives and on my website how niacin and niacinamide differ and how they function differently in the body. And in my article on Alzheimer’s disease, I specifically talked about the benefits being found with niacinamide—not niacin. The second problem is that this study utilized “extended-release”…

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Safe Alternatives to NSAIDs

…reader about whether or not I have changed my views on aspirin, considering it has been found to prevent heart attacks, cancer, and even Alzheimer’s disease. Not to mention, millions of people regularly use aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen and naproxen sodium…

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Is That Bug Spray Worth Your Health?

…Pesticides are neurotoxins that increase the risk of neurological problems in humans, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and ALS (better known as Lou Gehrig’s disease). They also cause a host of acute symptoms, such as chronic fatigue, insomnia, depression, brain fog, numbness…

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Will the Egg Controversy Ever End?

…dietary deficiency in the western diet, and it is directly related to the increase we’ve seen in many neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s, as well as cardiovascular disease and ADHD. For me, eggs rank in the top category of super foods. They provide some of the greatest bang for your buck when…

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The Health Benefits of Chia

…Diabetes One six-month study involved type 2 diabetes patients (11 men and nine women) who were already on a diet and/or medication to control their disease. Daily use of chia resulted in a very significant decrease in blood pressure—a drop of 10 points in the systolic pressure (the top number) and a…

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