When David Perlmutter MD, FACN, ABIHM, board-certified neurologist and New York Times bestselling author, originally published his book, “Grain Brain: The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar—Your Brain's Silent Killers,” the medical community did not actively embrace the ideas put forward.
Lots of people like to blame their families for every negative aspect of their health or weight as in, “I inherited my mother’s slow metabolism,” or “I’m probably doomed to get diabetes because it runs on my father’s side of the family.”
By age 60, one in three American women have had a hysterectomy. Though hysterectomy is a prevalent and routine surgery, the removal of the uterus before natural menopause might actually be problematic for cognitive processes like memory.
Vitamin C is highly regarded for its health benefits, which range from supporting the immune system and fighting off disease, to supporting healthy tissues and preventing wrinkles.
Selenium and coenzyme Q10 are both necessary for optimal cell function in the body.
Most of us hope to live to see old age, but that doesn’t mean that every aspect of aging is fun.
Most people think that growing old means forgetting more things.
Mental health is a major concern for the young and the old alike. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, geriatric depression occurs in 15 percent of the elderly population.
Do you start your morning off with a cup of coffee or tea?
Older adults who eat at least one serving of leafy greens or salad daily showed slower memory declines