Can Fasting Help Fend Off Parkinson’s Disease?

Let’s start with three facts: Parkinson’s is a disease with no known cure. Certain drugs may help control symptoms – but they may have side effects. Parkinson’s researchers and patients are on the lookout for non-medicated remedies. With this in mind, let’s review how...

A Closer Look at the Causes of Heart Disease

Each year there are over 17,000,000 deaths worldwide related to heart disease. 80% of heart disease deaths are preventable. The symptoms of heart disease can sneak up on you and you may not even know you are at risk until the damage is done What Causes Heart Disease...

What You Can Do About Dementia

Research based tips on fighting dementia Your doctor’s voice drops to that tone we all save for delivering bad news. “The test results are back and you have dementia.” Questions swirl around your head and you struggle to voice them. How can you fight dementia? What...

How to Protect Your Brain from Sugar Damage

Protect your brain from sugar damage by cutting the toxic white powder from your diet. High blood sugar levels may cause brain damage. When you eat a diet high in simple sugars and carbohydrates you are putting your brain at risk for damage. Chronic high blood sugar...

How to help older adults stave off depression

When taking care of an ageing loved one, most carers focus on the senior’s physical health. However, it’s also important to focus on emotional well-being. Due to shifting brain chemistry, decreased independence, and other factors, seniors have a high risk of...

What is Sundown Syndrome?

Sundown Syndrome is when people with dementia may become more confused, restless or insecure late in the afternoon or early evening. It can be worse after a move or a change in their routine. They may become more demanding, restless, upset, suspicious, disoriented and...