Susan Berry

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‘Guilt-free’ foods are a lie

By Cara Rosenbloom<p>Have you ever noticed a food advertised as “guilt-free” and wondered what it was all about? It likely meant it had less sugar or fat than the original recipe, so you should feel less guilty about eating it.<p>Wait. What? Guilty about eating food? Guilt is defined as “a feeling of …

The road to Alzheimer’s disease is lined with processed foods

Dementia haunts the United States. There’s no one without a personal story about how dementia has touched someone they care for. But beyond personal stories, the broader narrative is staggering: By 2050, we are on track to have almost 15 million Alzheimer’s patients in the US alone. That’s roughly …

10 Alternatives To Airbnb For Vacation Rentals

Get inspired for your next getaway ✈️<p>If you’re planning an end-of-summer trip to one of the world’s best beaches, you’re probably looking for some killer digs to boot. Though you’d be hard-pressed to find someone these days who hasn’t used hospitality marketplace Airbnb for vacation rentals, there …

Study Shows Long-Term Effects Of Diabetes And Prediabetes On The Brain

One of the largest studies on the connection between blood sugar and brain function has found that people with prediabetes and diabetes experience worse long-term cognitive decline than people with normal blood sugar levels. The results underscore just how dangerous impaired blood sugar is for …

News

Retirement causes brain function to rapidly decline, warn scientists

Workers looking forward to enjoying a long and leisurely retirement after years of toil, may need to think again.<p>New research shows that brain function declines rapidly as soon as people stop work and put their feet up.<p>A major British study which tracked 3,400 retired civil servants found that …

If You Get The Asian Glow, Alcohol Could Be Way Worse For Your Body

A new study suggests that people who get an alcohol-induced red flush may see more DNA damage than those who don't.<p>If you get the “Asian glow,” you may want to reconsider your next margarita.<p>A new study suggests that those who get a red flush while drinking alcohol may be more susceptible to …

The Ultimate Vitamin K2 Resource | Chris Masterjohn, PhD

<b>Evidence For the Health Benefits Of Vitamin K2</b><p>We can have varying degrees of confidence in different health benefits attributed to vitamin K. In this …

Leaving the house linked to longevity in older adults

(Reuters Health) - For older people, getting out of the house regularly may contribute to a longer life - and the effect is independent of medical problems or mobility issues, according to new research from Israel.<p>For study participants in their 70s, 80s and 90s, the frequency with which they left …

Poppy | 2017 Cutest Dog

Description<p>Remember Pinky & The Brain? Poppy ('Pinky') is an adorable yet scatter-brained 9 year old female husky that tags along with the …

Cute

Exercise alone does not achieve weight loss

If you think that a couple of sessions at the gym will help to work off those Thanksgiving pounds, think again. A new study shows that when it comes …

Weight Loss

Having trouble sleeping? It is not just because of aging.

By Barbara Sadick<p>Many older adults have sleep problems that can be caused by aging. But other issues also contribute to the prevalence of sleep complaints, and they should be discussed and investigated, experts say.<p>A national poll conducted by the University of Michigan and released in October …

Scientists Have Found a New Clue About How 'Super-Agers' Stay Sharp as They Age

And here's what you can do to keep up.<p>Some older people can remember things just as well as peers who are nearly half their age. Scientists are …

Does Gluten Cause Leaky Gut Syndrome?

A gastrointestinal condition called "leaky gut" is gaining worldwide attention, particularly among the natural health community.<p>Some medical …

Sleep Scientist Warns Against Walking Through Life 'In An Underslept State'

The National Sleep Foundation recommends an average of eight hours of sleep per night for adults, but sleep scientist Matthew Walker says that too many people are falling short of the mark.<p>"Human beings are the only species that deliberately deprive themselves of sleep for no apparent gain," Walker …

University of California

Lifestyle changes, not a magic pill, can reverse Alzheimer's

by Aeon October 20, 2017 Health & Medicine 34314<p>Clayton Dalton<p>Last summer, a research group from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) …

Dementia

America’s most famous back pain doctor said pain is in your head. Thousands think he's right.

Beloved by his patients, Dr. John Sarno was derided by his medical peers.<p>Last summer, I published a comprehensive guide to the new science of treating back pain. Immediately my inbox filled with emails about a doctor that readers felt I’d overlooked: the late John Sarno.<p>“Thousands of people, …

Back Pain

Gluten Free Diet

Fat-free, low carb, Paleo and gluten-free diets are just some of the new “fad diets” that have bombarded grocery store check-out lines and newsfeed …

Even More Evidence Has Linked Parkinson's Disease to Our Gut Bacteria

Parkinson's isn't just in our brains<p>Researchers have found yet another reason to think the symptoms of Parkinson's disease could be a consequence of …

Medical Research

Want to stay strong as you age? Find a purpose.

By Judith Graham<p>After making it through the maelstrom of middle age, many adults find themselves approaching older age wondering, "What will give purpose to my life" now that the kids have flown the nest and retirement is in the cards?<p>How they answer can have significant implications for their …

Alzheimer's Disease

Large diet study suggests it's carbs, not fats, that are bad for your health

A large, 18-country study may turn current nutritional thinking on its head.<p>The new research suggests that it's not the fat in your diet that's …

Nutrition

HRT skin patch 'has less stroke risk' than pills, says study which tracked one million women for 15 years

Women who take HRT to control the often debilitating symptoms of menopause could slash their risk of a stroke by switching to a skin-patch form of …

Grass-fed Beef Contains Cancer-Fighting Substance

A study done a few years ago found that ex-vegetarians outnumber current vegetarians by a ratio of three to one. This suggests that 75 percent of …

Prescription Broccoli in a Pill Seen as the Potential Future of Diabetes Treatment

Alex Pietrowski, <i>Staff Writer</i> <b><br>Waking Times</b>The life-changing disease Type 2 Diabetes is on the rise worldwide, and especially alarming is the fact that …

7 Proven Benefits of Quercetin (#1 is Incredible) - Dr. Axe

Have you ever wondered what makes a “superfood” super? Or what key superfoods like red wine, green tea, kale and blueberries all have in common? The …

Water Safety In America: Nearly 1 in 4 US Home Live In Area With Questionable Tap Water, Report Says

A report released Tuesday has found that nearly a quarter of tap water sources in the US are either contaminated or are not being properly monitored.

5 Kettlebell Workouts to Build Serious Strength

<b></b>5 Kettlebell Workouts to Build Serious StrengthWe recently reported on a study that found kettlebells to be awesome tools for cardio. In fact, …

Do You Really Need to Eat Less Salt? — TIME

For decades, heart doctors and government recommendations have warned that eating too much salt can cause high blood pressure, which puts a person at …