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You can benefit from adding cod liver oil to your diet Darrell Miller 5/18/19
Marijuana found to lower blood flow to the brain: Study authorssuggest this may increase risk of dementia, but this effect also makes itmedicinally useful for epileptics Darrell Miller 5/10/19
Research links folate deficiency to a wide range of diseases Darrell Miller 4/30/19
Coconut oil studied for its potential to reverse Alzheimer's Darrell Miller 4/22/19
This deficiency often leads to brain shrinkage, psychosis and Alzheimer Darrell Miller 4/9/19
Here's what research shows about the mental health benefits ofginger Darrell Miller 3/29/19
How MCT oil supports brain health and improves memory Darrell Miller 3/20/19
Reduces homocysteine levels and acts as an Alzheimers bodyguard? Darrell Miller 3/12/19
Eating more citrus fruits is an easy way to prevent dementia Darrell Miller 2/13/19
High levels of CoQ10 can lower your chances of dementia by 77% Darrell Miller 2/8/19
Alpha GPC: the Supplement that Can Boost Memory, Learning & More? Darrell Miller 1/15/19
Daily green tea consumption found to slash dementia risk by up to86% Darrell Miller 1/10/19
What are the benefits of lion's mane mushrooms? VitaNet, LLC Staff 10/27/18
Fermented turmeric prevents memory loss caused by oxidative stress and inflammation Darrell Miller 7/16/18
Diabetes could lead to dementia: Prevent memory loss and high blood sugar - but how? Darrell Miller 1/31/18
Turmeric can help ease depression and boost memory in the elderly: Study Darrell Miller 1/27/18
Turmeric may help boost memory, lower Alzheimer's risk: study Darrell Miller 1/26/18
Cognitive decline may be slowed by leafy greens Darrell Miller 12/29/17
Eating walnuts may help ward of several diseases: experts Darrell Miller 11/12/17
Tell Your Grandparents to Start Consuming Weed: 8 Reasons Why Seniors Should Use Cannabis ... Darrell Miller 10/30/17
What to eat to keep your brain healthy - and help to prevent dementia Darrell Miller 10/27/17
Men can boost brain health and enhance performance with ginkgo Darrell Miller 10/8/17
Ginseng extracts found to prevent obesity Darrell Miller 9/25/17
5 things you can do to slow down brain decline as you get older Darrell Miller 9/4/17
Inflammation can disrupt body's functions Darrell Miller 7/27/17
Mediterranean Diet found to slash risk of dementia by 35% Darrell Miller 7/22/17
Diet Can Slow or Speed Brain Aging Darrell Miller 7/20/17
Extra virgin olive oil found to prevent Alzheimer's and protect the brain's memory function Darrell Miller 7/1/17
Olive Oil Can Help Preserve Memory And Prevent Alzheimer's Darrell Miller 6/24/17
Fatten up your brain Darrell Miller 6/6/17
Hair loss: THIS could be causing you to go bald - but there is a solution Darrell Miller 5/30/17
Fluoride in Water Can SLOW Down Your Brain… Darrell Miller 5/29/17
Increasing use by elders of CBD for anxiety Darrell Miller 5/23/17
Cannabis may help with curing dementia Darrell Miller 5/20/17
9 Habits you Need to Start Today to Stop Dementia and Alzheimer’s Before it Starts Darrell Miller 5/4/17
Could Diet Sodas Raise Risk of Dementia and Stroke? Darrell Miller 4/27/17
Consuming silicon-rich water or foods can purge your body of up to 70% of the of aluminum in your bloodstream Darrell Miller 4/8/17
Tea found to play a major role in the fight against dementia Darrell Miller 4/5/17
Daily Tea for Your Brain Darrell Miller 3/26/17
Daily consumption of tea protects the elderly from cognitive decline Darrell Miller 3/20/17
Niacin has proven effective in lowering cholesterol Darrell Miller 3/14/17
Resveratrol Is Good For Diabetic People Darrell Miller 3/11/17
The foods that will improve your focus, according to a nutritionist Darrell Miller 3/9/17
Boost your memory now, avoid dementia later Darrell Miller 2/17/17
7 Weird Things Linked to Memory Loss Later in Life Darrell Miller 2/12/17
Important Vitamins For Brain Health Darrell Miller 2/11/17
This is How the Brain Regulates Your Sleep Darrell Miller 2/10/17
11 Daily Habits That Can Increase Your Risk Of Dementia Down The Line Darrell Miller 2/6/17
Can Air Pollution Heighten Alzheimer's Risk? Darrell Miller 2/5/17
Should Vegans Take DHA to Preserve Brain Function? Darrell Miller 2/5/17




You can benefit from adding cod liver oil to your diet
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Date: May 18, 2019 10:42 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: You can benefit from adding cod liver oil to your diet





Cod liver oil has many health benefits that one can take advantage of. Some of them are that it can alleviate the symptoms of gastric ulcer, can improve eye health, can help to reduce the pain from arthritis, and improve the condition of anxiety or depression. It can also strengthen the bones. Many doctors when recommending a supplement to a patient will almost always include fish oil in the list. This is because fish oil contains lots of omega-3 fatty acids that are antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Fish oil has also been found to lower the risk to dementia, and heart disease, along with other chronic health problems. Many fish oil are taken from fish that live near the surface of the sea but cod liver oil are taken from the cod fish that lives in the depth of the ocean. This oil contains high amount of vitamin A and D. One needs only take a single teaspoon to have the recommended daily allowance which is 900 milligrams of DHA, EPA, and other omega-3 fatty acids. It is recommended by the authors that one gets his supply of cod liver oil from reputable sources to prevent contamination.

Key Takeaways:

  • Due to the numerous benefits of fish oil, health care providers almost always include it in their recommended list of health supplements.
  • There are lots of omega-3 fatty acids that can be found in fish oil and this helps to prevent dementia, heart disease, and other chronic health problems.
  • Many of the fish oils that are found in the market are taken from fish that swims mostly near the surface of the sea.

"This highly beneficial fish oil can alleviate the symptoms of gastric ulcers, support eye health, relieve pain from arthritis, strengthen the bones, and improve anxiety or depression."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-04-16-adding-cod-liver-oil-to-your-diet.html

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Marijuana found to lower blood flow to the brain: Study authorssuggest this may increase risk of dementia, but this effect also makes itmedicinally useful for epileptics
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Date: May 10, 2019 02:17 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Marijuana found to lower blood flow to the brain: Study authorssuggest this may increase risk of dementia, but this effect also makes itmedicinally useful for epileptics





Scientific literature on how marijuana works on the body is rapidly expanding. Right now, there are a plethora of studies on how marijuana works on the human brain. Some studies have shown that it can be effective in treating disorders of the brain like epilepsy. Recent tests show that marijuana can increase the risk of dementia because it restricts the flow of blood to the brain. These brain areas are essential for memory development. The area most affected is the hippocampus which can result in Alzheimer’s if prolonged. The researchers for the study used single photo emission computed tomography (SPECT) to measure blood flow to the brain after taking marijuana and they reported that there were very low and abnormal blood flow levels observed. This is when compared with persons who did not take marijuana. 982 patients were selected from a wide variety of data sources that was available to the researchers concerning persons who previously used or were still using marijuana. The results of the study showed that persons taking marijuana were at a risk of dementia due to the low blood flow to their hippocampus.

