The pH of the Brain Might Predict Alzheimer’s Disease Quicker Than Other Tests

One problem with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is that neurological damage is done and may not be reversible by the time it is diagnosed correctly. Five years ago, Johns Hopkins Medicine scientists discovered the role of pH in the risk of … Continue reading

Are Compulsive Eating and Cravings the Same as Food Addiction?

Can you tell the difference between being hydrated and having a craving for food? How about the difference between hunger and habit? How many of us routinely have breakfast because we wake up, and it is something we have done … Continue reading

MIND Diet Challenges DASH Diet to Reduce Brain Lesions and Improve Quality of Life

A lesion may develop in the brain when blood does not flow freely. Some diseases, like multiple sclerosis (MS), cause brain lesions. Scientists designed a diet that benefits people with MS. Multiple Sclerosis https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/multiple-sclerosis/symptoms-causes/syc-20350269. MS is an autoimmune disease that … Continue reading

Clinical Trials for New Lupus Drug Have Shown Stellar Results

Lupus is an autoimmune disease without a current cure. Some lifestyle changes moderate the disease – diet and sun protection. A medical diagnosis along with laboratory testing can confirm the condition. Lupus can last a lifetime. Almost two-thirds of Americans … Continue reading

Improve and Maintain Brain Health by Controlling These 7 Things

What is the worst thing that can happen to you? My father used to think it was dying. I think being dependent upon someone to change your diaper for the last ten years of your life is worse. Opinions abound. … Continue reading

Want to Know About Type 1.5 or Type 3, or Type 4 Diabetes?

I have heard of Type I and Type II diabetes, but I came across an article today talking about Type 1.5. I know that scientists have been calling Alzheimer’s disease Type III disease for a while. Type 4 diabetes was … Continue reading

New Test connects Dementia to Parkinson’s Disease

Approximately 50% of Parkinson’s patients develop dementia within ten years. Vision testing can predict the greater dementia likelihood in those with Parkinson’s disease (PD) up to 18 months in advance. Two studies confirm that vision degradation usually precedes the onset … Continue reading

Brain Function Improvement in 1 Easy Step

During our pandemic, social intercourse is lacking, the real, up-close, and personal social intercourse. Yes, Zoom and other video apps bring friends and family within visual range, but it is not the same. Networking for All https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/12-ways-to-keep-your-brain-young I belong to … Continue reading

Tea for Two – Your Body and Brain

A study from the National University of Singapore shows that drinking tea improves brain function. The Study https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/09/190912100945.htm A year and a half ago, researchers tested 36 older adults to determine if tea improved brain cognition. All the participants were … Continue reading

Treat Your Second Brain Better to Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s

Health scientists have known for years that our gut is our second brain. There is an intricate connection between the gut and the brain. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/wellness-and-prevention/the-brain-gut-connection Dementia Causes It seems that when not if we grow older our risk of developing … Continue reading