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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...
 
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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 the next 20-30 years as the ... Alzheimer’s & Cholesterol
 
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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...
 
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A recent study in middle-aged mice prone to develop beta-amyloid plaques examined the impact of pomegranate juice concentrate versus plain water on their ability to master a water maze. Beta-amyloid is a protein found in larger amounts in the brains of those with Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The mice given...
 

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  For more than 50 years, heart disease has killed more Americans than any other disease. The #3 killer for the same time period has been strokes. While most strokes are not fatal, most nonfatal strokes destroy part of the brain leading to the loss of cognitive function and/or physical disabilities. We have known for ... Saving Heart and Mind