Key Takeaways:

  • The author notes that the studies regarding the effect of marijuana is increasing and this is particularly so regarding its effect on the brain.
  • Some recent tests show that it can increase the risk of dementia when marijuana is taken because it reduces the blood flow to the brain.
  • When the researchers used single photon emission computer tomography to analyze blood flow to the brain they observed abnormally low flow to the brain with users of marijuana.

"Users were analyzed using a brain SPECT and by conducting mental concentration tests against a sample of 100 people who had not used marijuana to determine whether there were significant differences that arose between users and non-users of cannabis."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-04-19-marijuana-lowers-blood-flow-to-the-brain-may-be-useful-for-epileptics.html

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Research links folate deficiency to a wide range of diseases
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Date: April 30, 2019 03:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Research links folate deficiency to a wide range of diseases





Folate is commonly known as vitamin B9 and is found in many fruits and vegetables. Being deficient in folate has been linked to many health complications. Folate deficiency has been found to be associated with incurable DNA problems, such as a lost chromosome. It is also associated with dementia, cancer, and even anemia. However, an abundance of folate in the body can prevent cancer and dementia risk. Foods containing folate include brussels sprouts, tomato juice, peas, bananas, and poultry, so it is important to eat healthy to reduce risk of deficiency.

Key Takeaways:

  • Research has shown that folate, which is vitamin B9 and also known sometimes as folic acid, can be found in green leafy vegetables and many fruits.
  • Some of the diseases that are linked to folate deficiency are age-related dementia, cancer, anemia and mental illness. It is also linked to birth defects in women.
  • Researchers have taken a look at the relationship between folate and fragile X syndrome in order to understand how it is linked to other diseases.

"This is the first study that shows folate deficiency can cause problems with DNA replication and cell division."

Read more: https://www.naturalhealth365.com/folate-deficiency-vitamins-2919.html

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Coconut oil studied for its potential to reverse Alzheimer's
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Date: April 22, 2019 04:31 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Coconut oil studied for its potential to reverse Alzheimer's





A recent study that was conducted by scientists in Spain has shown that extra virgin coconut oil can actually result in the reversal of Alzheimer's symptoms. A controlled group was given 40 mL of olive oil each day while receiving cognitive evaluations by the researchers in order to determine how their cognitive functioning was coming along. The results showed an increase in this functioning when it came to those who were taking in the extra virgin coconut oil on a regular basis.

Key Takeaways:

  • Currently, Alzheimer’s disease is recognized as the most common form of dementia all over the world and it does not have any cure.
  • As people grow older, their likelihood of getting Alzheimer’s tends to increase so it is expected that this increase will increase the number of people having Alzheimer’s.
  • Estimates currently making the rounds is that about 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease and that one in three seniors will die from dementia.

"Some research has indicated that it very well could be a natural way to boost cognition, and possibly even reverse the effects of this dreaded disease."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-02-27-coconut-oil-to-reverse-alzheimers.html

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This deficiency often leads to brain shrinkage, psychosis and Alzheimer
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Date: April 09, 2019 10:21 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: This deficiency often leads to brain shrinkage, psychosis and Alzheimer





There are serious health consequences associated with being deficient in vitamins B3, B6 and B12, including many with neurological or psychiatric elements. B vitamins are very important to healthy brain function, and can also play a role in whether and how quickly diseases like dementia and Alzheimer’s develop. Specifically, being deficient in these vitamins can increase levels of homocysteine, which is associsted with sharply increasing the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Getting enough of the most important B vitamins can suppress homocysteine and help keep your brain healthy.

Key Takeaways:

  • A strong nutritional foundation is critical to preventing Alzheimer’s and optimizing overall cognitive function.
  • B vitamins, especially vitamins B3, B6, and B12, all play a role in cellular functioning, energy production, and overall brain health.
  • According to Dr. Michael Greger, high levels of homocysteine indicate a strong risk factor for developing dementia and Alzheimer’s.

"It should come as no surprise that nutrition is a foundational consideration to optimize and maintain cognitive function."

Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/this-deficiency-often-leads-to-brain-shrinkage-psychosis-and-alzheimers/

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Here's what research shows about the mental health benefits ofginger
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Date: March 29, 2019 01:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Here's what research shows about the mental health benefits ofginger





Taking in a consistent amount of ginger throughout the week is showing to have several positive benefits in terms of both physical and mental health. Not only can ginger help patients who deal with chronic pain such as arthritic discomfort by treating inflammation, but it can also help improve cognitive function as well. Our brains are continuously faced with pollutants found in the air and food we consume, which can directly decrease our brain's functionality. The dopamine levels replaced by ginger can help aid in protecting our brains from these potential threats.

Key Takeaways:

  • Ginger can be used to boost mental health and also treat mental illnesses such as memory loss and dementia, along with treating arthritis.
  • Ginger, which scientific name is Zingiber officinale, is taken from a rhizome or root of a flowering plant that is natively grown in China.
  • As of today, research has been able to identify about 100 compounds in ginger, of which more than 50 of these compounds are antioxidants.

"Ginger is often used as an anti-inflammatory, making it a popular natural remedy for arthritis. The plant’s anti-inflammatory property can also help people with brain disorders like ADHD, Alzheimer’s, anxiety, brain fog, and depression, which are often associated with chronic inflammation of the brain."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-27-mental-health-benefits-of-ginger.html

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How MCT oil supports brain health and improves memory
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Date: March 20, 2019 05:04 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: How MCT oil supports brain health and improves memory





MCT oils or Medium-Chain Triglycerides have numerous health benefits. For those with digestive issues, the good news is that they are easily absorbed and metabolized. The body can burn them for fuel as opposed to storing them as fat. They also cause levels of ketones to rise in your blood stream, making them great for weight loss, as a sort of short cut for the keto diet.They help in the development of neurotransmitters so they are great for memory issues. Some recent studies have shown improvement in brain function so they are being studies as a possible route for treatment of cognitive problems such as Alzheimer.

Key Takeaways:

  • The health benefits of MCT oil, which is an important dietary staple for people in tropical climates, have been well documented.
  • Researchers are excited about MCT oil because it has been discovered that it has the potential for treating dementia and other mental health problems like Alzheimer’s.
  • MCT oil far outshines it nearest cousin, coconut oil, in the concentration of fatty acids. It has a high concentration of medium chain triglycerides.

"MCTs have been shown to decrease fat and increase lean muscle mass, and MCT oil is currently sold to promote weight loss and improve athletic performance and endurance. MCTs are also routinely administered to prevent muscle wasting in critically ill patients."

Read more: https://www.naturalhealth365.com/mct-oil-brain-health-2816.html

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Reduces homocysteine levels and acts as an Alzheimers bodyguard?
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Date: March 12, 2019 01:50 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Reduces homocysteine levels and acts as an Alzheimers bodyguard?





The prevalence of Alzheimer's is steadily growing, and researchers are growing more and more concerned at the apparent epidemic. Approximately one in six adults will end up experiencing some form of dementia, and this statistic alone is enough to motivate medical experts to find solutions. Some physicians are finding that taking in adequate amounts of omega-3 fatty acids each day can help prevent the stiffening and inflammation of cells that have the potential to lead to a drop in cognitive function related to dementia.

Key Takeaways:

  • Alzheimer’s among seniors is just like autism among children because it is getting to epidemic proportions and evidence suggests that the trend is worsening.
  • The author states that Alzheimer’s is predicated on one’s lifestyle and that there are many strategies that can help one prevent this degeneration from happening.
  • In a new book, “Superfuel,” the author explains that DHA is essential and a structural component of the brain and is highly found in the neurons.

