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  • Chris Woollams Health Watchicon magazine, cancer, Integrative cancer treatment, magazine, CANCERactive

    Viruses can interact to trigger Alzheimer’s

    Viruses can interact – common viruses, such as Varicella, can trigger the awakening of other viruses, such as those in the Herpes family, which then may cause Alzheimer’s Disease; this is according to a research study by Tuft’s.

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  • Rainbow DietBrain, cells, Healthy, Hippocampus, Mediterranean Diet, exercise, Dr. Sandrine Thuret, Professor, NSCs, Ted Talk,

    You can grow brain cells and be brighter, longer

    Healthy ageing and the production of new neurons in your Hippocampus is linked to exercise, and foods common in the Mediterranean Diet. It has long been thought that you could not grow new nerve or brain cells once you reached a certain age, and that issues such as depression may have led to irreversible damage. None of this now turns…

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  • Health issuesThe Rainbow diet, cancer, treatments, Scientists, University of Southern California, Dr. Valter Longo, Glucose, Insulin, cholesterol, Side-effects, drugs, chemotherapy, Tanya Dorff, Professor, Clinical Medicine, UCS Norris Cancer Center, Oncologist, sugar, IGF-1, Ketogenic Diet

    Fasting boosts the immune system and aids cancer treatments

    Scientists at the University of Southern California led by Dr. Valter Longo have shown that fasting for as little as three days seems capable of regenerating the immune system; it is also known to cut glucose and insulin levels drastically and reduce blood cholesterol, while stopping cancer progression. During any period of fasting the team showed that weakened white cells…

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