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Brain Health and the Aging Brain

Most of you have a family or friend who had had to deal with senile dementia or had a case of full blown Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). In fact, researchers expect AD to increase significantly within the next 5-10 years, and in some cases, this will be a 50-100% increase depending on the geographical area. Some […]

UCLA Alzheimer’s Study – A Surprising Find

It has been two years since UCLA published a study, that is the only research project to date, that has shown a reversal of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The problem is that the treatment in this study is not a pill that allows you to continue with your favorite habits like normal. However, it requires some […]

GABA, the Pituitary and Exercise

We’ve talked about GABA before. GABA, for the unfamiliar, is the common acronym for the neurotransmitter gamma aminobutyric acid. The molecule does not diffuse across a healthy blood-brain barrier, and it isn’t actively transported across either, so the brain needs to make its own GABA. That means that GABA supplements shouldn’t do much to improve […]