Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked To Alzheimer's Disease And Vascular Dementia

So I thought that this was very interesting. I have always been taught to eat as much nutricious stuff when I was growing up. I read this article about how Alzheimer's Disease and Vascular Dementia are actually diagnosed to people who have low Vitamin D levels in their body. I think that this is a very important factor that everybody of all ages should consider listening. I advise you to get as much Vitamin D in your body, not just that, but Vitamin C,A, etc! It's all good for you and you know our bodies need it. If you don't believe me click the original article to read about it. here's what they had to say: "To date, the evidence includes observational studies supporting a beneficial role of vitamin D in reducing the risk of diseases linked to dementia such as vascular and metabolic diseases, as well as an understanding of the role of vitamin D in reducing the risk of several mechanisms that lead to dementia."

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Category: Vitamin > Vitamin D
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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Cereal & Milk

Who would have thought that the most important meal of the day is more important than we think? I read about how cereal and milk are actually important factors when it comes to sports. Of course, I do not think that all cereals are considered healthy. I just read that grain cereal is really good for you and for people who play sports. I guess they're doing studies on what really is good for people who play sports, and how it benefits them. It's pretty much common sense if you really think about it. If you guys want to read the article, I'll have the link at the bottom of this post. Here is a little insight on what they wrote: A bowl of whole-grain cereal is as good as a sports drink for recovery after exercise. New research has shown that the readily available and relatively inexpensive breakfast food is as effective as popular, carbohydrate-based "sports drinks."

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Monday, May 18, 2009

Gene Transfer Technology May Lead To HIV Vaccine

I thought that this was a great article for those who aren't affected by HIV. Although HIV/AIDs are fairly common and is spreading throughout the world, I don't know anyone personally who actually has it. Atleast, not that I know of actually. But once again, has informed us about it. A research team may have broken the stubborn impasse that has frustrated the invention of an effective HIV vaccine, by using an approach that bypasses the usual path followed by vaccine developers. By using gene transfer technology that produces molecules that block infection, the scientists protected monkeys from infection by a virus closely related to HIV—the simian immunodeficiency virus, or SIV—that causes AIDS in rhesus monkeys. So let's hope that this works, because we all know that we have been waiting for someone to protect us from this neverending disease.

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Category: Herb > Aloe Vera
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Cigarette Smoke Can Prevent Allergies

I just can't believe this. I am very much an Anti-smoker, and I would never smoke cigarettes to prevent my allergies. This article I found from is about this. And it very much shocked me, but I still can't believe that this sort of thing is possible. I thought that cigarette smoking can kill you. it can. I wouldn't risk my life for curing my allergies. That's ridiculous. says, "A study of mouse mast cells shows that cigarette smoke can prevent allergies by decreasing the reaction of immune cells to allergens." Well in my opinion, that's the mouse. And we'll see how long that poor little mouse lives before the smoke kills its lungs.

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Category: Health Concern > Relax & Sleep
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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Science Daily's Ginseng: Nature's Anti-inflammatory?

Well I'm glad that I found an article on Ginseng. This is a great natural way to be healthy just like green tea. Which is also good for you! haha I think that there are many ways we could make ourselves healthy, and we know what they are, we're just not doing it. I'm really interested on the subject Ginseng, because it is becoming fairly popular in today's society. You guys should come check out some of the ginseng products we have at our online store. "Laboratory experiments have demonstrated the immunological effects of ginseng. Researchers have now shown that the herb, much used in traditional Chinese and other Asian medicine, has anti-inflammatory effects."