"The influence of marine-based omega-3 fats on physical and mental health has been the subject of intense research for decades, and there’s compelling evidence they can help ameliorate a variety of psychiatric illnesses and degenerative brain disorders, including Alzheimer’s."

Read more: https://www.healthnutnews.com/reduces-homocysteine-levels-and-acts-as-an-alzheimers-bodyguard/

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Eating more citrus fruits is an easy way to prevent dementia
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Date: February 13, 2019 08:00 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Eating more citrus fruits is an easy way to prevent dementia





A documented study has shown that citrus fruits like lemons, limes, and oranges may have the ability to prevent dementia. The Japanese study says that eating these fruits was directly linked to improved brain health and memory formation. In fact, the subjects who ate citrus fruits daily were 23% less likely to develop dementia. This is likely due to the nobiletin content in citruses, which also helps to reduce cholesterol levels. There are no studies yet as to how the consumption of citrus fruits affects those who already have dementia, however.

Key Takeaways:

  • In a recent study conducted in Japan it was discovered that people who take citrus fruits like orange, lemons, and grapefruits, can reduce their risk of having dementia.
  • The researchers in the study found a direct link between taking citrus fruits and decreased chances of having dementia which reduced by about 23 percent.
  • Citrus fruits have a neuroprotective effect on those taking it which can be linked to a compound, nobiletin, a flavonoid found in the peel that boosts the brain.

"The study, which spanned for up to seven years, looked at data from over 13,000 older adults in Japan, which included their diet and brain health."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-02-06-eat-more-citrus-fruits-to-prevent-dementia.html

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High levels of CoQ10 can lower your chances of dementia by 77%
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Date: February 08, 2019 08:30 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: High levels of CoQ10 can lower your chances of dementia by 77%





There is now even more reason to ensure that you're taking a CoQ10 supplment. New evidence suggests that it can lower your risks of developing dementia by 77% or more! This is in addition to the many amazing health benefits this substance is already known to offer. If you want to live the best life being the healthiest you that you can live, it is worth adding CoQ10 supplement to your diet sooner instead of later!

Key Takeaways:

  • The fight against dementia is ongoing. Foods like berries are known to reduce risk to it but more exciting is the discovery that Coenzyme Q10 can reduce your risk.
  • The study involved measuring the serum CoQ10 levels of older persons aged between 40 and 69. They measured these levels for those who had dementia and those who didn’t.
  • Their discovery was that people with high levels of CoQ10 were safer from dementia. The top 25 percent has a 77 percent lower chance of having dementia.

"Dementia, despite its prevalence, remains largely a mystery to doctors and scientists, who have yet to find a foolproof way to prevent or treat the illness."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-22-high-levels-of-coq10-can-lower-your-chances-of-dementia.html

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Alpha GPC: the Supplement that Can Boost Memory, Learning & More?
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Date: January 15, 2019 04:38 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Alpha GPC: the Supplement that Can Boost Memory, Learning & More?





Alpha glycerylphosphoryl choline (alpha GPC) is source of choline that is considered a fatty acid. Alpha GPC has the potential to help cognitive function, as well as aid the body in necessary muscle contraction. Neurologists have found that not only does alpha GPC aid in promoting optimal cognitive function, but it can also help treat memory impairments associated with Alzheimer's and dementia. The muscle-related benefits also lead to higher athletic performance due to an increase in overall muscle strength.

Key Takeaways:

  • Because A-GPC or alpha GPC works to stimulate an important neurotransmitter to the brain when it releases choline, it is an important chemical for brain health.
  • Elderly people who have symptoms of dementia and want to improve it as well as athletes who want to improve their endurance and power can take alpha GPC.
  • Alpha GPC is a molecule that releases choline in the brain. It is found in soy lecithin and other plants as a fatty acid.

"Studies suggest that alpha GPC is one of the best nootropic brain supplements on the market."

Read more: https://draxe.com/alpha-gpc-the-supplement-that-can-boost-memory-learning-more/

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Daily green tea consumption found to slash dementia risk by up to86%
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Date: January 10, 2019 04:26 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Daily green tea consumption found to slash dementia risk by up to86%





Green tea has long been touted for its many health benefits. It is full of antioxidants that help remove oxidation and free radicals from the body system. New studies reveal that it is also very effective in offsetting the risk factors of developing dementia later in life. Dementia effects the brain's memory system and in later stages the body's neurological system. Green tea helps to break down the plaque like build up of beta amyloid in the brain by over 80% and reducing the risk of development of dementia by over 50% in patient populous with a genetic history.

Key Takeaways:

  • When researchers at the University of Singapore examined seniors on their tea intake, it was discovered that daily tea intake reduced the risk of dementia by 50 percent.
  • The study was undertaken to see how lifestyle changes can be used to treat or prevent dementia because present medications based on drugs have proved ineffective.
  • This is not the first study to show a relationship between regular tea intake and improved neurocognitive functions. A 2014 study showed that it may prove beneficial Alzheimer’s patients.

"Beta-amyloid plaques is shown to trigger the onset of cognitive disorders in patients. Researchers note similar effects regardless of whether the tea was green or black."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-02-daily-green-tea-consumption-found-to-slash-dementia-risk-by-up-to-86-percent.html

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What are the benefits of lion's mane mushrooms?
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Date: October 27, 2018 11:51 AM
Author: VitaNet, LLC Staff (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What are the benefits of lion's mane mushrooms?





Lion's Mane Mushrooms are a delicious addition to any diet. Learning the many health benefits they offer only encourages the addition of the mushrooms to the diet. The list of benefits is certainly long and all users enjoy them. Benefits include improved memory, less symptoms of diabetes, improved brain function, fights dementia and other conditions, and tastes great. With such exciting benefits, it only pays to add the mushrooms to your diet without a moment of delay.

Key Takeaways:

  • The lion is the absolute king of the jungle and has been shown to be a scientific wonder.
  • Some people do not realize how powerful or unique lions are in their everyday lives.
  • The lion's mane mushrooms are being found to have some major benefits to them.

"Research suggests that they may offer a range of health benefits, including reduced inflammation and improved cognitive and heart health."

Read more: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323400.php

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Fermented turmeric prevents memory loss caused by oxidative stress and inflammation
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Date: July 16, 2018 09:54 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Fermented turmeric prevents memory loss caused by oxidative stress and inflammation





Fermented turmeric prevents memory loss caused by oxidative stress and inflammation

Even without Alzheimer's or dementia, the human brain is apt to experience memory loss over time. Neural cells can die, victims of disease, or inflammation. Simple oxidative stress can be at the bottom of significant loss of cognition.

Study has shown that by boosting a key neurotransmitter, a significant amount of natural damage can be avoided. One specific ingredient with the potential to make this happen has been tested on rodents.

Rodents were injected with an amnesia-creating medication. A percentage of them also received a dose of fermented turmeric, renowned for its anti-inflammatory activity. The mice given the turmeric were proven to be protected against the affects of the amnesia-producing drug.

Key Takeaways:

  • When Tumeric is fermented, it gains probiotic elements which can prevent memory loss.
  • A research group at Keimyung University believes that Tumeric may be used to treat Alzheimer's.
  • Tumeric halts the death of brain cells and it can also increase neurotransmitters.

