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July 22, 2015
 
 
HEALTH HEADLINES
 
 
• Telomeres Tell of Cancer
 
 
• Diabetes – Alzheimer’s Link
 
 
• Tree Nuts May Reduce Cancer Risk
 
 
• Chronic Stress Compromises Longevity
 
 
• A Treat for Your Brain
 
 
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Telomeres  
Cancer
Telomeres Tell of Cancer
Rapid telomere shortening, followed by stabilization 3–4 years before diagnosis, may be a telltale pattern for cancer.
 
 
Diabetes  
Alzheimer’s Disease
Diabetes – Alzheimer’s Link
Elevated glucose in the blood rapidly increases the levels of amyloid beta – proteins that form the brain plaques characterizing Alzheimer’s Disease
 
 
Tree nuts  
Functional Foods
Tree Nuts May Reduce Cancer Risk
One–ounce of almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and/or walnuts daily may lower colorectal cancer risk by 13%, among women.
 
 
Stressed Woman  
Longevity
Chronic Stress Compromises Longevity
Women under chronic stress have significantly lower levels of klotho – a hormone associated with aging.
 
 
Dark Chocolate  
Brain and Mental Performance
A Treat for Your Brain
Dark chocolate can markedly improve attention skills.
 
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VIDEO BLOG "IMMORTALITY NOW!"

Dr. Nathan Bryan  

In this episode of Immortality Now! host Dr. Ronald Klatz talks with Dr. Nathan Bryan, Ph.D., Adjunct Assistant Professor Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Bryan has published a number of highly-cited papers, authored or edited 4 books, and is also credited with several seminal discoveries in the Nitric Oxide field.

Nitric Oxide levels usually decline as we age, yet it is vitally important to maintain adequate levels, since it affects virtually every organ system, as well as immunity and nervous system support. Dr’s Klatz and Bryan will discuss topics such as:

  • What is nitric oxide and what does it have to do with the diseases of aging? How does it affect stem cells?
  • What are the diseases or symptoms that manifest as a result of insufficient nitric oxide production?
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Editorial Spotlight

Townsend Letter  
Enjoy the July 2015 issue of the Townsend Letter, featuring:
  • "Multifactorial Approaches to Lyme Infection," by Dan Kenner, PhD, Lac. While many doctors still treat Lyme as an acute infection with a short course of antibiotics, Lyme specialists focus on energetic medicine as well as improving "the biological terrain."
  • "Unravelling the Mystery of Bartonellosis," by Scott Forsgren. Bartonella is a tick–borne bacterium that is ubiquitous and especially difficult to avoid if one has pets. Learn about its prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
  • "Advanced 2015 Babesia Care: Profound Testing Defects and Preventing Disability and Death," by James Schaller, MD and Kimberly Mountjoy, MS. Routinely missed in lab tests, Babesia is more complicated and dangerous than Borrelia-based Lyme disease.
  • "Anti-Aging Skin–Saving Secrets," by Ronald Klatz, MD, DO and Robert Goldman, MD, PhD.
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