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The Miracle of Melatonin—Health Beyond Restorative Sleep

Ref. #153
While melatonin is known for helping people reset their circadian rhythms for restorative sleep, there’s growing evidence that this natural hormone fights bacteria, inhibits viral infections, and even prevents the spread of cancer. Melatonin has many amazing attributes that can help restore and preserve your health in many ways. What it does and how to choose a melatonin is news you can use!
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Better Focus, Energy, Strength, and Stamina with Red Ginseng

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Are you worn out by physical and psychological stress? That’s an everyday feeling for most people today, but it doesn’t have to be. Red ginseng, the one that is safe and delivers the benefits you need is your answer. Learn why it’s so amazing, and what to look for when choosing red ginseng.
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Live Without Anxiety!

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Everyone has a little anxiety now and then. But for some people, anxiety depletes their energy and destroys their self-confidence. Their waking moments are clouded by a sense of impending disaster, or outright fear—without any obvious cause. There is a botanical that can reduce anxiety, calm fears, and worry, and even help with sound sleep. It’s time you know your answer for anxiety.      
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How Glutathione Can Save Your Life

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Do you know about glutathione? You should! It’s so important that your body uses it to protect you from tumors, keeps DNA damaging oxidative stress at bay, helps rid your body of toxins, and keeps every cell rejuvenated and healthy. But there are multiple factors that cause us to fall below what our body needs. Learn why you need glutathione and why standard supplements don’t cut it when it comes to giving you what’s needed for your good health.
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Natural Alternatives for ADD/ADHD

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When our children start to experience problems with school, and sometimes behavior as well, our own anxieties kick into high gear. Aside from trying to address it with synthetic drugs, we may feel like our options are completely limited. But they aren’t. There are better, natural ways to help children overcome the challenges of Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD).
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Prevent Disease with CoQ10

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CoQ10 is present in virtually every cell in your body. But aging, medications, genetics, and strenuous physical activity deplete our natural levels of this nutrient. That’s why I think everyone should add CoQ10 (also known as ubiquinone) or its bioactive form, ubiquinol, to their regimens. Here’s important news everyone can use.
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Lift Your Depression with Saffron & Curcumin

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Anyone who struggles with depression knows how much they feel trapped by the condition and how they may also feel trapped by the conventional drugs commonly used to treat it.That’s why research investigating saffron and curcumin for depression is so exciting. These natural medicines don’t interfere with existing treatments, and may even make them more effective. Here’s the safe way to deal with depression and increase your sense of hope and well-being.  
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Curcumin: The All In One Solution, Part 2

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Are you or someone important to you living a life of pain? Whatever the reason for your pain, inflammation is at the root cause of much of the pain that happens to people. I’d like to tell you more about how the right kind of curcumin can address your pain in safe and effective ways. It’s time to stop inflammation and chronic disease, and all the pain it causes….stay tuned.
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Salmon Extract Offers More Benefits Than Fish Oil

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You’ve probably heard of fish and krill oil, but I want to tell you about a salmon extract that is far superior because of omega-3s, phospholipids, and peptides. You might not be familiar with those words right now, but stay tuned, because soon you will understand why they can make all the difference to prevent heart attacks and strokes, reduce inflammation throughout the body, slow cognitive decline, improve focus and mental agility, strengthen arteries and blood vessels, and so much more. ..all without fish burps. Don’t settle for fish or krill oil. There’s a better way.  
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Solutions for Alzheimer’s

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Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia can be devastating—mentally, physically, and emotionally. The good news is recent evidence shows natural ingredients can help slow and possibly even reverse the symptoms of these distressing diseases.  
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The Power of CoQ10: Fuel for Your Cellular Engines

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If you had to name an “engine” that powers the activity of virtually every cell in your body, it would be the mitochondria. Because it is ubiquitous, and found everywhere in the body, a crucial factor in fueling that engine is “ubiquinone”. You’re probably most familiar with its other name, coenzyme Q10, also known as “CoQ10”. CoQ10 helps spark the process of moving the electrons in the mitochondria to create adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the natural “gasoline” or “battery” that powers our body at a microscopic level. Of all the cells in the body, the heart contains the most mitochondria, but the brain needs impressive amounts of CoQ10, too.
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The Life Saving Value of Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (P5P) and Magnesium

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Everyone has heard of vitamin B6 and a few may even be able to tell you that the B vitamins have a lot of research on energy and the nervous system. Vitamin B6 is critical for life itself. Having low…
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Attention Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder should not be seen as something bad.