"Turmeric contains curcumunoids like curcumin, a well-known antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound that shields neurons from damage."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-07-11-fermented-turmeric-prevents-memory-loss-caused-by-oxidative-stress-and-inflammation.html

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Diabetes could lead to dementia: Prevent memory loss and high blood sugar - but how?
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Date: January 31, 2018 03:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Diabetes could lead to dementia: Prevent memory loss and high blood sugar - but how?





Taking control of your diet, specifically your blood sugar, has been known for a long time as a key to long term health. It can help regular your chance for stroke, heart disease and diabetes, but regulating your blood sugar may also help with stopping dementia according to recent research. Focusing on what you take in will be key as you get older. Stick with whole grains and vegetables, and stay away from heavy starches and sugars to help your body maintain itself long into life.

Key Takeaways:

  • Watching what we eat and avoiding smoking are two ways to help our brain stay healthy as we age.
  • Use of the natural components of CuraLin may be one way to regulate sugar levels in the body.
  • Eating some protein with every meal is another nutritious way to prevent sugar binges and keep glucose levels steady.

"DIABETES patients in old age are more likely to suffer from long-term deterioration in their memory and thinking skills than those who have normal blood sugar levels, according to a new study."

Read more: https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/911522/diabetes-dementia-symptoms-signs-test

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Turmeric can help ease depression and boost memory in the elderly: Study
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Date: January 27, 2018 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Turmeric can help ease depression and boost memory in the elderly: Study





Turmeric has been a wonder spice over the past few years. Common in traditional ayurvedic medicine, this spice has an ingredient known as curcumin in it that has been showing great possibilities to various diseases and now it is linked to aid in stopping memory loss in the elderly. In taking this, pre-dementia patients all showed slowing off loss over time. This is huge and the possibilities could go to other areas of memory loss including Alzheimer's disease.

Key Takeaways:

  • Turmeric is a great way to give a person help with their memory.
  • Turmeric helps people with things like losing weight as well as cancer.
  • There is a compound found in turmeric that improves memory and boosts mental health.

"It was revealed in a study last year that turmeric can also prevent osteoporosis. It helps repair bone mass in older people, as per a study by Genoa University, which says it improves bone density by up to 7 percent over six months."

Read more: http://www.ibtimes.co.in/turmeric-can-help-ease-depression-boost-memory-elderly-study-758260

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Turmeric may help boost memory, lower Alzheimer's risk: study
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Date: January 26, 2018 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Turmeric may help boost memory, lower Alzheimer's risk: study





Curcumin is one of the chemicals that helps to make up turmeric. While turmeric has shown great benefits in the past, this specific portion is showing great promise in memory and even Alzheimer's disease. It was found to help improve memory in people who didn't have dementia and help clear up the plaques formed by Alzheimer's disease. It is also thought that this spice, highly common in Indian cooking, is another reason why there is such a low prevalence of Alzheimer's disease in India.

Key Takeaways:

  • Turmeric has been used for generations in traditional Indian medicines and is starting to gain traction in the US
  • Finding have shown that people improve memory function when taking turmeric
  • The curcumin has also show promise in clearing up the plaques formed by Alzheimer's disease.

"Those taking curcumin also had mild improvements in mood, and their brain PET scans showed significantly less amyloid and tau signals in the amygdala and hypothalamus than those who took placebos."

Read more: https://www.outlookindia.com/newsscroll/turmeric-may-help-boost-memory-lower-alzheimers-risk-study/1237371

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Cognitive decline may be slowed by leafy greens
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Date: December 29, 2017 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Cognitive decline may be slowed by leafy greens





New research out of Chicago's Rush University Medical Center have shown positive links between a daily serving of green, leafy vegetables and a cognitive function. This functional slip may even be slowed by eleven years due to green, leafy vegetables. The study lasted almost five years, and helped demonstrate this hypothesis. Most importantly, none of the participants showed signs of dementia before the study, so their cognitive function was still high before the study even if the average age was 81.

Key Takeaways:

  • Eating just 1 serving of leafy green vegetables a day can help preserve memory and thinking skills.
  • The study was conducted over 4.7 years with participants aged 81 years old with no dementia
  • Although all participants had a decline in brain functioning, those who ate the most leafy vegetables saw the least decline-0.05 standardized units slower than participants who ate less greens

"According to a new study conducted by Chicago's Rush University Medical Center, just one serving of leafy green vegetables per day could help preserve memory and thinking skills as we get older."

Read more: https://newatlas.com/leafy-greens-cognitive-decline/52737/

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Eating walnuts may help ward of several diseases: experts
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Date: November 12, 2017 03:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Eating walnuts may help ward of several diseases: experts





Walnuts are being examined by Indian researchers for their health benefits. Well known to have MUFAs and Omega-3 fatty acids, these nuts are heart healthy and can help lower triglycerides. Indian researchers are looking into the benefits of nuts to help with the rise of obesity on the subcontinent. As the wages have gone up in cities, so have the waistlines. By researching and hopefully introducing more healthy options to people's diets, they are hoping to have an impact on the subcontinent as a whole.

Key Takeaways:

  • Walnuts, which contain higher amounts of omega-3 than other nuts, can help prevent serious diseases like cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, etc.
  • Walnuts can also improve cognitive function, limit the effects of ageing, and delay the start of dementia, among other benefits.
  • The claims are supported by nearly 200 research papers published in the last 30 years, though it is not clear whether they were prepared or sponsored by the industry o legitimate scientific entities.

"Eating a diet rich in walnuts may help prevent several diseases prevalent in India such as cardiovascular disorders, cancer and diabetes, according to an international team of researchers."

Read more: http://indianexpress.com/article/lifestyle/health/eating-walnuts-may-help-ward-of-several-diseases-experts-4915514/

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Tell Your Grandparents to Start Consuming Weed: 8 Reasons Why Seniors Should Use Cannabis ...
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Date: October 30, 2017 01:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Tell Your Grandparents to Start Consuming Weed: 8 Reasons Why Seniors Should Use Cannabis ...





It's easy for me to believe that the elderly would benefit from cannabis. Considering the plant is useful for pain management and arthritis pain. While i was in favor of the first point, I wasn't sure of what to think of point two. The usual stereotype for a cannabis user is dad bod at best.

I do wish there was more studies done on the benefits of cannabis over prescription pain relief for elderly. With America going through an opioid epidemic, you can see instant and prolonged benefit from this issue. Younger patients could be introduced to cannabis from a medical standpoint immediately, and not need opioids at age 11 for an appendix surgery.

Endocannabinoids are apparently good for bone strength. Which is great for the elderly.

Again, chronic pain is relieved by cannabis. Dementia can also be treated with cannabis. And can be prevented by smoking as an adult.

Enjoying life doesn't mean smoking cannabis, but smoking cannabis makes life enjoyable.

Key Takeaways:

  • pot use is gradually on the rise for older adults. It is not just a kdi thing anymore
  • there are numerous positive (though unsubstantiated)benefits to using marijuana
  • not meant to be a substitute for medical treatment. One should always consult with their physician.

"Every day, Baby Boomers and seniors are discovering the many benefits of the natural herb, and they’re using it to combat the consequences of age"

Read more: http://www.dopemagazine.com/8-reasons-grandparents-use-cannabis/

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What to eat to keep your brain healthy - and help to prevent dementia
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Date: October 27, 2017 01:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What to eat to keep your brain healthy - and help to prevent dementia





Even though the science is still uncertain, the following tips can help prevent dementia in old age. Eat a health and mixed diet composed of natural fruits and vegetables, grains and nuts, fish, oils, and dairy produce. Choose low-sugar carbs. Eat a healthy amount of both plant and animal proteins. Use five key ingredients in your food when possible: quinoa, oils like extra virgin olive oil, spices like turmeric and coriander, canned fish, and walnuts. Exercise regularly.

