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Eating More Magnesium Each Day Keeps Dementia At Bay


More magnesium in our daily diet leads to better brain health as we age, according to the Neuroimaging and Brain Lab at The Australian National University

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Study: Attending Live Sport Improves Well-Being

New scientific research has found that attending live sporting events improves levels of well-being and reduces feelings of loneliness.

Published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health, the research is the first large-scale study to examine the benefits of attending any type of live sporting event.

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More Evidence That Sugary Drinks Cause Weight Gain

A review of dozens of studies from the last decade, led by researchers at the University of Toronto and Harvard University, recently found that sugar-sweetened beverages promote weight gain in children and adults.

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Reversing Type 2 Diabetes

According to Professor Roy Taylor, their research has shown that:

  •   Type 2 diabetes is caused by a small amount of excess fat inside the liver and inside the pancreas
  •   It is a potentially reversible condition
  •   If a person has type 2 diabetes, they have become too heavy for their own body (nothing to do with the arbitrary concept of obesity)
  •   Weight loss of around 15kg is necessary for most people
  •   This can be achieved using a simple 3-step method: the 1, 2, 3 of diabetes reversal
  •   Type 2 diabetes is most easily reversed to normal in the early years after diagnosis
  •   How and why type 2 diabetes happens can now be understood
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Telomere Shortening: A Sign Of Cellular Aging, Linked To Signs Of Alzheimer's In Brain Scans

Changes in the brain caused by Alzheimer's disease are associated with shortening of the telomeres -- the protective caps on the ends of chromosomes that shorten as cells age -- according to a new study led by Anya Topiwala of Oxford Population Health, part of the University of Oxford, UK, published March 22 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE.

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Immortality Now! With Special Guest Dr. Valter Longo Discussing New Discoveries Of Fasting For Longevity

Immortality Now! Hosted By Dr. Ron Klatz and Co-Host Carol Petersen, RPh, CNP With Special Guest Dr. Valter Longo Discussing New Discoveries Of Fasting For Longevity

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Immortality Now! With Special Guest Dr. Michelle Weiner DO, MPH

Immortality Now! With Special Guest Dr. Michelle Weiner DO, MPH

Discussing CBD, medical marijuana, and psychedelics

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