Tag: dementia

Vitamin D vs Disease (HD) (CC)

Like. Share. Subscribe. [music] [music] Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin our bodies require for good physical and mental health. And while vitamin D is most famous for its bone building benefits, it is also one of nature’s greatest interventions against many common chronic diseases. These include diabetes, high blood pressure, dementia, and even cancer.…

By Ewald Bahringer December 10, 2019 0

Glycotoxins

“Glycotoxins” Advanced glycation end products; AGEs, appropriately acronymed, as they are considered gerontotoxins— geronto as in gerontology. These are aging toxins, thought to accelerate the aging process, the multisystem decline in anatomic integrity and function. AGEs crosslink proteins together, causing tissue stiffness, oxidative stress, and inflammation. In the brain, they may contribute to dementia; in…

By Ewald Bahringer September 30, 2019 0

Alzheimer’s and Atherosclerosis of the Brain

“Alzheimer’s and Atherosclerosis of the Brain” In 1901, Auguste was taken to an insane asylum in Frankfurt Germany by her husband. She was described as a delusional, forgetful, disoriented woman who “could not carry out her homemaking duties.” She was seen by a Dr. Alzheimer, and was to become the case that made his a…

By Ewald Bahringer September 26, 2019 0

Vitamin Supplements Worth Taking

“Vitamin Supplements Worth Taking” In terms of longevity, there’s one last supplement to consider: Vitamin D. Who votes shorter life? Who votes the same life expectancy? Longer life? Vitamin D seems to be the only supplement that can actually make us live longer. Before we start the next round, I want to note the two…

By Ewald Bahringer September 16, 2019 61

Is There Too Much Aluminum in Tea?

“Is There Too Much Aluminum in Tea?” Aluminum is the third most abundant element on Earth, and may not be good for our brain— something we learned studying foundry workers exposed to high levels. Though the role of aluminum in the development of brain diseases like Alzheimer’s is controversial, to be prudent, steps should probably…

By Ewald Bahringer September 11, 2019 25