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Do You Have An Abusive Relationship With Sugar?

The Standard American Diet (SAD) is saturated with sugar, high omega-6 fatty acids, excessive calories, trans fats, processed and pesticide-laden foods. People who have a simple, carbohydrate-based diet (bread, pasta,…

Women Have More Active Brains Than Men

Women Have More Active Brains Than Men

Largest functional brain imaging study to date identifies specific brain differences between women and men, according to a new report in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. In the largest functional…

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Depression: Is There a Gender Bias?

The experience of anxiety and depression is similar for men and women in many ways. Fifty percent of those who experience an episode of anxiety and depression will have another…

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Bipolar Disorder: How Many Types Are There?

Bipolar Spectrum Disorder (BSD), previously known as manic-depressive illness, is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out day-to-day tasks. These…

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3 Ways To Kick Your Sugar Habit For Good

Among the many dangers inherent in the Standard American Diet (SAD), is the prevalence of sugary mega-drinks. Often referred to as “liquid candy,” these high-calorie beverages are readily available at…

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The French Secret to Healing ADHD Without Medication

Outside of Amen Clinics, stimulant medications are the mainstream treatment for children and adults with ADHD. In fact, the U.S. is the #1 prescriber of stimulant medications, representing 80 –…

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Is Lack of Sleep Killing You?

“I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” Sadly, that joking remark has become the motto of many overachievers in our society. The list of reasons why we pass up a good night’s…

Muhammad Ali: The Fight He Could Not Win

Muhammad Ali died one year ago on June 3, 2016. He was “The Greatest.” He told us so himself. And Sports Illustrated named him the greatest athlete of the 20th…

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Yes, You Can Change Your Brain. Here’s How.

Tom Ferry was desperate to get better. He felt like his mind was slipping. He started having trouble remembering names and places. At first, he thought it was normal. But…