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

A Strawberry a Day Might Impact Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease

As we age, our risk for neurological disorders increases. It is part of life. Why do some people live past 100 years of age and never lose an ounce of brainpower or memory, and others can develop Alzheimer’s disease (AD) … Continue reading

The Second Cause of Alzheimer’s Disease That is Something You Can Control

There are several causes of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) that most people can control. Ask Dr. Google, and he will tell you that the medical field does not know what causes AD; however, amyloid-beta plaque buildup and tau tangles are most … Continue reading

Alzheimer’s Might Be a Distant Memory!

Alzheimer’s Disease affects over five million Americans. Anyone who has had a friend or family member with this disease knows the havoc and devastation it can create. An otherwise perfectly healthy person is unable to recognize relationships or control his … Continue reading

The Master Molecule for Health

Free radicals damage cells in our bodies every second of our lives. Molecules with weak bonds split and one portion is left with an unpaired electron pair. This is called a free radical. They are very unstable. They attempt to … Continue reading

The Best Measure for Heart Health

Homocysteine is an amino acid. It is a great predictor of health and longevity. Homocysteine used to be the Gold Standard for heart health. It has been replaced by the ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids. More on the … Continue reading

One Critical Factor for Good Health

We are constantly under attack by free radicals. There is nothing you can do to stop this chemical process. It is natural and it occurs every second of every day. Every cell in your body is a candidate for damage. … Continue reading

Some Risks of Heart Disease are Easier to Control

Homocysteine is an amino acid. It is formed during the metabolism of methionine and cysteine. Methionine is an essential amino acid that our bodies do not produce. We have to get this amino acid from the foods we eat (Brazil … Continue reading

The Old Gold Standard for Heart Health

Homocysteine used to be the Gold Standard for heart health.  It has been replaced by the ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids.  More on the new gold standard in a future blog. Homocysteine is an amino acid. It is … Continue reading

Everyone is Self-Destructing, but…

Free radicals injure cells in your body every second of your lives. Molecules with weak bonds sometimes split and one portion is left with an unpaired electron pair. This is called a free radical. They are very unstable. They attempt … Continue reading