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Metabolic Syndrome

People with ‘Metabolic Syndrome’ have at least three of the following 5 conditions: high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high triglycerides, low ‘good’ HDL...

Low Testosterone in men link to Alzheimer’s, multimorbidity and cancer

Two separate studies have linked declining levels of testosterone in all age groups the multiple chronic illnesses with one study showing a ‘significant’ link...

High dose Resveratrol may stabilise mild to moderate Alzheimer’s

High dose veseratrol, a powerful polyphenol, seems capable of stabilising mild to moderate dementia patients because of its anti-inflammatory and sirtuin-producing benefits. Resveratrol is a...

Alzheimer’s and Dementia risk reduced by exercise

Just 30 minutes a day of exercise 5 days a week can reduce Alzheimer's risk, providing benefits in the brain cortex, improving functional ability,...

The Truth about Vitamin D – 15 years late

Some 15 years ago I wrote our first article on vitamin D. As always it was science-based and used a good number of research...

Acetyl-l-carnitine and dementia

Three studies have now shown that acetyl-l-carnitine can reduce the progression of Alzheimer's or Dementia and improve the performance of drugs; it can also...

Obesity in your middle age now linked to Dementia and Alzheimer’s

People aged 40 - 60 and who are obese are at almost four times more likely to develop dementia/Alzheimer's in later life than people...

Can coconut oil help fight Alzheimer’s?

Here we present a review of the research and claims that coconut oil can reverse Alzheimer's and Dementia because of the Medium Chain Triglycerides...

B Vitamins and Fish Oils Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk

Homocysteine, B vitamins and reducing Alzheimer's risk In Alzheimer’s, the cerebral cortex is reduced, the brain shrinks (this is called cerebral atrophy) and the...

B vitamins reduce homocysteine and brain shrinkage

Homocysteine can cause brain shrinkage Preliminary research by a team of scientists lead by David Smith, Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology at Oxford has shown that...