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Telomere Tips

Telomere Tips Forget “you’re only as old as you feel” or “age is just a number.” Soon, the saying on everyone’s lips might be “you’re only as old as your telomeres are short.” As researchers learn how to naturally slow aging to keep us looking and feeling young, they’re looking at telomeres, the parts of chromosomes that control aging, for the answers. And with possible links to Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and some types of cancer, the...

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Myelin Support to Reclaim Your Brain

Myelin Support to Reclaim Your Brain Myelin is a fatty, white substance that wraps around the end of many nerve cells. Myelin is critical for optimal brain function and mental health.  It forms an electrically insulating sheath that increases nerve condition speeds. In other words, it allows your brain to send information faster and more efficiently, making it absolutely essential for the optimal functioning of your nervous system. So not surprisingly, it plays a key role in determining intelligence and improving cognitive...

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Niacin Benefits: Heart / Arthritis / Dementia

Niacin Benefits: Heart / Arthritis / Dementia Dr. Dave recommends Happy Heart from My Remedy Shop to provide niacin and other heart-friendly supplements.  Other Benefits: Niacin (or nicotinic acid as it’s referred to in medical circles) was the third B vitamin to be discovered (hence the name B3). It wasn’t until about 1943, though, that a couple of doctors reported that niacin worked wonders in relieving the pain and stiffness associated with arthritis. Unfortunately, their research was never well publicized, since that was around...

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Alzheimer’s Avoidance Tips From Dr. Dave

Alzheimer’s Avoidance Tips From Dr. Dave Tip From Dr. Dave Jensen about Alzheimer’s… A British study may provide proof that aluminum does indeed have a role in Alzheimer’s disease. Although a link had been suspected by many scientists and health authorities for more than 50 years, many claimed there was no definite proof. In a study of more than 100 human brains, Professor Chris Exley and his research team from Keele University found that some of the highest levels of aluminum ever found were in the brains of people...

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