NAC Supports Healthy Levels of Glutathione to Improve Immune Response and Much More

N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (NAC) is created from the nonessential amino acid cysteine in your liver. Foods high in protein (meat, fish, seafood, chicken, turkey, eggs, etc.) are good sources of cysteine. Conversely, your body can produce it in your liver from other … Continue reading

Will Stopping Inflammation Halt the Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease?

I gave a short talk today on Alzheimer’s disease (AD). I have written extensively on it over the past few years – nearly three dozen articles. So I gave thought to a spreadsheet listing the various causes of AD at … Continue reading

The Complexity of Treating Alzheimer’s Disease Requires a Broad Range of Effective Nutrients

There is not a single cause of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). As such, a single pill does not cure it or stop it. In addition, what might work well in treating inflammation is not effective in treating plaque or tangles. Current … Continue reading

Nasal Sprays May Be More Effective Than Vaccines to End the Pandemic

A few months ago, I came across some research on nasal sprays and the potential to halt the spread of COVID-19. I use a nasal spray (Xlear) every day before leaving home. It blocks the ACE2 receptor to prevent the … Continue reading

A Spice That Can Replace Pain Meds for Some

Turmeric, the golden spice, has been used for centuries to treat many health problems, primarily pain, and inflammatory disorders. Health Benefits https://health.usnews.com/wellness/food/articles/what-are-the-health-benefits-of-turmeric. Ayurvedic and Chinese practices use turmeric for simple health issues, indigestion or headaches, to more severe diseases such … Continue reading

Minding Your PQQs to Live Longer & Healthier

PQQ (pyrroloquinoline quinone) is one of my favorite nutrients. I’ve written and spoken about it in reference to brain health. It can be regenerated over 20,000 times to fight free radicals in the brain. PQQ is found in parsley, papaya, … Continue reading

Coffee – Any Real Health Value?

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine explored coffee and its relationship to mortality. Coffee drinkers compared to non-coffee drinkers had a lower risk of death from all sources. One cup/day to six or more cups/day yielded … Continue reading

One Alternative for Alzheimer’s Prevention

I advocate treating the cause of problems, not the symptoms. Treating the cause prevents problems from occurring. Dementia, stroke, and Alzheimer’s disease are unrelated. Yet, each have similar causes that can be addressed. Oxidative stress is a major problem for … Continue reading

Are You Minding Your PQQ?

PQQ is pyrroloquinoline quinone. It is found in many foods. Parsley, green bell peppers, spinach, kiwi, papaya, green tea and oolong tea have higher levels of PQQ than other foods. Our body cannot make PQQ. However, low levels of PQQ … Continue reading