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Diabetes Leads to Alzheimer’s

Diabetes Leads to Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease is becoming more and more common. But so far, nobody has discovered what leads up to it. That is until now. In an article entitled, “Alzheimer’s Is Type-3 Diabetes – Evidence Reviewed,” the authors summarize the... read more
Why Do We Lose Muscle Mass as We Age?

Why Do We Lose Muscle Mass as We Age?

As you may know from experience, we typically lose muscle mass as we age, starting around our 40th birthday. In fact, many people lose approximately 10% of their muscle mass every decade. While this may just leave you feeling slightly weaker at age 50 than you did at... read more
Magnesium and Migraines

Magnesium and Migraines

01 In non-menopausal women, estrogen rises before the period, causing a shift of blood magnesium into bone and muscle. As a result, magnesium levels in the brain are lowered. 02 When magnesium is low, it is unable to do its job to counteract the clotting action of... read more
Why We Don’t Eat Soy? Soy Causes:

Why We Don’t Eat Soy? Soy Causes:

01Alzheimer's disease 02Cognitive impairment 03Brain shrinkage and premature deterioration 04Production of steroidal hormones 05Estrogen formation, leading to erectile dysfunction 06Dementia by shrinking blood vessels in brain 07Early puberty in girls, and... read more
Parkinson’s? Or Essential Tremor?

Parkinson’s? Or Essential Tremor?

If your hand routinely shakes when you hold a drink, sign your name, or tap a number into your cell phone, you may fear that you’re on the way to Parkinson’s disease. But what you’re more likely to have is something that has nothing to do with Parkinson’s. It’s called... read more
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