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Study suggests higher levels of omega-3 in diet are associated with better sleep



- The researchers explored whether 16 weeks of daily 600 mg supplements of algal sources would improve the sleep of 362 children. 919 more words
Missed - Medical Breakthroughs

E. M. Lores, Ph.D. reblogged this on Oil-Change Diet and commented:

Omega-3 (DHA) helps kids go to sleep and sleep longer.

. . . . . buzzing nests

I visited Joe Seeber’s blog today, out of courtesy, he follows me apparently.
It is a classic, the comment I left got so long it turned into this blog, … 317 more words


Flax on! - Flax off! (I bet Mr. Miyagi was wise enough to eat Flax seeds)

For several years, Flax seeds have been a staple ingredient in my diet.  For some, flax plays a supporting role to the superstars like salads, soups and smoothies of a meal. 608 more words

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Medium Chain Triglycerides like Coconut Oil can improve function in Alzheimer's patients.

When I attended the lecture on the ketogenic diet by Dr D’Agostino he mentioned that medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) could reduce the symptoms in Alzheimer’s. Coconut oil is one of the few sources of MCTs available in our diet. 70 more words

A Brain is a Beautiful Thing

By Patty Hagen

When it comes to reversing memory decline and rejuvenating your brain, take heart! There’s hope for us, regardless of age. That’s the central message of a “Remember This” seminar recently held at Charles E. 321 more words

Moderate drinking protects against Alzheimer’s and cognitive impairment

Public Release: 15-Aug-2011

Researchers review 143 studies

MAYWOOD, Ill. — Moderate social drinking significantly reduces the risk of dementia and cognitive impairment, according to an analysis of 143 studies by Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine researchers.

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E. M. Lores, Ph.D. reblogged this on Oil-Change Diet and commented:

There are studies that show reduced incidence of at least 4 major diseases associated with moderate drinking; Alzheimer's, diabetes, heart disease and some cancers. Studies suggest that moderate drinking, 1 to 2 drinks a day, reduces each of by 30 % or more, if a drug could do that with even one of these diseases, it would be a blockbuster!