This post was originally published on this sitePMID: Nutrition. 2018 Oct 10 ;60:118-121. Epub 2018 Oct 10. PMID: 30554068 Abstract Title: The ketogenic diet as a potential treatment and prevention strategy for Alzheimer’s disease. Abstract: The prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease, a chronic neurodegenerative condition, is increasing as is the need for effective treatments and preventions. … Read moreThe ketogenic diet as a potential treatment and prevention strategy for Alzheimer’s disease.
This post was originally published on this site The human body is totally amazing! With the help of modern science, a couple was able to achieve their lifelong dream of being parents. A first-time mother much older than the Indian average age of first birth of 20, brought a son into the world after more … Read more72-Year-Old Woman Gives Birth To Baby Boy And Becomes One Of The Oldest Moms In The World
PMID: J Nutr Biochem. 2018 Nov 12 ;65:35-45. Epub 2018 Nov 12. PMID: 30616064 Abstract Title: Purple sweet potato color protects against high-fat diet-induced cognitive deficits through AMPK-mediated autophagy in mouse hippocampus. Abstract: Prevention of obesity-induced cognitive decline is an important public health goal. Purple sweet potato color (PSPC), a class of naturally occurring anthocyanins, … Read morePurple sweet potato color protects against high-fat diet-induced cognitive deficits.
An Israeli company named Alpha Tau Medical is breaking new ground in the destruction of cancerous tumors. Alpha Tau medical has developed a new technology called targeted radiotherapy. Targeted radiotherapy differs from regular radiotherapy. Regular radiotherapy has a long viability duration, which is not very favorable for the human body. Targeted radiotherapy is a new … Read moreIsraeli company claims it has created new technology that can destroy cancerous tumors
This post was originally published on this site Scientists really never back down. A new dental replacement procedure has been discovered and tested, and it’s a whole lot better than getting regular dentures and artificial teeth. Losing a tooth is a source of major pain, and it also comes with a lot of issues and … Read moreStem Cell Dental Implants Grow New Teeth In 2 Months!
Angels do live among us, albeit sometimes without the wings and halos. Nine-year-old British boy Bailey Cooper had a mission to accomplish despite being exhausted from unimaginable pain. He held on harder than is expected of a nine-year-old because he had to meet his little sister. 28-year-old Rachel Cooper, Bailey’s mom told him during her … Read moreNINE-YEAR-OLD BOY WITH TERMINAL CANCER HANGS ON TO MEET BABY SISTER
It’s normal for everyone to assume that when manufactured fatty foods aren’t refrigerated, they’ll sooner or later go bad. That’s the reason why a lot of people take to storing butter in the fridge, but the butter doesn’t always come out the same. So what’s the way around this issue? Can you leave butter out … Read moreIs It Safe to Leave Butter on the Counter?
Cornucopia’s Take: Cornucopia seeks to help eaters find research on what is healthy and what is not, and the task is harder than you might think. In the case of carrageenan, a thickener and emulsifier often used in processing plant-based beverages and other foods, we found a great deal of compelling evidence that carrageenan makes … Read moreThe Best Research Money Can Buy
Health magazine called 2018 the year of “high-fat fads, meat-only meals, and Bible-inspired eating.” What are were two of the most popular diets that contributed to this reputation? The ketogenic diet and the “Carnivore diet” (aka the Paleo diet). Given the fact that millions of people are now proponents for these two low-carb diets, let’s talk … Read morePaleo vs Keto: Differences & What They Have in Common
It’s been conclusively demonstrated that people who take cholesterol-lowering statin drugs—especially women—are more prone to Type 2 diabetes, the kind associated with being overweight. So much so that the FDA issued a black box warning saying that statin drugs could…read more
When our smartphones, televisions or other gadgets stop working, it seems like the only choice we have is to get rid of it. This never-ending stream of electronic waste has created mountains of toxic trash that’s hazardous to people and the planet. That’s why consumers and lawmakers in the U.S. and Europe are fighting back … Read more‘Right to Repair’: Fixing Our Own Broken Stuff Should Be Standard
This post was originally published on this siteWhat everyone is talking about this week. The post Chipotle Introduces New Keto Bowls + More Trending Stories appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.
