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High Homocysteine Levels Linked to Frailty and Early Death in Men
Jun 17, 2017 in Men's Health    
I’ve pretty much mastered my fear of public speaking.  It took long enough.  Of my remaining fears, two loom large:  becoming frail and dying early.  It turns out that each of these is associated with elevated levels of homocysteine. 
I recently re-remembered th [...]

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PEA - Your Brain's Natural Stimulant for Higher Performance and Increased Longevity
PEA (beta-phenylethylamine) PEA is a naturally occurring brain chemical that has the potential to:

Extend life span
Improve performance
Create a sense of well-being
Renew youthful levels of physical functioning

How can a single trace amino-acid neur [...]

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5 Reasons You Should Have Your Neurotransmitter Levels Measured
Mar 8, 2017 in Neurotransmitters    
Neurotransmitter levels can now be determined by a simple and convenient urine test collected at home. Knowing your neurotransmitter levels can help you correct an imbalance today or prevent problems from occurring in the future.
What are Neurotransmitters?
It would be hard to overstat [...]

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Dr. Dave To Be Featured In The New Addiction Recovery Revolution Summit:  Sign Up and Listen For Free!
Mar 1, 2017 in Addictions    
We see patients in our practice on a daily basis that hav been struggling for years with addiction (alcohol, drugs, food, internet, sex) issues. Often they have have been in numerous rehab facilities, had years of counseling, faithfully attended recovery meetings and yet continue to relapse. This is [...]

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Women Experience Cognitive Decline As Early As Midlife
Feb 26, 2017 in Cognition    
Although declines in cognition commonly occur as we age, past research on the deterioration of cognitive abilities in middle-aged adults has been inconclusive. That is why findings from a new long-term study of cognitive decline in females proved to be so interesting, ... and alarming:   < [...]

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Protect Your Brain Now With Our Core Cognitive Cocktail
Feb 7, 2017 in Memory    
Core Cognitive Cocktail:  FolaNAC
The contemporary scientific view of cognitive health is  that early memory loss is associated with loss of brain cells - neurons and glial cells ("Early Memory Loss Is Associated With Loss of Brain Cells").  Moreover, recent research has shown [...]

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Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Associated with Vitamin D Deficiency
Jan 16, 2017 in Autism Spectrum Disorders    
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a life-long disabling condition characterized by pervasive deficits in social interaction, impairments in verbal communication, restricted and repetitive behavior/activities/interests, and sensory issues. Often associated with gastrointestinal problems, it is usuall [...]

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Nutritional Supplements Can Help Treat Common Psychiatric Symptoms
Jan 5, 2017 in supplements    
A recent online article from PsychiatryAdvisor, “How Nutritional Interventions Can Help Improve Mental Illness,” reminds me just why I so often recommend dietary modification and nutritional supplements to my patients with mood and anxiety disorders.  The article, written by Tori Ro [...]

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Nrf2 Pathway Activator Lowers Inflammation, Supports Natural Detoxification, and Provides Robust Antioxidant Clout
Dec 30, 2016 in Cognition    
Core Cognitive Cocktail:  Nrf2 Pathway Activator
 
Age- and life-related decline in memory, cognition, and other mental processes are a major health concern in all developed countries.  In the absence of effective prevention and treatment, the prospects for the future ar [...]

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Frazzled, Fried, and Frenzied:  The Ins and Outs of Anxiety
Dec 3, 2016 in Anxiety Disorders    
Anxiety Disorders:  The Numbers
Research from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) indicates that anxiety disorders –  persistent and overwhelming worry and fear about many areas of life – have become increasingly prevalent and are now the most common form of m [...]

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