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Vitamin D Decreases Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Vitamin D Decreases Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Published on April 26, 2019 by

We know that Vitamin D plays a role in improving your health through many pathways. But one little known benefit of Vitamin D is that it may help you to keep your thinking hat on as you get older. If one analyzes Vitamin D levels compared to cognition, those with higher levels do better. None

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Vitamin D: Why do You Need High Serum Levels?

Published on February 28, 2019 by

Do you know what your Vitamin D level is? It’s important for your health. Many studies have shown significant health benefits to your body if you have a higher level of Vitamin D. We recommend you maintain a serum level of greater than 50 ng/ml of Vitamin D3 in your blood. Heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease,

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Strong Bones and Healthy Arteries Connection

Published on November 29, 2015 by

You might ask what do strong bones have to do with your arteries’ health. Most people have never heard of the connection but in order for you to have the best of both, you must have the right nutrients in your body. One of the most important, but little known, nutrients for this is Vitamin

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Vitamin D: Health Improving Hormone

Published on March 22, 2015 by

Vitamin D can improve your health in multiple ways. Multiple studies have confirmed that if you can get your blood level of vitamin D in the higher range, you can benefit through a decreased risk of many cancers, less heart disease, less bone problems, and less chance of developing brain deterioration. A recent study found

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Vitamin D: Vital for Recovery from Stroke

Published on March 20, 2015 by

At the recent American Stroke Association Conference in February, 2015, evidence was presented that demonstrated better recovery after a stroke if vitamin D levels were high. This is more evidence to proof that you should make sure your vitamin D levels have been checked and optimized. The study was performed in Massachusetts and colleagues studied

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Osteoporosis Treatment with Silicon

Published on December 14, 2014 by

As we age our bones may degrade and become thin, a process we call osteoporosis. We have all heard or seen the “little old lady” who breaks her hip after a minimal fall, or we have seen them with severely hunched backs. These are all changes that have occurred primarily due to this process of

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Vitamins that Increase Telomere Length

Published on October 15, 2014 by

We have discussed telomeres and how the longer your telomere length, the healthier and potentially the longer you may live. Increasing the action of an enzyme called telomerase can lengthen your telomeres, and eating certain foods and taking certain supplements can stimulate this production. In addition, there are several vitamins, which taken in high doses,

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Vitamin D Reduces the Risk of Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease

Published on October 11, 2014 by

Researchers from the U.K. reported in a recent article in the periodical Neurology[1] that high levels of Vitamin D reduce the risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. This provides more evidence to recommend taking extra vitamin D as an anti-aging (preventive) medicine action. You should get your blood levels over 50 nmol/L. Doing so

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Memory Enhancement; Prevent Cognitive Decline

Published on March 23, 2014 by

One of the most common complaints I hear from patients as they get older is that they can’t remember things like they used to. Some comment that they feel their mind is in a brain fog and they just don’t have that mental spark and acuity as they would like. If you are experiencing these

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Boost Your Brain Power and Memory

Published on December 28, 2013 by

Every day I see patients who say their memory is just not as good as it used to be and they want help to boost their brain power. If you suffer the same problem, there are a number of actions you can do to boost your brain power. First, regular exercise is essential. Multiple studies

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