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  1. How to Improve Your Memory: Top 8 Tips To Boost BrainPower

    How to Improve Your Memory: Top 8 Tips To Boost BrainPower
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  2. ‘Gluten Brain’: Wheat Cuts Off Blood Flow To Frontal Cortex

    ‘Gluten Brain’: Wheat Cuts Off Blood Flow To Frontal Cortex
    If you suffer from celiac disease or know someone who does, here’s sobering food for thought. According to health experts, consumption of gluten-containing grains may actually contribute to the development of psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia; and now new and disturbing research seems to confirm their opinion, by showing that wheat consumption cuts off blood flow to a vital area of...
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  3. Excess Weight Linked To Brain Changes In Memory, Emotions And Appetite

    Excess Weight Linked To Brain Changes In Memory, Emotions And Appetite
    According to a study carried out at SUNY Downstate Medical Center and other institutions, being overweight appears to be related to reduced levels of a key molecule that reflects brain cell health in the hippocampus - a part of the brain involved in memory, learning and emotions and likely also involved in appetite control. A multicenter team worked together to...
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  4. Effective Migraine Relief With Essential Oils

    Effective Migraine Relief With Essential Oils
    Did you know that essential oil of lavender has been shown to relieve migraine pain and accompanying symptoms by 72% - in fact, more effectively than any prescription medications? A 2012 study conducted at Mashhad University of Medical Sciences in Iran enrolled 47 diagnosed migraine patients and randomly assigned them to one of two groups. Trial subjects were told to...
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  5. Does A Daily Dose Of Beet Juice Promotes Brain Health?

    Does A Daily Dose Of Beet Juice Promotes Brain Health?
    New research shows that drinking beet juice increases blood flow to the brain in older adults - a finding that has great potential for combating the development of dementia as we age. Several studies had previously shown that drinking beet juice lowers blood pressure (BP), but now it appears beet juice can also increase blood flow to the brain. This...
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  6. What is Omega 7?

    What is Omega 7?
    You’re probably already familiar with the essential omenga-3 fats, and the many health benefits they offer - protecting against the harmful effects of inflammation, heart disease, and more. Now new studies have uncovered omega-7, a promising new omega fatty acid with a significant beneficial impact on both cholesterol levels and plaque development in arteries. Omega-7 fats are found in all tissues...
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  7. Cranberries For Preventing Urinary Tract Infections

    Cranberries For Preventing Urinary Tract Infections
    More than 150 published research studies show that cranberries have the ability to reduce the incidence of infections, improve heart health and tone down inflammation. For example, uniquely bioactive natural compounds in cranberries have been shown to promote a healthy urinary tract.     Urinary tract infections (UTIs) affect more than 15 million US women every year. Antibiotic treatment remains...
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  8. Video Blog: Hormones: IVL Explains The Different Types of Hormones

     
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  9. Is there a Connection Between Diet Soda and Stroke Risks?

    Is there a Connection Between Diet Soda and Stroke Risks?
    Are you one of those people who feel that diet soda is healthier than regular soft drinks? Think again. True - you need to limit your consumption of sugar, particularly the sugar used to sweeten regular soda. However, given the choice between regular soda and diet, regular soda is actually less likely to damage your health. That’s because new research...
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  10. How Ginko Biloba Benefits Improves Brain Health

    How Ginko Biloba Benefits Improves Brain Health
    What better way is there to keep your brain healthy and memory sharp than with a living fossil? The modern Ginkgo biloba tree is related to fossils dating back 270 million years, to the Permian period. Today, a single Ginkgo biloba tree can live as long as 1,000 years. Given this, imagine what it can do for you, or more specifically, your brain...
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