Voltaire allegedly said, "Doctors are men who pour drugs of which they know little, to cure diseases of which they know less, into human beings of whom they know nothing."
Natural Flu Fighters
October 17, 2014
Terry’s Bottom Line: If you’re worried about the cold and flu season, don’t fall for anti-bacterial soaps & lotions and the constant messages to “get your flu shots.” There is a much better way. Powerful concentrated plant oils – up …
Doctors hardly know the names of their patients and less about their health problems.
Why all the daily and weekly weight loss tips Dr. Oz is giving?
Do you Fear Getting Alzheimer’s Disease? Curcumin, my top favorite medicinal plant has been clinically studied numerous times and found to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
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Preserve Your Knees and Joints
October 23, 2014
Do your knees and joints hurt the most when you’re really just trying to do the right thing and exercise to stay in shape? That’s not unusual. Over time, exercise and normal wear and tear break down the cartilage and …
Olive leaf and hibiscus can help take the strain off your heart and your arteries. Learn more about how these natural ingredients can help lower your high blood pressure naturally, with no significant side effects.
Dear Terry, “Is there a difference in curcumin and turmeric?” — John S., Anchorage, AK
Dear Terry, “I was just in our local vitamin store looking for some information on adult ADHD. The clerk there recommended that I take a multivitamin. Do you think this would help with the symptoms that go along with ADHD? If not, could you please recommend something else? Thank you for your time.” — Diane M., Spokane, WA
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Do you Fear Getting Alzheimer’s Disease?
Curcumin, my top favorite medicinal plant has been clinically studied numerous times and found to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. I just ran across a study from 2012 that indicated a higher vitamin D dietary level was associated with a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease among older women. Hypovitaminosis D is common among older adults affecting up to 90% of the elderly population. This is crucial in that results of epidemiological studies suggest the Hypovitaminosis D is associated with cognitive function and Alzheimer’s disease.
Vitamin D is a steroid hormone and not a vitamin that exhibits neurosteroid actions in the central nervous system, and it has been proposed that the chronic deficit of vitamin D neurotrophic anti-inflammatory as well as antioxidant properties may partially explain neuronal degeneration and Alzheimer’s disease.
Several other studies have shown sage essential oil and oil of rosemary were effective as an inhibitor of cholinesterase. Cholinesterase, an enzyme that typically breaks down acetylcholine, one of our essential brain neurotransmitters. A possible combination of curcumin, vitamin D, oil of sage and rosemary could be possibly more effective than drugs in reducing the effects of Alzheimer’s disease and the prevention of this disease. I believe the only drug approved currently is Aricept which is also based on its ability to inhibit cholinesterase. For the most part, Aricept has not been very effective or successful.
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