Figure 1. B vitamin treatment significantly reduced regional loss of GM. 3D rendering of brain regions in blue-white where B-vitamin treatment significantly reduced GM loss over the 2 year period (P < 0.05 FWE-corrected). All blue/white areas correspond to regions of significant loss in placebo group with elevated Hcy...
 


Jill Weisenberger, MS, RD, CDE is here with some of the latest tips on managing diabetes. Check out her book, Diabetes Weight Loss – Week by Week. So many patients believe that pre-diabetes indicates that a problem might be in their future. Instead, pre-diabetes is the problem. In fact, the problem probably started years before the pre-diabetes ... Pre-Diabetes is Not a Pre-Problem
 


Moderate consumption of alcohol has already been shown to cut the risk of developing heart disease and stroke. Recent evidence has also found that moderate intake of alcohol reduces insulin resistance and may reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. A Dutch study published in the January 2002...
 


Alzheimer’s disease (AD) currently afflicts at least 4 million Americans and is the leading cause of dementia. The incidence of AD increases with age. Unless something is done to prevent the development of this disease, we can expect the number of Americans with AD to double or triple in...
 

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Scientific evidence linking declining mental function with a typical modern diet is increasing. High blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, and high cholesterol levels are all promoted by a modern diet and all appear to speed up the loss of cognitive abilities with age and may contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease. An elevated homocysteine level ... Healthy Diet May Slow Mental Decline