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  • Keep Your Brain Healthy: There Are Only 2 Ways

    Keep Your Brain Healthy: There Are Only 2 Ways



    I recently listened to an interview with the famous psychologist Jordan Peterson. According to him, science shows that mental exercises — sudoku or chess, for example — do not help to preserve the cognitive abilities lost with age.


    And the only exercises that help are physical ones. And, intensive.


    I'm surprised Dr. Peterson hasn't mentioned food yet. Probably so as not to shock the audience once again — after all, he only eats beef.
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    Last edited by Barbara Radcliffe; 10-16-2020, 07:41 AM.

  • Alzheimer's Disease and Keto Diet: Treatment and Prevention

    Alzheimer's Disease and Keto Diet: Treatment and Prevention

    The amazing history of the Newport family

    Steve Newport was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease at the age of 58. By this point, it had been progressing for about 5 years. His wife, Mary, a pediatrician, and neonatologist, decided to try "non-traditional" methods of treatment since she had no desire to put up with her husband's incurable disease.

    Inspired by a little-known article by George Cahill (the same one who long ago showed that the brain can be 70% supplied
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    Last edited by Stephen Shue; 07-15-2020, 04:00 AM.

  • How Keto Improves Memory at Any Age

    How Keto Improves Memory at Any Age




    The most sophisticated and advanced nerve center present in the world is your brain. Or – relying on the way you observe it – a wrinkly bag of fat that is housed inside your skull. In any case, it is an accumulation of human evolution based on thousands of years.

    Memory serves the basis of a productive, stable life. If you’re unable to remember things from your past, it is difficult to remain on track.

    For this reason, Alzheimer’s disease, which is
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    Last edited by Claudia Allen; 07-04-2020, 12:00 PM.

  • Sweet Poison: Why Sugar Destroys Us and How to Resist It

    Sweet Poison: Why Sugar Destroys Us and How to Resist It




    How much sugar do we eat with yogurts, cheeses, and curds?


    It just so happens that yogurts and curds are considered proper, light, and healthy food. When asked what is more useful – a piece of fat or a jar of low-fat fruit yogurt, 99 out of 100 people will answer "of course, yogurt."

    This is not surprising, because the marketing actively uses references to” live milk culture“ and ”lightness“, the packaging is decorated with
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    Last edited by Ray Plemons; 05-04-2020, 01:05 PM.

  • How Ketogenic Diet Treats Alzheimer’s Disease

    How Ketogenic Diet Treats Alzheimer’s Disease





    Alzheimer’s disease along with other associated neurodegenerative disorders that affect memory, decision-making, and behavior, are today not more than an epidemic striking Western societies.

    Presently, the estimated number of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia cases is 50 million worldwide, which includes 5 million occurring in America and over 7 million in Europe.

    Moreover, these figures are believed to rise by over 200 percent in the upcoming
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    Last edited by Andrew Stuart; 07-04-2020, 09:33 AM.

  • Keto diet as the best and only way to prevent Dementia and Alzheimer's

    Keto diet as the best and only way to prevent Dementia and Alzheimer's

    The brain requires more energy than any other individual organ in the body. For a day of not too intense work, the brain consumes 250-300 kilocalories, that is, about a quarter of the energy that goes to the main exchange.

    At only two percent of body weight, the brain consumes 25 percent of its energy. The question is, where is it better to take this energy from?





    The idea that sugar is vital for the brain is rather speculative and stems from the fact...
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    Last edited by Rebecca Nigel; 09-17-2020, 09:42 PM.
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