Brain Power Anyone?

Is there a single nutrient that is known to boost brain power? The answer is yes, and it is CoQ10. Research shows that CoQ10 boosts cellular energy in the brain, helping the brain to work better. Evidence shows it even helps to slow the progression of brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

CoQ10 is natural to the body and is used to help create energy in your cells. Unfortunately, CoQ10 becomes depleted with age, especially if you have health issues that use up extra amounts, as in the case of brain diseases. Studies have found that the majority …

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The Keys to Good Health

Diet and lifestyle are everything. You are what you eat!  Every cell in your body is made out of the food you have consumed.  If you eat junk, your body will be made of junk.  If you build your house out of junk, it will blow away in the first big storm. Your body is no different.  It must be built of high-quality building materials, and this is impossible to do if you consume the standard American diet, which has been proven to be incapable of supporting healthy life—even in rats.

Fresh, organic plant foods are what we should be …

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Stop Aging Now – Accelerated aging is a mistake

Aging is a mistake! Americans are accelerating the aging process, causing unnecessary disease and disability. The body is a self-repairing system. Aging is caused when we don’t keep up with the repairs and we accumulate repair deficits. The same thing happens with your car. If you don’t keep up with the maintenance, it ends up in a junk yard. If you don’t keep up with your daily repairs, you end up in a nursing home, unable to care for yourself.

The big problem today is that our poor diets do not supply all of the repair materials we need to …

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Senile dementia is a big problem – Are you worried?

According to a recent survey, 60 percent of American adults say they are “very worried” or “somewhat worried” about memory loss. They should be worried! There is an increasing prevalence of dementia in our elderly. Beginning at age 65, the risk of developing dementia doubles every 5 years. By age 85 and older, between 25 and 50 percent of people will exhibit symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

Your doctor will tell you this is a normal part of aging. That’s nonsense! Healthy populations that lived to an average age of 120 didn’t even have words in their language to describe such …

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