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Shrinking Fat Without Suppressing Appetite


University of Texas Medical Branch researchers are working to develop a promising new drug

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Stem Cells Induce Teeth to Self-Repair



Human Growth Hormone (HGH) declines with age in every animal species. In humans, after the age of 20-30 HGH levels decline 14-15% every 10 years; by the age of 60 HGH is usually less than half what it was at 25. At 20 our pituitary produces about 500mg a day, at 40 only 200 mg/day, and at 60 it’s down to 25mg/day. IGF-1 (insulin like growth factor) mirrors that same decline. While HGH is released in tiny spurts (more at night) it is only viable in the blood for a few minutes. It stimulates IGF-1 to be released by the liver and has a much longer half-life. Therefore, it is easier to measure the IGF-1 levels in the blood as an indicator of how much HGH is released, than it is to try to catch the tiny amounts of HGH when they are rereleased sporadically.

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Stem Cells Induce Teeth to Self-Repair

Essential Vitamins For Anti-Aging


For the last 60-70 years Americans have been taught to eat right to get plenty of vitamins and minerals. The problem is that since the advent of farming chemicals from around the world, soil has become more and more depleted of the essential vitamins and minerals. As we age, we lose the ability to get enough of them and/or to convert them to what we need to stay healthier longer.

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Hot Tea May Lower Risk Of Glaucoma


A study published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology that suggest drinking a cup of hot tea daily could be linked with decreasing the risk of developing glaucoma. Drinking coffee, soft drinks, ice tea, and decaffeinated tea does not appear to make any difference to the risk of developing glaucoma according to the researchers.

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Smartphone Addiction May Cause Brain Imbalance


Researchers have found that there is an imbalance in the brain chemistry of young people who are addicted to use of their smartphones, devices, and the internet. The team presented the study findings at the Radiological Society of North America.

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Enjoy the January 2017 issue of the Townsend Letter


Mercury: The Quintessential Anti-Nutrient by Sara Russell, PhD, NTP, and Kristin G. Homme, PE (ret.), MPP, MPH


The authors discuss mercury's wide ranging metabolic and biochemical effects, how to test for toxicity, and nutrition's role in treatment.

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Hair Testing for Mercury and Other Toxic Metals by Andrew Hall Cutler, PhD, PE.


Mercury causes derangement of mineral transport that affects interpretation of elemental hair tests. Cutler explains a "counting rules" system that identifies mercury toxicity.

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The Importance of Testing for Glyphosate: The World's Most Widely Used Herbicide by William Shaw, PHD and Matthew Pratt-Hyatt, PhD


The overused herbicide decreases good gut bacteria, disrupts endocrine function, and creates oxidative stress.

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