Key Takeaways:

  • To supply the brain with proper fuel prepare to eat both protein and carbohydrates at every meal.
  • You don't have to know about nutrition to add antioxidants to your diet, just eat a variety of bright color foods.
  • Changes in diet is one of the easiest ways to help keep our brain healthy.

"Embrace local, seasonal foods, and combine them with colourful foods, brain-supporting oils and healthy proteins."

Read more: http://www.mirror.co.uk/lifestyle/health/what-eat-keep-your-brain-11377328

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Men can boost brain health and enhance performance with ginkgo
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Date: October 08, 2017 10:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Men can boost brain health and enhance performance with ginkgo





Men can greatly boost their brain health and enhance their performance with ginkgo. Young and active men can greatly benefit from taking extracts from Ginkgo biloba leaves. This is according to a recent study. The great thing about Ginkgo is that it can also combat memory issues that are related to dementia. They help boost the brain functioning in people that are having issues with dementia. Rats were used in studies and some interesting things were discovered.

Key Takeaways:

  • The extract assists males in terms of performance in physical activity. The Vo2 samples in the article prove this.
  • The ingredients in the extract are completely natural and benefit males who take the correct dosage.
  • Ginkgo Biloba can also help with mental cognition. This is because it has been shown to enhance the growth of stem cells in the brain.

"According to the researchers, the plant extracts’ positive effects may be stemming from its polyphenolic compounds."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-10-02-men-can-boost-brain-health-and-enhance-performance-with-ginkgo.html

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Ginseng extracts found to prevent obesity
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Date: September 25, 2017 12:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Ginseng extracts found to prevent obesity





Obesity is a huge problem. More and more people suffer from it. It can lead to heart and other problems. There are things you can do such as eating right and exercising. Ginseng extract is also helpful. This extract has other health benefits as well so would be a great addition to anyone's health routine. Ginseng can also be found in some kinds of soda and other healthier drinks. There are many ways to take it in.

Key Takeaways:

  • Ginseng root extract has been reported to have an anti-obesity effect.
  • Ginseng is widely available, with Asian Ginseng and American Ginseng being the two major classes.
  • It can also help boost cognitive performance and stimulate neural activity, helping prevent dementia.

"both groups noted significantly lower levels of abdominal and epididymal adipose tissue mass"

Read more: http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-09-15-ginseng-extracts-found-to-prevent-obesity.html

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5 things you can do to slow down brain decline as you get older
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Date: September 04, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 5 things you can do to slow down brain decline as you get older





"5 things you can do to slow down brain decline as you get older" gives ideas on how to slow down cognitive function with age. Each suggestion that is mentioned reports that studies have been done to back-up the statements given. The article suggests that sex can slow down brain decline either by social or biological impact or a combination of both. The amount of sleep a person gets can affect their brain health. Being a part of social, mental and physical activities can also help. Societies can affect brain decline because of stereotypes about activities done by men verses women. Stereotypical social activities done by women slow down brain decline. Lastly, the article suggests that being proactive early in life will have more benefits than waiting until brain decline has already begun.

Key Takeaways:

  • Our cognitive functions slow down as we age but there are activities than can be done to prevent dementia.
  • Sexual activity and living an active life are both things that will help slow down dementia.
  • Partaking in social activities that is another activity that will keep the brain from deteriorating.

"It's time for us to take a lifelong approach to keeping our brains healthy as we age."

Read more: http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/5-things-you-can-do-slow-down-brain-decline-you-get-older-1636689

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Inflammation can disrupt body's functions
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Date: July 27, 2017 04:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Inflammation can disrupt body's functions





Inflammation can disrupt body functions, as stated in an article by Review Journal. An interview conducted with Dr. U. Inge Ferguson, a physician who specializes in internal and obesity medicine, describes a multitude of issues ongoing inflammation can create for the body. For instance, excess weight gain and hormonal imbalances coupled with inflammation can promote other diseases to develop. The article describes what the inflammatory process is in the body, why we should be concerned about ongoing inflammation, the correlation between inflammation and obesity, and the steps to take to prevent or reduce ongoing inflammation in the body.

Key Takeaways:

  • whole-body inflammation promotes blood clotting and risks of heart attack and stroke
  • hormones can become abnormal, promoting diabetes, high-blood pressure, colon polyps, cancers, dementia and other disease. Inflammation is a strong risk factor in heart disease
  • If you have a waist bigger than your hips then you probably have excess abdominal fat, which can lead to inflammation.

"Inflammation happens early on as normal healing. Over time inflammation that continues is harmful, getting in the way of normal body functions."

Read more: https://www.reviewjournal.com/life/health/inflammation-can-disrupt-bodys-functions/

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Mediterranean Diet found to slash risk of dementia by 35%
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Date: July 22, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Mediterranean Diet found to slash risk of dementia by 35%





According to a study by the University of California following a Mediterranean diet could significantly reduce the risk of dementia. Other studies seem to agree that a diet low in meat and dairy but is rich in fresh fruit and vegetables, beans, nuts, and healthy fats significantly reduce the risk of cognitive decline. There are some studies showing that there is marked improvement in cognition when a person strictly adhered to the diet as well as decreasing inflammation, reducing obesity, healthier lipid panels and such.

Key Takeaways:

  • A Mediterranean-style diet is one low in meat and dairy but rich in fresh fruit and vegetables, cereals, beans, nuts and ‘healthy’ fats like olive oil.
  • Patients with greater diet adherence were also less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than those with lower adherence
  • The researchers also noted that the diet scheme helped improve a large number of risk factors associated with cognitive decline.

"The Mediterranean diet, which includes mostly oily fish, vegetables and nuts, has long been touted as a highly effective diet scheme against a plethora of diseases."

Read more: http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-07-19-mediterranean-diet-found-to-slash-risk-of-dementia-by-35.html

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Diet Can Slow or Speed Brain Aging
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Date: July 20, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Diet Can Slow or Speed Brain Aging





Your brain is always going to age but you can control it to some extent. You can never stop it but can slow it down if you want to. You can also speed it up which is bad for you. Diet is the key to this. What you eat does affect parts of your body. It's important to eat the things your brain needs. This talks about that so you can plan a good diet.

Key Takeaways:

  • A Mediterranean-type diet may slow Alzheimer's or dementia
  • A Mediterranean-type diet is high in fish, vegetables and whole grains
  • Certain types of diets may also cause inflammation, which is damaging to the brain

"In the recent study, Gu and colleagues at CUMC found that increased levels of inflammatory biomarkers were associated with more brain atrophy."

Read more: https://psychcentral.com/news/2017/07/18/diet-may-either-slow-or-speed-brain-aging/123397.html

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Extra virgin olive oil found to prevent Alzheimer's and protect the brain's memory function
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Date: July 01, 2017 12:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Extra virgin olive oil found to prevent Alzheimer's and protect the brain's memory function





News outlet have recently been sharing the findings of researchers from Temple University who have discovered that extra-virgin olive oil has positive effects on the brain. These effects are beneficial towards Alzheimer’s disease as well as memory loss. The study was performed on mice with induced Dementia that were given food enriched with extra-virgin olive oil before they started to show any symptoms of the disease. Researchers are now interested to see if these issues can be stopped or reversed with olive oil. This is very beneficial as Alzheimer’s and Dementia are prevalent.

