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FeedNavigator 01/22/2019 02:04
Research suggests that this diet may also help with some other neurological disorders, such as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease.
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A new study from Washington University has found increased levels of a protein called neurofilament light chain in the blood match the speed at which the brain loses neurons and shrinks.
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Post-mortem analysis of the participants’ donated brain tissue showed that this association between increased physical activity and better test scores remained, even after adjustment for brain lesion severity and the presence of biomarkers for Alzheimer’s.
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(Natural News) If you’re looking to improve your diet, one of the things that you should consider including in it are cucumbers. These are among the healthiest foods in the world and yet a lot of people overlook their nutritional value. Before tossing away the cucumbers in your salad or sandwich because they taste a bit plain,...
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Diabetes Stories 01/17/2019 14:32
If you doubt this watch a few of Dr. Eric Berg’s videos on YouTube. He’s an expert on the ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting. He explains, simply, why it’s Insulin Resistance that creates diabetes, obesity, fatty liver and heart disease, most degenerative diseases. Having just stumbled across him, it was a coincidence that a friend … Continue reading. It’s Insulin Resistance, not cholesterol, that causes most degenerative diseases. 01/17/2019 11:31
Physical exercises can preserve an older adult's thinking and recalling/ memory ability, even if they have brain lesions or bio-markers linked to dementia, finds a new study.
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Filed under: Lifestyle , Wellness , Health & Wellness. Do you have a sweet tooth or live for your daily soda? You may change your habits after you hear what it’s doing to your body. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments.
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Daily Excelsior (India) 01/17/2019 05:13
WASHINGTON: Exercising regularly, or even undertaking routine housework, may help preserve thinking and memory skills in older adults who have developed early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. The research showed that exercise is an inexpensive way to improve health, create protective effect on the brain. “We measured levels of physical activity in study participants an average […]. The post Regular physical activity in old age may protect brain from dementia appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News J&K . 01/16/2019 16:30
The results of randomized trials of physical exercise suggest that exercise leads to increases in brain tissue, including in the hippocampus, where atrophy is an early and important finding in Alzheimer's disease," they wrote.
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Irisin, a hormone that is released during exercise, may improve brain health and lessen the damage that occurs during Alzheimer’s disease.
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IFIC Foundation News 01/15/2019 19:17
Although the MIND diet – in conjunction with other healthy habits like regular exercise, not smoking and getting adequate sleep – may have an effect on cognition, many other factors impact the development of Alzheimer’s disease and presently, there is no cure for it ...

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