How Do We Know if Our Loved Ones Have Alzheimer’s and What Options Do We Have?

Last night, I was on my regular monthly Zoom meeting with some squadron mates from VP-94. VP-94 was a Patrol Squadron stationed in Belle Chase, LA, until decommissioned in 2006 ( The topics vary from all corners of the world … 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

Can Soft Drinks Wreck Your Immune System?

Attention is being given to our immune system in this past pandemic year. Some people have no symptoms from the virus, and others suffer and must be hospitalized. One of the problems is preexisting conditions – challenges to health in … Continue reading

Should You be Worried about Cholesterol?

I am a researcher – not a doctor. I research the human body at the cellular level looking for cause and effect relationships. You cannot solve a health problem by treating symptoms, you must treat the cause of the problem. … Continue reading

8 Reasons Why Intermittent Fasting is Healthy

Intermittent fasting seems like a long journey between meals. Intermittent fasting requires fasting for twelve to eighteen hours between meals daily. I fast daily for at least sixteen hours. I just finished 87 hours of prolonged fasting. I drank only water, … Continue reading

Foods That Taste Good Can Begin the Cause of Serious Disease

Glycation is the bonding of a sugar molecule to a protein or fat molecule. Our bodies form advanced glycation end products (AGEs). AGEs worsen many degenerative diseases – diabetes, atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, stroke, etc. AGEs are formed inside our bodies. … Continue reading

Heart Disease Can Be Avoided

There are multiple causes of heart disease.  Low-density lipoproteins (LDLs) are one of them.  LDLs are a combination of fats (lipids) and proteins. LDL is portrayed in the medical literature as ‘bad’ cholesterol. The liver makes cholesterol. If dietary cholesterol … Continue reading

Weight Loss – A Calorie Restriction Lifestyle Can Lead to Weight Loss and a Healthier Life

The Basics:  What you need to know if a few sentences. Eating less and exercising more is not the answer to looking younger, living longer and being healthier. A Calorie Restriction lifestyle is based on eating fewer calories, but those … Continue reading