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Do you know what inflammation is? It’s an important protective, self-healing response that removes harmful substances-including damaged cells, toxins, or an invading organism, such as bacteria, virus or fungus. Ironically, ongoing (chronic) inflammation promotes the development of most diseases. A new study identified foods that can help prevent chronic inflammation.








Are you worried about getting Alzheimer’s or have a family member or sick loved one who has it? Did you know that lifestyle factors greatly affect the progression of cognitive decline, with high-risk behaviors including unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, smoking, and exposure to environmental toxins leading to enhanced oxidative stress and inflammation?


The results of a University of Pennsylvania study, published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease  found that a specific meditation, Kirtan Kriya performed daily for eight weeks increased brain activity in areas important to memory and actually improved their cognitive function in people suffering from memory decline.   Kirtan Kriya (KK), originated in the Kundalini […]


Scientists at the University of Barcelona confirm that a diet rich in polyunsaturated fats, helps boost the creation of stem cells in the brain stem.  Mice fed a diet rich in polyphenols and poly unsaturated fats, have more cell growth in the two portions of the brain where new cells are made, the olfactory bulb […]