Omega-3 Reduces Alzheimer’s Risk by 65%

Omega-3 Reduces Alzheimer's

A recent study published in the June 2023 issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, evaluated the association between omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids intake, cognitive decline, and dementia. The results gave high evidence that Omega-3 reduces Alzheimer’s risk by up to 65% Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative disorder which is highly prevalent among the … Read more

Aspartame And Cancer

The concern about “Aspartame and Cancer risk”, has always been there, however it gained momentum with the increased use of internet. Aspartame has been controversial ever since its approval in 1981. The World Health Organization’s (WHO) cancer research agency recently classified the commonly used artificial sweetener aspartame as “possibly carcinogenic to humans”, although another UN … Read more

Wound Healing and Diabetes

Wound healing and Diabetes are unfortunately related in an inverse relation. The more the blood sugar levels in diabetes, the worse is the wound healing. The slower healing of wounds can highly increase the risk of developing infections and other complications. Minor cuts, grazes, wounds, scratches, and burns are a normal part of daily life. … Read more

Best Diet For Faster Injury Recovery

Enriching your diet is one of the key factors to fasten up injury recovery. An injury is always accompanied by inflammation. An inflammatory response is a crucial step in the natural healing process, however it presents a big challenge to our immune system. Upon injury, the immune system is stimulated to start a complex series … Read more

How Can I Prevent Alzheimer’s?

There is no sure shot way to prevent yourself from getting Alzheimer’s, but there are certainly some lifestyle changes that lower your chances of developing Alzheimer’s. More than 900,000 Americans are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s dementia every year. Only 5 percent of these cases are an outcome of a genetic form of early-onset-Alzheimer’s, which is of course not preventable. … Read more

Insomnia: Risk Factor for Heart Attack


Insomnia can contribute as a risk factor for heart attack, according to a new research conducted on 1.2 million participants across the globe. According to a​ recent review published in Clinical Cardiology the link between insomnia & the risk of a heart attack was examined. Surprisingly, the review found that people with insomnia were a whopping 69% … Read more

Fructose could drive Alzheimer’s disease


An evolutionary human foraging instinct, which was fueled by fructose production in the brain, may give possible clues to the development and possible treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), according to researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. The study which was published recently in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, offers a new way … Read more

Obesity and Cancer

Obesity And Cancer

Being overweight has always been notoriously known for heart issues and there has been direct link between obesity and risk of heart disease but the research facts tell a story far from that. Obesity and cancer risk are equally interlinked as obesity and heart disease. The cancer risk increases with the increase in weight and … Read more