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How to Balance Your Blood Sugar
Blood glucose imbalance is a key contributor to Glycotoxic Alzheimer’s disease (Subtype 1.5). Here we review natural ways to re-establish blood sugar homeostasis.
The Link Between Gluten and Cognitive Function
Gluten free diets are highly controversial. If you have Alzheimer’s disease, should you be on a gluten free diet?
Tempeh Taco Bowl
This zesty meal includes all of the colorful components of a vegetable rich taco bowl, while still supporting mild ketosis.
Holistic Approaches to Fighting Fatigue
An imbalance in the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal can cause intense fatigue. These nutrition and lifestyle factors can help you rebalance the system and fight fatigue.
Wild-Caught vs. Sustainably Farmed Fish
Fish is a great source of protein and fatty acids; however, it can be difficult to make a health-conscious decision given all the options on the market.
The Healthiest Oils for Cooking
Oils can either contribute to disease and inflammation or provide important fats and nutrients to prevent chronic illness. Make sure that you are utilizing an oil that is contributing to your good health.
Lessons From The Blue Zones
Individuals living in the Blue Zones practice diet and lifestyle habits that have big implications for their health. They live longer, healthier lives that stand out in sharp contrast to the rest of the world.
Research Suggests Black Tea Inhibits COVID-19
Preliminary research shows that drinking black tea may help inhibit the COVID-19 virus maturation and progression.
The Link Between Diabetes and Alzheimer’s Disease
Diabetes pathophysiology is thought to contribute to a subset of Alzheimer’s disease known as Glycotoxic Alzheimer’s.
The Emotional Burden of Dementia & The Benefits of Community
Alzheimer’s disease takes a massive emotional toll on both the individual suffering from the diagnosis and on their loved ones. Having the support of the community can help.
How to Naturally Support Your Immune System
A primary way that you can support your immune system is to consume foods and beverages rich in the nutrients that your immune system needs to thrive.