Key Takeaways:

  • Olive oil has both benefits for the heart and the brain
  • In mice, EVOO strengthened neurological connections which delayed the onset of Alzheimer's
  • Sometimes, the product on the shelf is not as pure as it claims to be, so make sure you are really getting put EVOO

"Researchers from Temple University have discovered that extra-virgin olive oil (EVOO) can not only help protect against memory loss, but it can also alleviate the conditions associated with Alzheimer’s disease."

Read more: http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-06-28-extra-virgin-olive-oil-found-to-prevent-alzheimers-and-protect-the-brains-memory-function.html

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Olive Oil Can Help Preserve Memory And Prevent Alzheimer's
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Date: June 24, 2017 12:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Olive Oil Can Help Preserve Memory And Prevent Alzheimer's





Alzheimer's disease affects nearly 44 million people worldwide. According to a study done by researchers at Temple University in Pennsylvania, olive oil can help preserve memory and essentially prevent Alzheimer's disease. Dominico Pratico, lead researcher of the study, stated that olive oil helps reduce inflammation and activates a process in the brain called autophagy. Autophagy is a way that the cells in the body break down and clean out unwanted debris in the body. Mice were given olive oil in the study, and the mice that received the olive oil showed signs that the olive oil made their memory improve and lessened the signs of Alzheimer's. The researchers from this study plan to continue researching the effects of olive oil and Alzheimer's in older mice to see if they can eradicate the disease in mice altogether.

Key Takeaways:

  • Olive oil, a key ingredient of the Mediterranean diet and a healthier medium of cooking than regular oil can also preserve memory and prevent Alzheimer's disease, new study says.
  • The oil is a key ingredient of the Mediterranean diet, which is popular for a variety of health benefits, including a lower dementia risk
  • Adding extra-virgin olive oil is better than eating fruits and vegetables alone, and as a monounsaturated vegetable fat it is healthier than saturated animal fats.

"When the team studied the brain tissue from both groups of mice, they noticed "dramatic" differences in nerve cell appearance and function. As compared to the mice that didn't consume the oil, the brain cells of rodents in the oil group showed a dramatic increase in nerve cell autophagy activation."

Read more: http://doctor.ndtv.com/news/olive-oil-can-now-help-preserve-memory-and-prevent-alzheimers-1715610

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Fatten up your brain
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Date: June 06, 2017 07:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Fatten up your brain





Dementia is characterized by a decline in memory and it's more often found in older people, especially in those over 85 years old. Your brain depends on essential fats to convert into energy to keep functioning. Most people do not get enough of these important facts in their diet and have to take supplements in order to maintain brain health. Ocean Health Coco Omega Memory Formula, and supplements like it, contain everything that you need to keep your brain healthy and prevent dementia.

Read more: Fatten up your brain

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Hair loss: THIS could be causing you to go bald - but there is a solution
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Date: May 30, 2017 11:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Hair loss: THIS could be causing you to go bald - but there is a solution





It is well studied that heading a football can cause brain damage and dementia, some new research has shown that it can also cause hair loss. This hair loss, also known as alopecia, can cause chronic inflammation in the scalp which leads to hair loss. There are other things we do that can also cause traumatic hair loss and there is no way to reverse it naturally. Fortunately skilled hair transplant surgeons can reverse the process and give people a full head of hair

Read more: Hair loss: THIS could be causing you to go bald - but there is a solution

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Fluoride in Water Can SLOW Down Your Brain…
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Date: May 29, 2017 11:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Fluoride in Water Can SLOW Down Your Brain…





The Fluoride Action Network is offering a hard copy DVD of 15 scientists exposing the harm of fluoride. Over one hundred studies have shown a link between lower IQ’s in children, lowered thyroid and sperm function, dementia, ADHD, and that’s the tip of the iceberg. Two provinces in Canada have already banned its use. Watch the video and you may want to attain the DVD, with encouragement to create as many copies as possible to hand out.

Read more: Fluoride in Water Can SLOW Down Your Brain…

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Increasing use by elders of CBD for anxiety
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Date: May 23, 2017 11:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Increasing use by elders of CBD for anxiety





Medical marijuana has helped those with issues such as dementia cope with the pain but limiting the side effects of getting 'high'. As an example, a woman named Grace in Oregon began using a strain of this to help with her anxiety. In doing so, she was able to stay more calm vs. normal medication. Various facilities in the area help support this with recommendations and for a nominal fee for those interested in learning more.

Key Takeaways:

  • It is being discovered that medical marijuana can help elderly people with anxiety and sleeping issues. Different ways to administer the marijuana seems to be attracting to people
  • Seniors using marijuana are growing at a very fast rate. Up ten fold from 0.2 to 2.1 percent from 2002-2014
  • It isn't cheap, you will pay up to $400 to gain access to the drug in fees to facilities and the state plus the cost of the marijuana

"If you are living in a facility that accepts Medicare or Medicaid, you cannot use marijuana in any form, even though it’s legal in Oregon."

Read more: http://www.dailytidings.com/news/20170516/increasing-use-by-elders-of-cbd-for-anxiety

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Cannabis may help with curing dementia
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Date: May 20, 2017 08:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Cannabis may help with curing dementia





There are many problems which cannabis is supposed to help with. One of these is dementia. This is a condition the elderly often gt. It is hard to deal with because the person who gets it becomes confused and can't take care of themselves. They often need to be watched all the time. If cannabis can help that will be a good thing for many. The arguments surrounding cannabis are constantly raging back and forth because it's not known for certain if it helps as much as claims say.

Key Takeaways:

  • Human trials have not been conducted. However the results in mice give a lot of hope.
  • Studies show that THC in cannabis help older mice have more agile minds.
  • Studies are being done in the UK to see how cannabis impacts the brain on a molecular level.

"Research on cannabis use by adolescents has found compelling evidence that regular, heavy use can impair the memory."

Read more: http://appsforpcdaily.com/2017/05/cannabis-may-help-with-curing-dementia/

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9 Habits you Need to Start Today to Stop Dementia and Alzheimer’s Before it Starts
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Date: May 04, 2017 11:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 9 Habits you Need to Start Today to Stop Dementia and Alzheimer’s Before it Starts





Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease are two conditions prominent in elderly patients. There is no cure, and while treatments are available, it seems the conditions are more progressive than science. Preventing these conditions before they occur is your best option. Doing this isn't as difficult as you might think for it to be. In fact, there are habits you can stop doing right now that will lessen the risk that these conditions are going to affect you later in life.

Key Takeaways:

  • Alzheimer's and Dementia are not just part of getting older and there are steps people can take to try to avoid these things from setting in.
  • A proper diet with suppliments can decrease the chances of dementia.
  • Keeping your mind active and "exercising" it is important to strong mental health later in life.

"Though they have not shown to be effective in the later stages of dementia, studies have shown that supplementation early on in dementia may improve symptoms, and diets high in omega-3s or that have been supplemented early on in life can decrease your chance of developing the disease."

Read more: http://www.healthnutnews.com/9-habits-need-start-today-stop-dementia-alzheimers-starts/

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Could Diet Sodas Raise Risk of Dementia and Stroke?
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Date: April 27, 2017 10:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Could Diet Sodas Raise Risk of Dementia and Stroke?





