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Keep your Brain Young with Antioxidants

Life is a balancing act between making energy by combusting glucose with oxygen, then generating ‘oxidant’ exhaust fumes, and disarming them. In the end, we lose, which is why all…

Sleep Well, Stay Calm and Live Purposefully

A person’s emotional health, reflected in levels of anxiety, depression, lack of purposeful activities, positive attitude and social interaction, as well as sleep, are associated with increased future risk…

B vitamins and homocysteine

B vitamins are essential for many aspects of brain function. They are essential for healthy methylation, which is needed to build brain cell membranes and neurotransmitters that pass messages…

Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

Half of the risk for developing dementia and Alzheimer’s is preventable. BEFORE AFTER Only 1 in 100 cases are caused by genes. Much of the risk relates to nutrition…

Homocysteine: A Comprehensive Overview

Homocysteine, a sulphur containing compound within the methionine cycle, is explored here in this comprehensive review conducted by Tracey-Anne Hipkiss, MSc. Introduction The purpose of this review is to…

Fuel Your Brain for Better Memory

You have over 80 billion brain cells (neurons) making 100 trillion connections to others consuming 22% of all the energy you derive from food. Since neurons are tightly packed together…