Revolutionary Rhodiola

Rhodiola, or golden root, has been used for thousands of years to increase energy, reduce fatigue, boost mental and physical energy and stamina, and benefit libido—all without artificial stimulants.

What if You Could Increase Omega-3 Absorption 50 Times?

All omega-3 fatty acid sources are not equal. Terry explains the difference between the different carriers of fatty acids, and how they are absorbed by your body, and dramatic differences with phospholipids.

Cannabis? Marijuana? CBD? Hemp Oil? What Works and Why! Understanding the endocannabinoid system.

Presented by Dr. Holly Lucille
Did you know that an exciting breakthrough occurred in the last few decades regarding the human body? Researchers have discovered a previously unknown biological system found in humans and throughout the animal kingdom, called the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS…

Ashwagandha: Stress, Anxiety, Memory, Weight Loss, Libido, Muscle Strength and Endurance

Presented by Terry Lemerond
Join natural products expert, Terry Lemerond, as he shares some of the amazing health benefits of ashwagandha. Ashwagandha has been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years and is still highly valued today. By restoring balance in the body, without…

Olive Extract - Heart Disease, Cancer, and Memory

Presented by Terry Lemerond
Olives are one of the healthiest foods on the planet. But did you know that aside from olive oil, there are many other beneficial compounds in the olive leaf and fruit extract? Learn from Terry Lemerond how olive extract can…

Supercharging Curcumin with Turmeric Essential Oil

Presented by Terry Lemerond
Learn about the synergy between curcumin and turmeric essential oil. Did you know that standard curcumin extracts do not contain turmeric essential oil? Studies have shown that turmeric essential oil can significantly increase curcumin's absorption and activity in the body.…

Effective Treatment of Fibromyalgia Using the SHINE Protocol

Presented by Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum
Fibromyalgia often represents a body-wide energy crisis that manifests as chronic fatigue, muscle pain and weakness (especially in trigger points), memory issues, and mood changes. Join Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum for a discussion on treating fibromyalgia with a protocol that involves…

A Focus on Fats: Learn to Eat Like Terry

Presented by Terry Lemerond
Have you ever wondered what Terry eats to keep him in tip-top shape? You might be surprised to learn that Terry keeps himself trim with a diet that includes a lot of fats. But not just any fats. Terry eats…

Not Your Mama's Turmeric: Unexpected Uses For This Mighty Herb!

Presented by Dr. Holly Lucille
Curcumin (extracted from the turmeric rhizome) is the best-selling herb in the U.S. and is one of the most important natural medicines of our time. Many know about curcumin’s proven effectiveness for pain, arthritis, and cancer. However, there are many…

Natural Approaches to Empower People with Parkinson's Disease

Presented by Presented by: Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, MD
Parkinson's disease is a progressive neurological disease that affects the motor skills of its victims. Tremors and stiffness are hallmarks of this devastating disease, but other symptoms are also possible, including pain, dementia and confusion, and depression. If you or…

Unlocking Glutathione's Power: Serious Medicine for Serious Illnesses

Presented by Cheryl Myers, RN
Sometimes called the “Master Antioxidant,” glutathione’s scope well exceeds that description. In addition to neutralizing free radical damage, glutathione is required to detoxify pollutants and toxins, protect against cancer, and keep our dietary antioxidants at full effectiveness. Unfortunately, by the…

Beat Sugar Addiction NOW!

