Why Are We Gambling with Our Health Daily?

Gambling means that we take risky actions for the desired result. What is the desired outcome for our health? It is not having someone change your diaper for the last five or ten years of your life. It is about … Continue reading

Study Supporting Sunscreen and Shade to Prevent Osteoporosis Is Wrong

More people are protecting themselves from exposure to sunlight to prevent skin cancers. Does that prevention increase the risk of reducing bone density? JAMA Study https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamadermatology/article-abstract/2785540?resultClick=1. Studies can prove almost anything you want if you structure them appropriately. When I … 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

Clinical Studies on Some Vitamins Are Leaving Out Critical Interactions

I had a conversation with an in-law not long ago. I was surprised when I heard that her doctor did not believe in the effectiveness of higher doses of vitamin D. There have been studies sayings that high doses improve … Continue reading

Understanding The Complexities of Alzheimer’s Disease Might Unlock the Doors to a Cure?

There is no single cause for Alzheimer’s disease (AD), and no single pill will cure it. Instead, multiple causes appear to cascade on each other as the disease progresses. Cut off the source early, and the disease may be stopped … Continue reading

Is a Ketogenic Diet Safe for Healthy Longevity?

Keto diets seem to be the rage nowadays. Some people have transition issues from a blood glucose-based energy system to relying on fat for energy. Regardless, some things about this type of diet – low carb and high fat/protein – … Continue reading

Most Americans Are Deficient in This Mineral

Magnesium is required for over 300 functions in the body. Four out of five people over the age of 71 are deficient. The risk of cardiovascular disease increases significantly as magnesium levels fall. Magnesium Deficiency https://www.pharmacytimes.com/news/study-half-of-all-americans-are-magnesium-deficient We are in a … Continue reading

Dietary Choices and Bone Fractures Have This in Common

Our lifestyle choices affect our health. I am an advocate of balanced nutrition, caloric restriction, fasting, and maintaining an alkaline body environment. Additionally, routine exercise (all types), toxin avoidance, and daily stress management provide a higher propensity for a long … 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

4 Things about Fighting Osteoporosis You Probably Didn’t Know That Will Improve Your Life

Osteoporosis is a medical condition in which your bones become brittle or fragile. I read an article today in Medical News Today that discussed environmental factors that may increase the risk of osteoporosis. I am amazed that the underlying chemical … Continue reading