Category Archives: mind & brain

Supplements for Mood Enhancement

n-DRGALLAND-large (4)Dr. Leo Galland, world leader in integrated medicine and creator of PillAdvised, stopped by Mondays with Marlo to discuss important topics trending today in health, including the best products for mood enhancement.

If you’re suffering from depression or know someone who may be, the best supplements Dr. Galland suggests are Omega-3’s.

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Anxiety Can Damage Brain

exercisePeople with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) are at increased risk of converting to Alzheimer’s disease within a few years, but a new study warns the risk is significantly higher if they suffer from anxiety.

Led by researchers at Baycrest Health Sciences’ Rotman Research Institute, the study has shown clearly for the first time that anxiety symptoms in individuals diagnosed with MCI increase the risk of a speedier decline in cognitive functions – independent of depression (another risk marker).
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How Dieting and Supplements Affect the Brain

IMG_0243_副本Dr. Leo Galland, world leader in integrated medicine and creator of PillAdvised, stopped by Mondays with Marlo to discuss important topics trending today in health, including dieting, supplements, and how they affect the brain.

Dr. Galland says that the brain needs the most energy out of any part of the body.

He suggests what’s good for your heart for the most part is good for your brain and to remember to most importantly use food as fuel to support brain activity.

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Top 5 Benefits of Marine Omega-3s

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by Christopher Oswald

Humans have between 60 and 100 trillion cells in their bodies, all of which have cell membranes with a lipid bilayer. Maintaining a healthy fatty acid balance within the membrane supports healthy biochemistry throughout the body.*

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Air Pollution Bad for Kids’ Brains

trafficA small imaging study suggests prenatal exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), the toxic air pollution caused in part by vehicle emissions, coal burning and smoking, may be bad for children’s brains and may contribute to slower processing speeds and behavioral problems, including attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder (ADHD) symptoms, according to an article published online by JAMA Psychiatry. Continue reading