Diet sodas are not a healthy choice for those dieting. New studies have shown that people who drink them are not experiencing health benefits and are at a three times higher risk of experiencing dementia and stroke. The study did not discern which artificial sweeteners were consumed. People that drink sugary beverages did not have the same risk factors but those who drank sugary risks had a higher risk of memory loss and accelerated brain aging. Experts agree drinking water and coffee are healthier alternatives.

Read more: Could Diet Sodas Raise Risk of Dementia and Stroke?

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Consuming silicon-rich water or foods can purge your body of up to 70% of the of aluminum in your bloodstream
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Date: April 08, 2017 11:44 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Consuming silicon-rich water or foods can purge your body of up to 70% of the of aluminum in your bloodstream





Despite the fact that aluminum is known to be a dangerous substance, it can be found in a large number of our regular items, for example, prepared sustenance, cookware, immunizations, prescriptions, child items, beauty care products, antiperspirants, sunscreens, cleaning items, tap water, and even noticeable all around we relax. The conclusion that drinking silicon-rich mineral water might be the answer for shield your body and mind from aluminum developments and cerebrum harm. Amid the clinical trials, including both solid people and individuals with Alzheimer illness, and found that drinking around one liter of silicon-rich mineral water each day can accelerate the discharge of aluminum by means of the kidneys and pee by up to 70 percent. Drinking silicon water is a non-intrusive approach to expel more aluminum from the body, something which benefits everybody, including immunized kids and individuals with infections, for example, Alzheimer's, dementia, and Parkinson's.

Key Takeaways:

  • Aluminum is stored in your body and causes many health problems including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis (MS), and other neurological and autoimmune diseases.
  • Christopher Exley determined that people suffering from Alzheimer's who drink silicon-rich water show a cognitive improvement.
  • Silicon water increases the rate at which aluminum is removed from the body through the kidneys and urinary tract.

"Today, aluminum is so abundant in our surrounding environment that it is practically impossible to avoid. Therefore, Dr. Exley has dedicated over two decades of his life to researching the effects of aluminum toxicity."

Read more: http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-04-04-consuming-silicon-rich-water-or-herbs-can-purge-your-body-of-up-to-70-the-of-aluminum-in-your-bloodstream.html

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Tea found to play a major role in the fight against dementia
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Date: April 05, 2017 06:44 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Tea found to play a major role in the fight against dementia





Scientists have found that drinking tea may reduce the risk of dementia. The benefits aren't dependent on a certain type of tea. The polyphenols in tea leaves help cognitive health along with other anti-inflammatory and antioxidant ingredients. It is recommended to relieve stress and anxiety. 2500 people were studied and tested on their cognitive abilities. Those that drank tea performed better on the test. In testing, tea also performed better than coffee, though coffee does have benefits as well.

Read more: Tea found to play a major role in the fight against dementia

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Daily Tea for Your Brain
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Date: March 26, 2017 07:29 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Daily Tea for Your Brain





It's common knowledge that green and black tea provide many benefits to your health and researchers are providing another reason to brew a cup of tea- it can cut your risk of suffering from dementia. A study found that being a regular tea-drinker can the risk of dementia in older people by up to 50 percent. Tea leaves have flavinoids that can protect against vascular damage to the brain. Read on for more details, and go brew a cup of tea!

Read more: Daily Tea for Your Brain

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Daily consumption of tea protects the elderly from cognitive decline
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Date: March 20, 2017 03:44 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Daily consumption of tea protects the elderly from cognitive decline





The daily consumption of tea protects elderly people from cognitive decline. It reduces the decline by 50 percent and as much as 86 percent for people who have a genetic risk for Alzheimer's disease. New research has come to this conclusion. The saying is that a cup of tea a day can help keep dementia away.

Key Takeaways:

  • A cup of tea a day can keep dementia away, and this is especially so for those who are genetically predisposed to the debilitating disease.
  • The neuroprotective role on cognitive function is not limited to a particular type of tea -- so long as the tea is brewed from tea leaves, such as green, black or oolong tea.
  • The tea compounds exhibit anti-inflammatory and antioxidant potential and other bioactive properties that may protect the brain from vascular damage and neurodegeneration.

""A cup of tea a day can keep dementia away...""



Reference:

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/03/170316093412.htm

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Niacin has proven effective in lowering cholesterol
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Date: March 14, 2017 08:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Niacin has proven effective in lowering cholesterol





There are different kinds of cholesterol, some good and some bad. Not all cholesterol is going to hurt you. This talks about lowering it with niacin which can be found in different foods. You might want to add this to your diet if you have high numbers so you can get them to go down.

Key Takeaways:

  • Niacin is a B vitamin that is needed for your body to create the compounds necessary for cellular function.
  • A shortage of niacin can lead to diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, rash and, when severe, even confusion and dementia.
  • Fortunately, a varied and plentiful diet can ensure you have sufficient levels of niacin.

"A shortage of niacin, or vitamin B3, can lead to diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, rash and, when severe, neurologic conditions that manifest as confusion and dementia."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//www.dailyherald.com/article/20170311/entlife/170319876/&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjA0ZDU0MzY3MzQ5MTM0ZDA6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNEkw0OnTTZCAYSuVVvQpEXoeYfF8g

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Resveratrol Is Good For Diabetic People
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Date: March 11, 2017 02:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Resveratrol Is Good For Diabetic People





Resveratrol is really good for diabetic people. It can be a part of treating diabetes. In one study, it was found that resveratrol helps with controlling blood sugar levels. There were other experiments done as well to see what the effects were. It was found in the end that the drugs used to treat diabetes can now be used to treat Alzheimer's disease.

Key Takeaways:

  • Scientists found out that giving resveratrol to obese mice changed the makeup of the bacteria in their intestines in just six weeks and improved their glucose tolerance.
  • The scientists collected fecal matter from healthy resveratrol fed mice and transplanted it into pre-diabetic obese mice. Within two weeks their blood sugar levels were almost back to normal.
  • Medications or drugs used to control levels of glucose and regulate diabetes can be used to halt the onset of dementia as the two diseases are very much alike

"The medications or drugs that are used to control levels of glucose and regulate diabetes can be used to halt the onset of dementia as the two diseases are very much alike."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//www.sciencetimes.com/articles/10128/20170310/resveratrol-is-good-for-diabetic-people.htm&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGmE1ZjVlMDc0YzcwMWFjZWI6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNFjwZPGUUXRBaFZ_JbT1XxRC0zf_Q

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The foods that will improve your focus, according to a nutritionist
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Date: March 09, 2017 10:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: The foods that will improve your focus, according to a nutritionist





It takes a lot of energy to think. In fact the average adult brain uses a whopping 20 per cent of your daily calories, which is much more than any other organ in the body. It’s preferred source of fuel is glucose, which comes from carbohydrate-rich foods like wholegrains, including rye, oats, and brown rice. These foods are high in fibre making them slower digesting, which ensures a steady supply of energy to your brain keeping you mentally alert throughout the day.

Key Takeaways:

  • Want a long, happy, successful life? A good place to start is by feeding your brain (literally).
  • Walnuts, wholegrains, B vitamins, berries, oily fish and pumpkin seeds are among the best foods for brain health.
  • These foods have nutrients that have been tied to everything from staying alert to protecting against dementia.

"Having abundant energy, increased concentration and sharp memory are important for a successful career, as well as a long healthy life. But it’s easier said than done, right?"



