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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 […]




Pre-Diabetes, Prevention and You

I just read an article about how most doctors miss the opportunity to treat pre-diabetics. With the abundance of information available to people today about common health issues, and how doctors are forced into the insurance model of healthcare delivery, I don’t think all the blame should be put on the doorstep of the average […]




How to Stop Cardiovascular Disease

Heart disease is still the primary cause of death and disability, and today it is largely preventable. “Largely preventable” means that lifestyle choices play a major factor. It can be difficult to effect lasting lifestyle changes, though – I would encourage you to check our recent blog on akrasia to learn more about why people […]