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SLEEP IS A CORNERSTONE OF BRAIN HEALTH & ENERGY
Create a sleep plan to ensure you're getting the quantity and quality of sleep you need for optimal health. Enlist the help of supplements, herbs, spices and lifestyle changes as necessary in order to achieve the sleep your body craves for optimal health. Lack of sleep can affect your long-term brain health, energy, weight control, hormones and mood.
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A study from the University of California, Berkeley, shows that not only does loss of sleep trigger the nibbles, it also steers your brain in the direction of poor food choices. The researchers recruited 23 adults to participate in their study. The first time the participants came to the research lab they slept for about…Read More
Instead of popping a pill for joint aches, consider drinking tart cherry juice. A study reported that the tangy fruit has the “highest anti-inflammatory content of any food,” and may help arthritis sufferers manage their disease. The scientists reported that when women with inflammatory osteoarthritis sipped tart cherry juice twice daily for three weeks, their…Read More
Amazing, but true: Getting enough magnesium could actually save your life. The Harvard Nurses’ Health Study once reported that women with the highest levels of magnesium in their blood plasma had a 77 percent lower risk for sudden cardiac death or fatal heart arrhythmias, compared to women with the lowest levels, even with other cardiac…Read More
As I report in my food blog, an intriguing study by University of Pennsylvania researchers has pinpointed specific nutrients that are key to optimal sleep. One surprising finding was that people with the healthiest sleep pattern (averaging 7 to 8 hours per night) consumed more vitamin C than those who got the least sleep (less…Read More
What you eat can play a surprisingly big role in how well you sleep, according to a study by the Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania. The study was the first to link specific nutrients to short or long sleep duration—and also found that people who consume a large variety of foods had the…Read More