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Study supports magnesium threonate potential for cognitive health. The study used the commercial ClariMem product by Neurocentria , Inc., and Neurocentria funded the study and the product is formulated with the Magtein branded magnesium threonate ingredient (distributed by AIDP). Guosong Liu, MD, PhD, Professor at Tsinghua University (Beijing), CEO of Neurocentria, and lead author on the new study, said: “The loss of cognitive function is one of the greatest health fears of older adults. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that more than 16 million people live with it . Cognitive impairment adversely affects the quality of our daily lives, from stealing our memories to robbing us of basic daily physical activity.”

“The current study demonstrates the safety and efficacy of Magnesium Threonate (Magtein), a compound designed to help magnesium to cross the blood brain barrier so that it can increase brain synapse density on restoration of certain cognitive abilities. Study details. Mycomedicinals: An Informational Booklet on Medicinal Mushrooms by Paul Stamets. Sneakpeek8. Hacking Into Healing: The REAL Future of Medicine | Dr. Shamini Jain.

Investigating the "Impossible" About 40 years ago, a group of microbiologists, behavioral scientists, and medical doctors in laboratories from UCLA to Russia proposed, based on their carefully conducted, independent studies, a completely heretical idea: that the brain, immune, and hormonal systems were connected -- and that emotions had a major influence on the body. They were completely laughed at by the scientific and medical community. Some were denied tenure. They were sometimes shut out of university laboratories for their "psychological nonsense. " Nevertheless, they persisted with the idea, and with their tenacity and vision, as well as years of careful research in the laboratory, founded the field that we now know as psychoneuroimmunology, or PNI.

Fortunately for us, these scientists persisted -- and paved a path that has had tremendous impact on our understanding of health and medicine. Is the "New Medicine" really based on Ancient Medicine? The scientific link between happiness and exercise – What Happens To Our Brains When We Exercise And How It Makes Us Happier | Cool Buzz. Exercise has been touted to be a cure for nearly everything in life, from depression, to memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s and more. At the same time, similar to the topic of sleep, I found myself having very little specific and scientific knowledge about what exercise really does to our bodies and our brains.

“Yes, yes, I know all about it, that’s the thing with the endorphins, that makes you feel good and why we should exercise and stuff, right?” Is what I can hear myself say to someone bringing this up. I would pick up things here and there, yet really digging into the connection of exercise and how it effects us has never been something I’ve done. Inspired by a recent post from Joel on what makes us happy I’ve set out to uncover the connection between our feeling of happiness and exercising regularly. What triggers happiness in our brain when we exercise?

Most of us are aware of what happens to the body when we exercise. Now here is where it all gets interesting. 7 Natural Ways to Outsmart Toxins in Your Bedroom and Bath. DIY naturals. Lotions and potions and notions. This Beer Will Make You More Creative | Eat & Drink. The idea that just the right amount of alcohol can make us more creative earned the seal of scientific accuracy from researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago back in 2012.

Now, that research has paved the way for a beer that seeks to unlock our creative potential, sip by sip. The beer, engineered by Danish communications firm CP+B and brewed by Copenhagen-based microwbrewery Rocket Brewing Company, is called The Problem Solver. It's described as a fruity, hoppy, IPA. Its 75-centiliter bottle has hash marks running up its side, telling you exactly how much to drink based on your weight. It’s not an exact science because of the variance in our respective alcohol tolerances and dehydration levels. And then there’s the problem of actually stopping when you get to your appointed hash mark. But let's back up a step. In their experiment three years ago, University of Chicago researchers divided 40 participants (all males), into two groups of 20.

6 Invisible Benefits of Exercise | The Fit List. Muscle tone and weight control. For the past decade, these benefits have topped the list of reasons why we exercise, according to the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association’s annual report on the fitness industry. They consistently edge out others—like “feeling good after” and “increased energy"—we can’t see in a mirror. That doesn’t mean we don’t care about the stuff we can’t see. We assume, for instance, that the effort to break a sweat leads to better cardiovascular health and a lower cancer risk. And extra energy and happiness are still key benefits. But the breadth of invisible boons goes even further, affecting everything from our dating lives to our bowel movements. So the next time you’re stressing about a few stubborn pounds or a less-than-cut quad, focus on these six invisibly awesome effects of your efforts. 1.

Think of pain in one of two ways: pain threshold, when you begin to feel it, and pain tolerance, the max amount of pain you can sustain. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. So hike. Cover. Organic Consumers on Twitter: "Want to boost your immune system? Fermented vegetables are for you! Here's how to make them: Healing Herbal. Mushroom Info. 10 Youngsters Who Are Changing Food Systems For The Better. This is a community post, untouched by our editors. Food Tank is excited to highlight ten young foodies who make us more hopeful about the future. 1-2. Nikhil Arora and Alex Velez, 26 and 27 …on the precipice of their graduation from the University of California, Berkeley in 2009, turned down their offers to enter the world of consulting and investment banking to pursue mushrooms. 3.

…has a sweet tooth, but found himself butting heads with his parents, who didn’t want him filling up on processed candies and junk foods. 4. …is owner and founder of the Michigan Urban Farming Initiative (MUFI), a non-profit organization dedicated to engaging community members in sustainable agriculture on vacant plots of land, providing people with nutritious food, while making the community more conscientious about where their food comes from. 5-6. …are better known as the Spice Kidz. 7. 8. 9. 10. Margot is a senior at Duke University studying International Comparative Studies and Italian. Graviola - A-1 Discount Vitamins - Health Supplements Store. This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 23 July, 2013.

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Two capsules is equivalent to 1300mg per dose. More and more it seems researchers are discovering new benefits to using natural, God given, plants, herbs and minerals to enrich our lives from free radicals that cause abnormal cell growth that come from our food, water and environment. Graviola has been taken for its natural healing properties for years and due to information provided in recent years by RainTree Nutrition, The National Health Sciences Institute and the Dr.OZ cable show, there has been tremendous excitement to take Graviola also known as Soursop. Doctor OZ Show Talks About Graviola: Mountain Rose Herbs | Bulk organic herbs, spices & essential oils. Essential Oils.

Nutritional Therapy Successfully Used To Reverse MS. By Katherine Leonard MS, NC Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic, degenerative disease of the nerves in the brain and spine. The disease causes the body to attack an insulating substance around nerve cells called myelin. When the myelin is damaged, the function of the nerves deteriorate, resulting in muscle weakness, imbalance or loss of coordination, vision loss, and tremors. Research is now showing that the disease can be reversed by adopting a paleolithic diet (primarily meat, veggies, and nuts), optimizing vitamin D levels, and avoiding artificial ingredients, especially aspartame.It is now understood that environmental factors, especially diet, play a large role in the development of this degenerative disease.

Beneficial Foods and Nutrients To Add Another vital nutrient, vitamin D, is critical not only to prevent heart disease, cancer, and other lifestyle diseases, but also for MS prevention and care. What To Remove From Your Diet In this truly inspiring presentation you'll learn: Worldhealth.net: Anti-Aging Medicine and Advanced Preventative Health.