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//www.bodyandsoul.com.au/nutrition/nutrition-tips/the-foods-that-will-improve-your-focus-according-to-a-nutritionist/news-story/ea7bba6cd20951413185a2706e8d856c&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjBhMmIxOTgxN2IyMDM3NjI6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNH8jAqV99a-XPF7X62CuxEnOJpzzQ

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Boost your memory now, avoid dementia later
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Date: February 17, 2017 05:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Boost your memory now, avoid dementia later





My father played tennis and basketball during his youth, then shifted to golf in his mid- 40s. He didn’t smoke or drink except occasionally, during special occasions. He shunned rich foods and had a simple diet of fish, lean meat, fruits, and vegetables. He is, to this day, still driving his car and playing golf at age 96! He is the chairman emeritus of the Senior Citizens Golfers and leads the group to attend golf tournaments abroad once a year.

Boost your memory now, avoid dementia later

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7 Weird Things Linked to Memory Loss Later in Life
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Date: February 12, 2017 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 7 Weird Things Linked to Memory Loss Later in Life





There are 7 weird things linked to memory loss later on in life. Air pollution is one of these causes. Poor sleep is another thing related to memory loss. If your sleep is disturbed for many years, then it could actually increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's. One very strange thing related to memory loss is a poor sense of smell.

Key Takeaways:

  • Air pollution can lead to increased chances of Alzheimers. There have been studies conducted on people that show that those in more polluted areas have a higher risk of the disease.
  • Exercise, a balanced diet, and maintaining a healthy weight all seem to be good for the brain and can limit your chances of later memory loss or Alzheimers.
  • Poor sleep can lead to alzheimers disease. Exercise can help but better sleep is the best. Poor sleep leads to the build up of alzheimers proteins.

"For people with a family history of Alzheimer’s, a blow to the head might accelerate the cognitive and brain changes associated with the disease."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//www.health.com/alzheimers/memory-loss-dementia-surprising-risk-factors&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjFmZmViMTExOGM5Mzg5YTQ6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNEhSLn5xa8k1eZeCmQ6jVUtW0UEfQ

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Important Vitamins For Brain Health
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Date: February 11, 2017 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Important Vitamins For Brain Health





Every part of the body has nutrients that it needs to survive. The brain is one organ that we need to function properly to avoid irreversible damage. If you find yourself feeling a little sluggish, you may need to supplement certain vitamins and minerals to get you back to where you belong. Vitamins E, B, and C are essential to the brain because they maintain healthy function of neurons, promote the production of hormones, and help boost the immune system to fight off cognitive disorders. Vitamins B6, B12, and D also provide needed aid to the brain.

Key Takeaways:

  • The brain acquires nutrients like all other organs of the body. A balance diet contains fibers, vitamins, minerals and proteins etc. the balance diet is necessary to maintain the normal functions of the brain. Vitamins play a basic role in the improvement of your memory and in the functioning of the brain.
  • Vitamin E contains high quantity of antioxidants like gamma tocopherol and tocopherol. These antioxidants are effective against many disorders of the brain. Whole grain flour, cruciferous and leafy vegetables are rich in vitamin E.
  • Vitamin C is essential component for the production of the neurons. It helps you to improve the memory. It also protects against the degeneration of the brain that is related to the age. Thus it is effective against dementia.

"Vitamins play a basic role in the improvement of your memory and in the functioning of the brain."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//ewhatinfo.com/health/important-vitamins-for-brain-health/&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjVkYjY3ZDViNDdiNGM3ZTc6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNFGriAGIU0COGpHkZ2ha65Il19nyQ

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This is How the Brain Regulates Your Sleep
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Date: February 10, 2017 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: This is How the Brain Regulates Your Sleep





The brain regulates your sleep in an interesting way. Sleep is an interesting thing to learn about. It is still a mystery. There has been a lot of speculation as to how the brain induces sleep patters. It's been noted that sleep patterns and things in that arena are related to things like mental illness. Sleep is extremely important to study.

Key Takeaways:

  • Scientists have known for a while that an unusual sleep routine or insufficient sleep can lead to mental as well as physical illness. Sleeping disorders are found to be the root cause of many diseases including dementia.
  • The recent research conducted by researchers at the Harvard Medical School has discovered that sleep may be regulated in part by brain-based immune proteins.
  • Results of the study showed that the inflammasome recruits a sleep-inducing molecule to trigger somnolence following sleep deprivation and exposure to a bacterial toxin. Animals which lack genes for this protective immune complex showed profound sleep aberrations.

"Results of the study showed that the inflammasome recruits a sleep-inducing molecule to trigger somnolence following sleep deprivation and exposure to a bacterial toxin."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=//food.ndtv.com/health/this-is-how-the-brain-regulates-your-sleep-1655795&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjFmZmViMTExOGM5Mzg5YTQ6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNEuv7Cl9KFvLF2WxE-8gLefEIxM8Q

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11 Daily Habits That Can Increase Your Risk Of Dementia Down The Line
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Date: February 06, 2017 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 11 Daily Habits That Can Increase Your Risk Of Dementia Down The Line





There are many horrible ailments in life, but getting dementia is one of the worse. One of the worst things that can take over a person life can be avoided. There are things like sleeping enough, not stressing and making sure you do not lose anything on a consistent basis. Watch for these signs, and you may be able to avoid dementia.

Key Takeaways:

  • 11 Daily Habits That Can Increase Your Risk Of Dementia Down The Line.
  • By acting at a young age, you'll set yourself up for greater longevity and brain function.
  • There are certain daily habits that increase risk of dementia that you can easily break out of and replace with healthier habits that will keep your noggin' strong and well.

"If you're drinking most nights of the week, and you're having more than one glass a night (over 7 drinks per week, or too large of pours), it could damage your brain down the road."



Reference:

https://www.google.com/url?rct=j&sa=t&url=https://www.bustle.com/p/11-daily-habits-that-can-increase-your-risk-of-dementia-down-the-line-32815&ct=ga&cd=CAIyGjFmZmViMTExOGM5Mzg5YTQ6Y29tOmVuOlVT&usg=AFQjCNERTvZlwMnX_m-_IlJR3s2DeExoEw

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Can Air Pollution Heighten Alzheimer's Risk?
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Date: February 05, 2017 04:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Can Air Pollution Heighten Alzheimer's Risk?





Recent research studies indicate a link between high levels of air pollution and an increased risk of Alzheimer's Disease. Studies tested mice exposed to air pollution and found that it led to an increase of the protein clusters associated with dementia and Alzheimer's. Another study found that elderly women in areas with above average pollution were also at a greater risk.

Can Air Pollution Heighten Alzheimer's Risk?

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Should Vegans Take DHA to Preserve Brain Function?
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Date: February 05, 2017 10:19 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Should Vegans Take DHA to Preserve Brain Function?





Ever since recent studies uncovered that patients with dementia and Alzheimer’s have lower levels of omega-3 fatty acids and DHA, the question has been whether supplementing our diets with these nutrients will help fend off cognitive diseases. What really needs to happen are long term studies where the same patients are tested throughout the study to find out if the cognitive decline or nutritional deficiency comes first. Some more recent studies have shown that lower levels of DHA correlates to smaller brain size. So the question is, should we be supplementing with DHA to hold off cognitive decline?

[video mp4="//nutritionfacts.org/video/should-vegans-take-dha-to-preserve-brain-function/"]

Key Takeaways:

  • Omega 3's aid in brain function
  • Low levels of DHA can cause lower brain function
  • DHA can improve red blood count

""While normal aging results in overall brain shrinkage, having lower long chain Omega 3's may signal increased risk"."

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