A handful of walnuts daily may improve memory, concentration, and information processing speed.

An abundant source of antioxidants and significant source of alpha-linolenic acid – a plant-based omega-3 fatty acid with which studies suggest heart and brain health benefits, walnuts may assist cognitive skills ...

Mounting evidence suggests that ensuring diet quality and addressing nutritional deficits have a role in the treatment of psychiatric disorders.

With pharmacological approaches both costly in developed nations and largely inaccessible in developing countries, scientists and public health experts are looking at nutritional approaches to address mental health issues.  Jerome ...

Taking a daily multivitamin-mineral supplement may reduce a woman’s risk of heart disease by 35%.

Women, take heart: a daily multivitamin-mineral supplement appears to reduce the risk of heart disease by 35%, when taken for 3 years or more.  Researchers from the Office of Dietary ...

An estimated 16 million people worldwide die prematurely as a direct result of diseases associated with poor lifestyle choices.

The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that diseases linked to poor lifestyle choices – such as diabetes and some cancers - are preventable and avoidable.  With an estimated 16 million people worldwide ...

Supplements of green tea extract may improve metabolic efficiency and economy, among active men.

Green tea (Camelia sinensis) is an abundant source of antioxidants – notably, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG).  Justin D Roberts, from the University of Anglia (United Kingdom), and colleagues enrolled 14 active men ...

Women exposed to persistent organic pollutants may experience menopause at a younger age.

Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are thought to alter the body's hormonal balance by replicating the activity of naturally occurring estrogen.  EDCs are everpresent in an array of commonly available ...


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Iron Accelerates Aging
Accumulation of iron causes dysfunction and malfolding of proteins involved in the aging process, in a lab animal model.
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GI – Brain Link
Gut bacteria impact brain activity.
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Amino Acid Builds Muscle
Dietary supplementation of leucine helps to increase muscle protein synthesis, among older men and women.
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Swimming in Toxins?
Pharmaceuticals and chemicals from personal care products can end up in swimming pools, possibly interacting with chlorine to produce disinfection byproducts with unknown properties and health effects.
Blood Pressure
Lower Blood Pressure with Blueberries
Enjoying 1 cup of blueberries each day ameliorates arterial stiffness, among postmenopausal women with hypertension.

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Video blog "Immortality Now!"

Dr. Gallagher   In this edition of Immortality Now! host Ronald Klatz M.D. talks with Dr. Steven Hotze MD about hypothyroidism. Dr. Hotze wrote the book, Hypothyroidism, Health & Happiness, and is the founder of Hotze Health & Wellness in Houston. This program is a must-see for physicians and patients alike, as it details the signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism, and explores why it's often misdiagnosed and improperly treated.
      Dr. Klatz and Dr. Hotze discuss underlying causes of thyroid dysfunction, the importance of magnesium (which a majority of the population is deficient in), why blood tests should not be the sole determinant of hypothyroidism, body temperature and thyroid function, and autoimmune thyroiditis – also known as Hashimoto's disease.
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