Sometimes just eating or drinking something can help your body function better - it's not always about taking pills...
And this is a perfect example of a drink that can help your brain perform better - take a look below... Studies show green tea improves memory and brain function...
In a study, the participants who were given a green tea extract demonstrated improved connectivity between the... ››› more
It's been proven that vegetables and fruit don't contain the nutrient vaues they used to 50 years ago due to poorer soil quality...
But there's one nutrient that you've probably reduced in your diet thanks to bad press (misinformation really) which could be the reason you're mentally tired and forgetful. A choline deficiency is not only more common than we think, it could be making you forgetfu... ››› more
Parkinson's disease affects the nervous system. It can start with a barely noticeable tremor in just one hand, which develops into shaking, stiffness, and slowness of movement - making it difficult to walk, balance and hold things...
One of the risk factors for Parkinson's is having the disease in your family.
But the other major risk factor is the exposure to toxins - especially herbicides ... ››› more
Yesterday, the financial news featured Biogen's Alzheimer's drug that's just been approved by the FDA's accelerated programme...
This, despite highly controversial trial results!
Find out more below... Are pharmaceutical companies in the money game or the medicine game?
They certainly don't seem to be in the HEALTH game!
The story behind this drug, which will be sold under the br... ››› more
Parkinson's disease is life changing. This brain disorder causes shaking, stiffness, difficulty with walking, balance and eventually with speach.
Symptoms usually begin gradually and get worse over time.
But there's a vegetable that could help you prevent Parkinson's - find out what it is and why it's effective below... Cut your Parkinson’s risk – simply eat peppers...
Studies show ... ››› more
If you've been diagnosed with Parkinson's, you've probably decreased activities like golf, dancing and possibly even going for long walks with fear of falling.
But, a recent study shows that golf can actually help reduce symptoms and improve balance! Get your golf clubs out of the cupboard again - they can help you manage, or possibly even slow down the progression of Parkinson's…
Th... ››› more
If you feel mentally tired - and thinking is becoming increasingly like hard-work for you, there's a delicious juice you can drink daily that could re-awaken your brain!
Find out below what researchers discovered in a recent study... Blueberry juice improves cognitive function and memory...
In the study run by the University of Exeter in England, 26 people between the ages of 65 and 77 wer... ››› more
Alzheimer's is a growing concern throughout the world. It currently affects one in nine people over the age of 65, and scientists predict that figure will double by 2050.
The pharmaceutical drugs available mask the symptoms for a while but they don't effectively slow the disease or stop it.
But a new study out of the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University recently showed that CBD o... ››› more
An accident... A crime... Abuse... Bereavement... These can all lead to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Nearly everyone will experience some trauma sometime in their lives but most people will recover after the initial symptoms.
Unfortunately, one in 11 people will experience Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD). It describes a sense of fear or stress that persists over an extended period o... ››› more
If you're overweight, you've probably been concerned about the effects the extra kilos could be having on your heart and your blood sugar levels...
But there's one more thing to worry about, unfortunately.
Your brain health... Study shows the effects of being overweight on the brain...
Researchers from the University of Sheffield and the University of Eastern Finland analysed the MRI sca... ››› more
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