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October 18, 2018

Treating it Before it Starts: New Study Aims to find preventive medication for Alzheimer’s

To this day, Alzheimer’s disease remains one of the most difficult diseases to treat. Although there are a few effective treatments available for mid-level or late-stage patients, there is still no proven drug to halt the disease’s progression during advanced stages.

May 8, 2014

The 3 Fermented Food You Need to Try Before the Year Ends

Ever heard of good bacteria? This year has been all about fermentation or the process of preserving food in a way that enables their natural bacteria to begin breaking down the food’s sugar and starches. This process is said to produce lactic acid which halts the growth of bad bacteria.

May 7, 2014

Lose weight with these 5 Easy Cardio Exercises

The question on which workout works best for weight loss is still an on-going debate. Though it is true that strength workouts are more effective at building lean muscles, recent studies from the University of Copenhagen have found that cardio-focused workouts are more effective at decreasing body fat.