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Category: Herb > Ginseng
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Monday, May 11, 2009

Exercising Reduces Falls

I guess you could say that this is right. I mean it makes sense to me. My grandpa is in a convalscent home right now, and he is known for high risk falls. I just don't to think about it. It literally breaks my heart to see how he's getting weak. But I've been reading about how exercising reduces falls. WRONG, well in my grandpa's case that is. My grandpa was very active before he started getting weak. It's just the fact that when my grandmother died, he stopped doing the things he used to do, like build things with his own two hands. He would walk around a lot, now he stays in bed almost all day. Probably 23 hours of a 24 hour a day. It's that sad. I will always believe that he's my superman. (=
If you guys want to read more about it click "original article" at the bottom! It's from my favorite website Here's there summary on the article "Exercise programmes are an effective option for preventing falls among older people living in the community. There is less evidence at present for the effectiveness of other interventions, such as home safety improvements and vitamin D supplements, according to Cochrane Researchers who carried out a systematic review of the available evidence."

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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Weight Loss Competitions Produce Encouraging Results

I always thought that these kinds of competitions are very beneficial. Everyone's a loser. Specifically, they LOSE their weight. AND THAT'S WONDERFUL. (= I'm glad to see that American's are trying to lose weight. As we all know, that this country is the fattest of them all! How embarassing is that. But I learned it had to do with three main reasons: it's heredity, cultural, socioeconomical. That's what I learned in my psychology class at least. Rena Wing,professor of psychiatry and human behavior at the Waren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and her colleagues came to their conclusions after evaluating Shape Up Rhode Island 2007, a statewide Internet-based weight loss competition conceived by Rajiv Kumar, a study co-author and a medical student at the Alpert Medical School.
“We evaluated the results and showed that this is an effective way to reach large numbers of people,” said Wing, the study’s lead author. Wing is director of the Weight Control and Diabetes Research Center at the Miriam Hospital.
Shape Up Rhode Island reduced the percentage of patients in the study who were obese from 39 percent to 31 percent. Researchers found that individuals who increased their activity the most achieved the best weight losses.

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Category: Health Concern > Weight Loss
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Caffeine Reduces Pain During Exercise

Who would have thought? In my case, I'd like to have thought that Caffeine would slow people down. But I guess not. I found this interesting article on (wonderful site I might add). I am starting to get fit now, I've been trying to exercise, so I am trying to be more aware of what I am taking in to my body or whatever. As a former competitive cyclist, University of Illinois kinesiology and community health professor Robert Motl routinely met his teammates at a coffee shop to fuel up on caffeine prior to hitting the pavement on long-distance training rides.
"The notion was that caffeine was helping us train harder … to push ourselves a little harder," he said.
The cyclists didn't know why it helped, they just knew it was effective.
"I think intuitively a lot of people are taking caffeine before a workout and they don't realize the actual benefit they're experiencing. That is, they're experiencing less pain during the workout," Motl said.
He said it's becoming increasingly common for athletes – before competing – to consume a variety of substances that include caffeine, motivated by "the notion that it will help you metabolize fat more readily."

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Monday, May 4, 2009

Earth Still Recovering from a Glacial Hangover

I know I know this isn't really about vitamins! but not to worry I'll still suggest some vitamins down at the bottom of this post. I just thought that this was really interesting. A new explanation for the cause of changes in the chemical makeup of the oceans through recent Earth history is put forward in a paper published in Nature. Scientists from the Universities of Southampton and Bristol suggest that adjustments in ocean chemistry through recent geological time are driven by variations in the intensity of chemical breakdown of continental rocks by rain and ground water. These changes are, in turn, controlled by the profound changes in the Earth's climate, and in particular the Ice Ages, that have occurred over the past 2-3 million years.On very long timescales – longer than hundreds of thousands of years – the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere represents a balance between that emitted as volcanic gases versus that the amount taken up by chemical weathering. The conventional view of the long-term evolution of Earth's climate is that chemical weathering and CO2 act together to thermostatically regulate the Earth's surface temperature. If for some reason atmospheric CO2 increases, the resulting higher temperatures cause greater chemical weathering, which acts to reduce the CO2 concentration of the atmosphere.

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Category: Vitamin > Vitamin K
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Vitamin K is required for the activation of a bone protein that is responsible for bone calcium retention.
Magnesium regulates calcium transport and appears to be required for normal bone growth.