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the memory diet

The Memory Diet: More Than 150 Healthy Recipes for the Proper Care and Feeding of Your Brain

PUBLISHED IN THE HUFFINGTON POSTThe Memory Diet is an empowering, informative and motivational read. Judi and Shari Zucker’s book, “The Memory Diet: More than 150 Healthy Recipes for the Proper Care and Feeding of Your Brain,” provides readers with the insights to understand how food and diet plays a vital role in good health and well-being. Most individuals do not realize the food we consume helps protect our mental health, physical health, quality of life, and overall well-being.In the introduction, Judi and Shari Zucker provide astonishing facts to help readers realize how specific mental diseases are on the rise. Judi and Shari Zucker open up and let you into their world sharing how dementia had affected their life once they found out their mother was...

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Commonly Used Drugs Linked To Dementia Even At Low Dosage

A new study in the University of Washington provides strong evidence that certain popular drugs may increase the risk of dementia in older adults. The drugs share some common mechanisms within key areas of the brain but are used primarily as ingredients in over-the-counter sleep, cough, cold, and allergy medicines as well as in the treatment of an overactive bladder and depression. Drugs And Dementia The most commonly used drug linked to dementia is diphenhydramine, which is used in many popular products such as Benadryl, Nytol Sominex, Theraflu, Triaminic Allergy, etc. It is also implicated in drugs containing chlorpheniramine (Aller-Chlor); oxybutynin (Ditropan) and tolterodine (Detrol) for overactive bladder; and tricyclic antidepressants, such as doxepin or amitriptyline.1 Background Data Acetylcholine is a critical brain chemical involved in the transmission of nerve...

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17 Life Changing Reasons You Need A Jar Of Manuka Honey

by Sierra BrightManuka honey, like other raw honey, is truly a gift from the bees. With a rich history and impressive profile, this honey has reason to be celebrated.Along with hydrogen peroxide, manuka honey contains methylglyoxal (MGO) and dihydroxyacetone, two chemical substances with high antimicrobial action, and probably other bioactive compounds that give it additional potency. These chemicals are more stable than hydrogen peroxide which easily gets neutralized by heat, moisture, enzymatic action. Manuka honey is actually graded according to its non-peroxide antibacterial potency, referred to as Unique Manuka Factor (UMF).Although the medical fraternity has been slow to recognize the healing capacity of manuka honey, it has slowly gained acceptance in the treatment of wounds and burns. Eventually, in 2007, FDA approved its use in...

Enzo Organic Matcha: The Surprising Benefits of Matcha

  Organic Matcha began as medicine in ancient China it grew into a traditional ceremonial beverage loved and revered by the Japanese. Worldwide research points to green tea's antioxidant polyphenols for its potent beneficial properties. Researchers at the University of Kansas found antioxidant levels of green tea 100 times more effective than vitamin C and 25 times better than vitamin E.The Benefits of Enzo MatchaStronger immune system: Enzo Organic Matcha contains various antioxidants, polyphenols, EGCG, L-theanine, which collectively contribute in boosting the immune defense of the body, and helps provide protection against various antigens.Antioxidant power: Enzo Organic Matcha stores a wealth of natural antioxidants and polyphenols. A research study assessing the antioxidant power of matcha tea has revealed that as compared to other green teas matcha...

10 Easy Steps to Making the Mediterranean Diet Part of Your Life

10 Easy Steps to Making the Mediterranean Diet Part of Your Life

There are some simple things you can do to eat more of the healthy foods that make up the Mediterranean diet. First, check out what's on the menu. Then see what Mediterranean-type foods you can add to your daily diet.Here are a few simple things to add to your daily food plan The traditional Mediterranean diet calls for:Eating a variety of fruits and vegetables each day, such as grapes, blueberries, tomatoes, broccoli, peppers, figs, olives, spinach, eggplant, beans, lentils, and chickpeas. Eating a variety of whole-grain foods each day, such as oats, brown rice, and whole wheat bread, pasta, and couscous. Choosing healthy (unsaturated) fats, such as nuts, olive oil, and certain nut or seed oils like canola, soybean, and flaxseed. About 35% to 40%...

Mediterranean Diet

Everything You Need to Know About Starting a Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean Diet is rich in vegetables, fruit, peas and beans (legumes) and grains. It also contains moderate amounts of chicken and fish. There is little red meat and most fat is unsaturated and comes from olive oil and nuts. Having a small amount of red wine has been shown to increase the health benefits.In combination with moderate exercise and not smoking, the Mediterranean Diet offers a scientifically researched, affordable, balanced and health-promoting lifestyle choice.The health benefitsThe typical Western diet is high in animal fats, sugar and preservatives but low in fruit and vegetables. Scientific research has shown that this food combination is partially responsible for triggering many chronic diseases and cancers.Research has also shown that following a Mediterranean diet can reduce the chance of developing...

4 Foods That Burn Belly Fat

Best 4 Foods To Burn Belly Fat

By THE EDITORS OF PREVENTIONBelieve it or not, your body actually doesn't want to store fat. And the secret to lasting weight loss does not come down to complicated calorie-counting and weight-loss gimmicks. Instead, it's about working with your body's natural hunger and sleep rhythms to curb cravings, burn fat and send your energy levels soaring.Research shows that our bodies' inner eat-and-sleep clocks have been thrown completely out of whack, thanks to cues we send it all day with the wrong foods—and too much artificial light at night. The result: You're caught in a "fat cycle": a constant flow of hunger hormones that makes your cravings all but impossible to resist. But if you tune into your body's natural eat and sleep schedules, you can actually—finally—say...

THE COMPLETE HERBAL GUIDE

Today The Complete Herbal Guide Book for Only $2.99

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dehydrated

5 Signs That Your Body Gives Off to Let You Know You’re Dehydrated

BY JESSICA MIGALAAnybody who's ever had any ailment — head pain, swollen gums, naggy mom — has been told to drink more water, because that's supposedly the answer to any health woe.While we can't confirm that drinking more water is an all-encompassing health solution, keeping our bodies optimally hydrated is extremely important. We need water to regulate our body temperature and get rid of excessive heat. Plus water is crucial in maintaining kidney function and clearing out toxins that naturally build up from our day-to-day lives, says Aaron Clark, DO, family medicine physician at Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center.When you take a sip, your body's no dummy — it knows exactly where to send the H20. "The body is amazingly smart and it will use water...