Natural Compound in Basil Found to Protect Against Alzheimer’s Disease

Scientists work daily to find methods to disrupt pathways that create disease. For example, Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has several pathways – genetics, inflammation, oxidative stress, protein structural issues, excitotoxicity, and probably a few more less known. I have written over … Continue reading

How Does Gluten Affect Brain Health in Healthy People?

Is wheat a cause of brain fog? Many people think so. Gluten sensitivity is probably the cause. Yet, an article today states that gluten is not a cause based on a study they did. Gluten https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/ditch-the-gluten-improve-your-health. Gluten is a protein … Continue reading

Your Second Brain May Trigger Dementia in Your First Brain

Everyone knows they have a brain inside their skull. What most people are not aware of is that you have a second brain – your gut. Ever get the feeling that you are hungry? It comes from your enteric nervous … Continue reading

Improve and Maintain Brain Health by Controlling These 7 Things

What is the worst thing that can happen to you? My father used to think it was dying. I think being dependent upon someone to change your diaper for the last ten years of your life is worse. Opinions abound. … Continue reading

Treat Your Second Brain Better to Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s

Health scientists have known for years that our gut is our second brain. There is an intricate connection between the gut and the brain. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/wellness-and-prevention/the-brain-gut-connection Dementia Causes It seems that when not if we grow older our risk of developing … Continue reading

Feed Your Head!

Grace Slick wrote the song, White Rabbit, in the mid-60’s. It is based on the 1865 book, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its 1871 sequel Through the Looking-Glass. The song became a major hit for the Jefferson Airplane in 1967. … Continue reading

The Worst Food is Not What You Think

I’ve been asked at various speaking events what I thought the worst thing (nutrient/food) we could eat. I don’t hesitate to answer this question at all. Most nutritionists tell us that sugar, especially refined sugar, is the worst nutritional substance … Continue reading

Most People Don’t Realize That They Have Two Brains

There is a strong connection between your gut (intestinal tract) and your brain. Recent studies support the brain-gut relationship. What you feed your gut feeds your brain (and the rest of your body). Food delivers key nutrients to every part … Continue reading

What is Your Gut Telling You?

Data is coming to the forefront on the relationship between the gut and the brain. Our gut contains about 80 percent of our immune system. It is also responsible for extracting the nutrients needed daily to make and keep us … Continue reading