Archive for the ‘Prevention’ Category
Dark Chocolate’s benefit for the brain is both direct, and indirect through improved heart and blood sugar-related health. Clinical research trials suggest that dark chocolate and pure cocoa are as powerful as tea, red wine and berries in enhancing some aspects of heart health.
A variety of green leafy and brightly colored vegetables, as well as dried beans and peas and low sodium vegetable juice, are essential to brain and body health.
In honor of Mediterranean Diet Month I’d like to highlight an exciting study on the Mediterranean Diet that has been getting lots of press conference recently.
Promising research suggests cinnamon contributes directly to brain health and may protect against Alzheimer’s disease. It is a potent antioxidant, a natural anti-inflammatory and is effective in regulating blood sugar and reducing cholesterol, providing additional benefits for the brain. Most people enjoy its natural sweetness. Saigon Cassia is the most potent and flavorful type of cinnamon.
There is great confusion about the difference between dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
I was recently on a panel discussion on New Hampshire Public Radio’s program The Exchange, along with Dr. Robert Santulli, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Dartmouth, Director of the Dartmouth […]
We’ve known for a long time that diet plays an important role in the cause and possible prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. Mark Bittman, well-known cookbook author and writer for the […]
Do you want to do something to protect yourself from developing Alzheimer’s disease? Controlling your blood pressure may be one of the most important things you can do to protect […]
It is best to buy free-range eggs, or at least eggs that contain omega-3′s