Presented by Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum
If you are a typical American, you are consuming 200 lbs. of sugar a year. This sugar addiction may explain why you are tired, achy, "brain fogged," anxious, and unable to lose weight. In this fascinating new look at the…

Got Pain? Curcumin: The All-In-One Solution for Pain and Inflammation

Presented by Terry Lemerond
If you are one of the almost 8 million Americans who experiences daily pain, you will want to listen to this presentation. Natural health expert Terry Lemerond shares the medicinal secrets of curcumin and the surprising benefits it can yield…

Curcumin and Alzheimer's Disease

Presented by Dr. Ralph Martins
Every 70 seconds, someone in America develops Alzheimer's disease. However, there is hope that one day a treatment for this much feared disease will be found. This is a rare opportunity to hear from an acknowledged expert, and one of…

What You Probably Know About Melatonin…

More than Sleep: Melatonin Has MANY Functions!

Fill the nutrient gaps

Back to Basics: Don’t Forget Your Daily Multiple!

What makes a strong immune system?

The immune system requires a number of nutrients to keep it running. For example, low vitamin C increases risk of severe respiratory infections, including pneumonia.

Who can benefit from glutathione?

A healthy child has about 99% of their glutathione in the active form, and 1% or less in the inactive form. But the older we get, the less active glutathione we have, and the more inactive glutathione is present.

What to know about CoQ10?

Researchers found a 51% decrease in blood levels of CoQ10 after 30 days of use of a statin drug!!

Help for ADD/ADHD

New study finds rate of attention deficit disorder has increased over 60% in the last 20 years!

Adaptogens – Ashwaghanda and Rhodiola

For people with mild cognitive impairment, 8 weeks of ashwagandha supplementation significantly improved memory and attention!!  

Aging Baby Boomers will lead to more cases of Alzheimer’s disease

By 2060, about 6 million people will have mild memory impairment and 9 million will have full blown Alzheimer’s.

The Rise of Alzheimer’s Disease

Mild memory problem: where did I put my car keys? Alzheimer’s: what am I supposed to do with these keys?

Can Vitamin D Supplementation Improve ADHD Symptoms?

It’s easy to discount the importance of common vitamins and minerals because they seem so familiar and are often included in fortified foods. Although vitamin D is frequently cited as a major factor for healthy bones and the immune system,…
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Ginkgo Protects Hearing, Heals Hearing Loss

According to the National Institute on Deafness and other Communication Disorders, National Institutes of Health, up to 40 million Americans under the age of 70 may be affected by noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). For many in noisy jobs – construction,…
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Propolis: A Brain Booster?

Propolis is gathered by bees to help build and maintain their hives, and is rich in healthy natural compounds. Its name, from Greek, means “defender of the city,” and is entirely accurate: propolis has natural antibacterial and antiviral actions that…
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Ashwagandha: The Adaptogen That Preserves Memory

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is a powerful adaptogen that helps the mind and body overcome exhaustion, stay resilient in the face of stress, and may even help preserve memory and enhance mental processing speed. Previous laboratory studies with the herb have…
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Blueberries and Strawberries are Disease-Fighting Superfoods

It’s no secret that fruits contain powerful, beneficial natural compounds that keep us healthy. And certainly, blueberries have had their share of deservedly good press when it comes to the positive effects they show for cognitive, cardiovascular, and vision support.…
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Curcumin Reverses Aluminum Toxicity in the Brain

Aluminum is one of the most common minerals on the planet. And while you wouldn’t normally consider it as part of a meal, we ingest or take in about 10 mg of aluminum every day. Sources include cookware, cosmetics, lotions,…
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Selenium is a Mineral for Your Mind

Selenium is one of life’s essential minerals, but it’s understandable if you don’t think about it very often. It doesn’t get the attention that iron, or even magnesium gets, but it is a remarkable necessity nonetheless. Selenium is found in…
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Melatonin for Depression?

