Did You Know that Small Bedroom Lights Can Harm Your Health?

Sleep is mandatory for good health. There is a healthy range of around seven to nine hours for adults. When you are outside that range – above or below – your long-term health can be impacted Power of Sleep and … 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

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

New Parkinson’s Treatment May Have Healing Insights for Cancer

I research the cellular level of the body, looking for cause and effect relationships. Treat a cause and fix a problem. Treat a symptom and always treat that symptom. It appears that a process used to treat Parkinson’s might enhance … Continue reading

Humanin Improves our Health and Longevity

I have written two books on longevity. It is a niche area that I love to research. Today, as I was looking for a topic to write about, I came across humanin. I know that human growth hormone and telomere … Continue reading

Options for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS, and Huntington’s Diseases

Creatine is a naturally occurring acid in our bodies. Creatine helps our cells make ATP (adenosine triphosphate). ATP provides the intercellular energy required for us to function. This is critical in fighting disease. Creatine is found in protein-rich foods. Without … Continue reading

Running on Empty Every Day?

Every cell in your body has its own power supply. Mitochondria are the power generators converting oxygen and other nutrients (carbohydrates, fats and proteins) into adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP is the chemical power grid controller of each cell. It powers all … Continue reading

Creatine – The New Anti-aging Brain Food?

Creatine is a naturally occurring acid in our bodies. Most of us think people take creatine to help build muscles and improve athletic performance. Creatine does help our cells make ATP (adenosine triphosphate). ATP provides the intercellular energy required for … Continue reading

Two Things Needed to Help Maintain Your Youth

Our bodies make Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). It is needed in every cell in our bodies. It gives the mitochondria in our cells the ability to produce energy (ATP) our bodies need to function. Aging causes a decline in our ability … Continue reading