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

Half of Vitamin E is Not Enough for Long Term Health

After church last weekend, I talked with several friends about life, family, the pandemic, and health in general. Unfortunately, one of my conversations centered on death, especially that of heart attack and stroke. However, the friend I was chatting with … Continue reading

Alzheimer’s Disease Has Many Causes – Neurotransmitter Overstimulation Is One of Them

Alzheimer’s is a progressive mental disease that destroys memory and other cognitive functions. Brain connections degenerate and die. Memory loss, confusion, impaired reasoning, and judgment are common symptoms. Causes of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/what-causes-alzheimers-disease. One would think the National Institute … Continue reading

Reduce or Eliminate Stroke Symptoms with Vitamin E

Nearly twenty years ago, studies showed that vitamin E protected some patients’ brains after strokes.  Ohio State University discovered that alpha-tocotrienol is responsible for stopping or reducing an enzyme from releasing fatty acids that eventually kill the neurons in your brain.  All tests to date … Continue reading

VITAMIN E PROTECTS YOUR BRAIN FROM STROKE

Archived AUGUST 6, 2010 Ten years ago studies showed that vitamin E protected some patients’ brains after strokes. Recently, Ohio State University discovered that alpha-tocotrienol is responsible for stopping  or reducing an enzyme from releasing fatty acids that eventually kill the … Continue reading