Our states of mind are directly related to circadian rhythms. Clinical work has found that by synchronizing those rhythms through treatment with melatonin, people can feel some relief from the symptoms of depression. Getting the circadian cycle in balance is…
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Boswellia Protects the Brain

The Ayurvedic herb, Boswellia serrata, also commonly known as frankincense, is already well regarded for reducing inflammation along 5-Lipoxygenase (5-LOX) pathway. 5-LOX inflammation is associated with rheumatoid arthritis, respiratory conditions, and digestive diseases, just to name a few. This type…
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Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Treating Impulsiveness, and Aggression

For some years, there has been a strong interest in the effects of omega-3 fatty acids on behavior. Some studies have found that increasing omega-3s, while decreasing omega-6 intake, alleviates symptoms of depression and anxiety. But beyond those conditions, omega-3s…
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Does a Diet of Meat and Eggs mean Less Dementia?

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, about 50 million people worldwide live with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Because there is no known cure, researchers around the world are wondering what can be done to prevent dementia from occurring in…
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Mediterranean Diet for Strength, Wisdom, and a Long Life

For several years, the Mediterranean diet has been considered one of the healthiest, and for good reason. It’s emphasis on healthy fats, like olive oil and fish, plentiful fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and nuts, make it a favorite…
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Need Better Focus? Try Red Ginseng!

According to a Gallup poll, 79 percent of Americans are stressed in some way – that’s about 8 out of 10 people. Perhaps you’re one of them. Over time, that stress has a depleting effect on daily energy levels, focus,…
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Vitamin D During Pregnancy is Critical for Infant Brain Development

Vitamin D deficiency is common, especially in northern latitudes where sunlight feels like it's in short supply. Combine that with hours spent indoors for work, and it’s easy for anyone to be low in this critical nutrient. However, in pregnancy,…
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Saffron: An Ancient Herb for ADHD

Statistics compiled by the Department of Health and Human Services show that over six million children are diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). About half contend with behavior issues, and a third deal with anxiety. Many children in the United States receive…
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Lemon Balm and Lavender for Depression

According to the World Health Organization, over 260 people worldwide suffer from depression. One of the drugs used in conventional treatment for depression is fluoxetine, a type of medication known as a selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI). One well-known prescription…
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Are Common Drugs Causing Dementia and Alzheimer’s?

Choline falls into its own category as a nutrient. It is not one of the B vitamins (or replaceable by B vitamins) but works closely with them. In the body, choline is a precursor to acetylcholine and is a component…
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Green Tea Protects the Brain

People have enjoyed drinking tea (Camellia sinensis) for thousands of years. The combination of its naturally-occurring amino acid l-theanine, combined with low levels of caffeine, gives people a sense of alertness and focus. Other compounds, including epicogallatin-3-gallate (better known as…
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Andrographis Fights Multiple Sclerosis Fatigue

Andrographis is widely known as a cold and flu fighter, reducing symptom severity and shortening the duration of illnesses. But the adaptogenic traits of the herb show a wide range of abilities, including reducing fatigue in individuals with multiple sclerosis.…
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Ashwagandha Preserves Cognitive Health

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is an adaptogenic herb that has been well-recognized in traditional practice and current research for its ability to help people remain energetic, focused, and better able to cope with stress. But like most adaptogens, it can do…
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Grape Seed Extract For Cancer, Heart Disease, Diabetes, and Alzheimer's.

Learn about the benefit of a high-quality, unadulterated, grape seed extract that can fight disease. For More information about grape seed extract click here.

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What Is Rhodiola Rosea?

Rhodiola rosea is an herb that's almost too good to be true. In this video, "Medicine Hunter" and author Chris Kilham lists the many ways that his favorite herb can impact your life. Watch video

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How Can Eating Gluten Affect The Health Of My Brain?

