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Your Memory and Vitamin D

Your Memory and Vitamin D

If you needed one more reason to make sure your vitamin D levels are adequate, Duke-NUS Medical School and Duke University can give it to you. Researchers at these institutions recently conducted a study of elderly Chinese people that linked low vitamin D levels to a... read more
Keep Your Food Boring, And Your Life Interesting

Keep Your Food Boring, And Your Life Interesting

Are you guilty of the following erroneous belief? I will never find any other sources of pleasure or satisfaction in my life to replace the bad habits that are undermining my health. Some people are quite aware that they hold this belief, and will even state it out... read more
Sugar Causes Cancer

Sugar Causes Cancer

For some time now, scientists have known about the Warburg effect: the name for the fact that cancer cells break down sugar quickly, which in turn promotes tumor growth. However, researchers have been hesitant to say that consuming sugar can definitely lead to... read more
Vitamin D Deficiency Can Lead to Cancer

Vitamin D Deficiency Can Lead to Cancer

Researchers have linked a deficiency in vitamin D to everything from neurodegenerative disease to breast cancer to depression. Now a new review study conducted at the University of Warwick and presented at the Society for Endocrinology’s annual conference has... read more
Magnesium and Cancer

Magnesium and Cancer

Magnesium is basic to cancer treatment and its avoidance. Several studies have shown an increased cancer rate in regions with low magnesium levels in soil and drinking water. In Egypt, the cancer rate was only about 10% of that in Europe and America. Among the rural... 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
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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