I always enjoy a good cole slaw. Cole slaw is one of my favorite go to side/vegetable dishes. I have made it many ways, but I always use cabbage as the base. Recently as I was using the Zoodle maker to shred my red cabbage, I decided to be more creative and add some other … Read moreCole Slaw Salad
This post was originally published on this site Post sponsored by Barilla. See below for more details. There is nothing quite as delicious as a simple bowl of pasta tossed with a bit of pesto. This take with an easy broccoli pesto pasta is one of the ways I keep the pasta/pesto combination alive during … Read moreBroccoli Pesto Pasta with Chickpea Casarecce
(An uncapped needle that a Starbucks worker said she found in the trash in December 2018. Photo Credit: Starbucks employee) Due to an increase in Starbucks employees finding blood and syringes in store bathrooms, the company will now install boxes for safe disposal at certain locations. This is an incredibly serious matter. “The coffee giant … Read moreBusiness Insider: Drugs and syringes have become such a problem in Starbucks bathrooms that the company is installing needle-disposal boxes in certain locations
This post was originally published on this site If you’ve seen lovers’ initials carved in a tree, it’s probably a beech. The iconic species—known for its smooth, delicate bark—is not just a favorite canvas for bark carvers, they provide shelter and food for a large range of wildlife, including birds, squirrels and bears. But scientists … Read moreA Mysterious Leaf Disease Is Killing Beech Trees—and It’s Spreading
The strong, Black woman. The Asian “model minority.” “¡No soy loco!” These tropes, expressions, and labels are often used to demonstrate (and even celebrate) the “resiliency” of people of color. But it’s a trap. These stereotypes may seem empowering, but beneath the surface, they are damaging. By denying our humanity, we downplay the mental-health effects … Read moreFour Ways People of Color Can Foster Mental Health and Practice Restorative Healing
This post was originally published on this siteThis meal adds new flavors to the leftover short ribs from last week’s comfort food recipe—and pairs the ribs with a colorful slaw that offers a boost of probiotic magic. It’s an easy, quick meal that balances the richness of short ribs with fish sauce and balsamic vinegar … Read moreInstant Pot Short Ribs with Sesame Ginger Slaw
David Perlmutter M.D. – Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. Osteoporosis and low bone mass (osteopenia) represent a major public health threat here in the United States, affecting over 53 million American women and men aged 50 and older. To be clear, this represents more than half of … Read moreCBD and Osteoporosis — New Insights
As sometimes overwhelmed moms with kids and spouses to care for (not to mention everything else) we want answers. We want to know how to make life easier, more enjoyable, and more fulfilling for ourselves and our families. To that end, we watch a lot of TED talks in our family for fresh ideas and… … Read moreFavorite TED Talks for Moms, Kids & Family
Cornucopia’s Take: The GMO labeling law crawled out of the swamp in time for Christmas. The USDA will allow QR codes instead of legitimate labeling and, for those who do choose to label clearly, the necessary language is the little-know phrase, “bioengineered food.” Soda and oils made from GMOs are exempt from any labeling. The … Read moreUSDA’s “GMO Labeling Law” is a Farce
This post was originally published on this siteA collection of the easiest dinners on 101 Cookbooks. These are some of my personal favorites – the ones that are super weeknight-friendly, with reasonable ingredient lists. And I’m pulling some long-time favorites from deep in the archives. I’ll update and add to it over time with bonus … Read more17 of the Easiest Dinners on 101 Cookbooks
Download MP3 Around the globe, we are waking up to how many of our ailments and illnesses can be attributed to our sedentary lifestyles. We have been told to move more to resolve our pain or decrease our risk for certain ailments, but we’re not sure where to start. On today’s Broken Brain Podcast, … Read moreThe Broken Brain Podcast – Nutritious Movement with Katy Bowman
This post was originally published on this site Chobani is releasing a line of non-dairy products made from a coconut cream base! The post Chobani is Releasing a Line of Non-Dairy Yogurt Alternatives appeared first on One Green Planet.
In a major victory for animal rights, The Supreme Court of the United Sates upheld California’s ban on Foie Gras, a cruel product made with goose liver. The post Foie Gras Ban in California Upheld by Supreme Court appeared first on One Green Planet.
Six Reasons Athletes Are Running Toward a Vegan Diet Jeff Surak Thu, 01/10/2019 – 09:02 Author President – Neal Barnard, M.D., F.A.C.C. Featured Image running-toward-vegan-diet.png Summary Meat-free athletes—from tennis champion Venus Williams to Formula 1’s Lewis Hamilton to Derrick Morgan of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans—have already proven the performance-boosting power of a plant-based diet. Now, … Read moreSix Reasons Athletes Are Running Toward a Vegan Diet
This post was originally published on this site Unfortunately, the conventional treatments available for Parkinson’s disease are limited to surgical interventions and medications that come with numerous side effects. But a growing body of research indicates that there are many modifiable risk factors associated with the condition, providing us with clues as to what measures … Read moreHow to Prevent Parkinson’s Disease with Diet and Lifestyle