Gluten is a foreign protein to human physiology and is the cornerstone of leaky, brain-causing inflammation. Science has made some amazing discoveries about the blood-brain barrier in recent years, most importantly that it can become just as permeable as our gut lining.…

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The War On Cholesterol

The war on cholesterol has been waged for the past couple of decades because cholesterol is obviously something very terrible...or not exactly. It turns out that lower cholesterol levels are strongly associated with increased risk for becoming demented. Again, the…

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Epilepsy and Gluten Sensitivity

Epilepsy. It affects 3 million Americans and generally we as treating neurologists do not know the cause. Certainly in some cases the cause is readily identifiable, but most cases of epilepsy are what we call "idiopathic," meaning we don't understand…

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Elevated Blood Glucose Shrinks the Brain

David Perlmutter, M.D. Studies have demonstrated that there is a direct correlation between changes in size of the brains' memory center, the hippocampus, and declining memory function. So it’s obviously in our great interest to do everything we possibly can…

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Parkinson’s—Focus On Prevention

  One of the things I focus on is the notion that the preventive medicine mentality needs to be brought to the arena of brain related disorders. Can Parkinson's Disorder be prevented? The answer is "Yes." Parkinson's may very well…

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The Healthy Brain

Do conditions like dementia, Alzheimer's and autism reside in the brain alone, or does the body have a bigger role to play in the mind's health? The Agenda examines what can be done to ensure brain health from cradle to…

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Why We Must be Wary of Statins

by David Perlmutter, M.D. The case for exercising caution.    

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Gluten: A Most Addicting Drug

How does gluten behave in the brain? Well, in some ways, much like a drug. In this video, Dr. David Perlmutter will examine whether or not it's possible to be addicted to gluten/grains/bread. If so, we may need to start…

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"Grain Brain"

Dr. David Perlmutter on Fox & Friends. The truth about wheat, sugar and other carbs. Dr. Perlmutter and host, Clayton Morris discuss Grain Brain and the detrimental effect of carbohydrates on the brain.

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Medicine Hunter Chris Kilham on Rhodiola

  Join Dr. Bond and his guest Chris Kilham, The Medicine Hunter, as they discuss the benefits of Rhodiola in the areas of memory, depression, energy and so much more. “Every herbalist has their favorite plant. Mine is Rhodiola rosea.…

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The Mind IS a Terrible Thing to Waste

The Real Deal with Dr. Lucille. An entertaining video about preventing cognitive decline. An acclaimed expert in the field of natural medicine, Dr. Holly Lucille, a.k.a “Dr. Holly” has a compassionate and heartfelt passion for the wellness of every individual.…

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A Better Omega-3

Presented by Terry Lemerond. Fish oil has been a popular supplement for decades. Aside from eating a lot of fatty fish, it was really the only way to get a beneficial level of omega-3s. But it leaves a lot to…

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July 2021

30 July

Ketogenic Therapy For Brain Health

By: Christopher Palmer, MD, Charlie Foundation for Ketogenic Therapies

23 July

How Diet Can Help (or Hurt) Migraines

By: David Seaman, D.C., M.S., Science Writer, The Paleo Diet

2 July

Foods linked to better brainpower

By: Harvard Health Publishing

May 2021

February 2021

5 February

Melatonin and its Metabolites Promote the Formation of Long-Term Memories

By: Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Neuro Science News

November 2020

6 November

Anticholinergic Drugs May Accelerate Cognitive Decline

By: Kim Stewart, Today’s Practitioner

August 2020

14 August

April 2020

24 April

How Olive Oil Promotes Brain Health

By: Gary L. Wenk, Oxford University Press

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9 August

Mediterranean Diet Supports Healthy Brain Aging

By: Alissa Marrapodi, Food Product Design

July 2019

26 July

A Treat for Your Brain

By: Brain and Mental Performance, Functional Foods

June 2019

7 June

Top 10 Reasons to Eat Your Cruciferous Veggies

By: GreenMedInfo Research Group

May 2019

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4 January

Sugar Dumbs Us Down

By: Alliance for Natural Health

November 2018

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