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category : Cognition

Are Carbs Causing Dementia?

By Lauren Peizer, ND October 6, 2017

Dementia is on the rise. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) there are currently around 47 million people with dementia and that number is expected to get up to nearly three times that many within 30-35 years.

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Your Genetics Load the Gun, but Your Lifestyle Pulls the Trigger

By Beau Hooker, ND August 14, 2017

Genetics is defined as the study of heredity and the variation of inherited characteristics. In every one of our cells, there are 46 strands of DNA that are tightly coiled into a chromosome. Within each chromosome, it is estimated that we have between 20,000 and 25,000 genes. For the most part, genes are the same in all humans, but a small number of genes are slightly different for each individual. These small differences are what make you who you are and unique from everyone else.

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Green Coffee Extract and Weight Loss

By Longevity February 18, 2013

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I’m often asked about the best supplements for weight loss. Most of the things I see sold have very little science to back them up. The exception to this rule seems to be green coffee extract. Several well done peer-reviewed studies show that green coffee extract, in the range of 1100 to 1200 mg per day, does a good job of enhancing weight loss. Those who use an adequate dose of green coffee extract coupled with a reasonable diet and exercise program do a better job of losing weight than those who eat the same diet and do the same exercise without using the extract. There are also some indications that green coffee extract may have a beneficial effect on brain function, and prevention of some neurologic conditions such as

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Are you losing your MIND?

By Dr. Jerry Mixon September 12, 2008

Brains SHRINK with age, but why?

The average brain shrinks about 0.5mm per year after age 50; those with Alzheimer’s may lose up to 2mm annually. This loss is “normally” accompanied by a decline in memory and mental agility. Sure, losing your mind is a “normal” part of aging. But normal is not my goal. We all know what I think about being normal, it STINKS! The fact is, your brain does not have to shrink as you get older. There are those rare individuals who have robust brains into their 80s and even 90s. If you want to be one of them, here is how you go about it.

First of all, give your brain the Omega 3 fats it needs for repair and maintenance. About 70% of your brain is made of Omega-3 fatty acids. Taking enough of LMC’s Ultra Omega will give you the raw material to work with. The next step is to stimulate your body to use that raw material for brain

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