Archive Monthly Archives: July 2014

Testosterone therapy associated with vastly lower rate of heart attack and stroke

Testosterone Therapy Is Not Associated with Increased Cardiovascular Risk in Study Registry. I can’t copy and paste, so you’ll have to go read it there, but T therapy was associated with an

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Vitamin D may elevate klotho

Vitamin D Sufficiency Status May Effect Circulating Levels of the Anti-Aging Protein Klotho Purpose: Vitamin D insufficiency, serum 25(OH)D ≤ 33 ng/mL, is associated with increased disease risk

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What do you want to see?

I started this blog as an outlet for my searching through PubMed and similar places for interesting information on health and fitness, mainly with an emphasis on actionable info, for instance what supplements

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More on IQ and omega-3 fats

Can omega-3 fats increase IQ? The answer must be tentative, but the brain responds to the dietary omega-6/3 ratio: Gene expression and molecular composition of phospholipids in rat brain in relation to

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Is the Japanese IQ advantage due to nutrition?

I’ve contended for some time that the Japanese IQ advantage over those of European stock may well be due to nutrition, notably the provision in the diet of more omega-3 fatty acids. See, for example,

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Antioxidant combination prevents memory and learning deficits

Combination of N-acetylcysteine, α-lipoic acid and α-tocopherol substantially prevents the brain synaptosomal alterations and memory and learning deficits of aged rats Highlights • Brain aging

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Vitamin C improves physical activity levels, reduces incidence and duration of common cold

Vitamin C Supplementation Slightly Improves Physical Activity Levels and Reduces Cold Incidence in Men with Marginal Vitamin C Status: A Randomized Controlled Trial The early indications of vitamin C deficiency

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