A Spoonful of Sugar — Destroys Memory?

In Cognitive Health, Diet and Nutrition by INH Research0 Comments

Memory loss
Keeping your blood sugar under control is beneficial for far more than just waistlines and diabetes prevention, it is also important to help preserve your memory as you age. Yep, that’s right — spiked blood sugar levels actually cause your brain to age prematurely, resulting in more “senior moments” than you’d care to have.

There have been other studies indicating this in the past, but a new study led by Scott A.

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Alternative Remedy Reduces Headaches in 15 Minutes

In All Health Watch, Cognitive Health, Featured Article, General Health by INH Research6 Comments

The first place many of us turn for headache relief is to a bottle of acetaminophen-laced pills. We don’t blame you…it does work. But the problem is that it’s dangerous to take it all the time.

Constant use of acetaminophen can cause liver damage, kidney damage, and even stomach bleeding. That’s why it’s important to find an alternative that works just as good…

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2 Brain Benefits in Just 8 Weeks

In All Health Watch, Alzheimer's and Memory, Cognitive Health, Featured Article by INH Research0 Comments

Sometimes the best new solutions come from already proven remedies. If you’re looking to improve your mental performance, there’s an already beneficial tree bark extract that can help you out.

The new study comes out of Pescara University in Italy. Dr. Gianni Belcaro led the study and he’s published a number of recent studies on this extract.

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