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Cholesterol ‘Boost’ Stops Alzheimer’s?!

In All Health Watch, General Health by INH Research

Maintaining optimal cholesterol levels is at the top of the list when it comes to the proactive steps you can take for a healthy heart.

But what if I told you that staying on top of your cholesterol can work wonders for other parts of your body…

… Like your BRAIN?

Believe it or not, a new research study has found that ‘boosting’ a specific type of cholesterol can help protect your brain and potentially help fend off Alzheimer’s disease!… Read More

This May Be the Single Healthiest Food for Your Brain

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Cognitive Health, General Health by INH Research

Health experts have told us for years that eating “a healthy diet” can keep your brain strong as you age.

But what exactly does “healthy diet” mean? Does it mean you should be vegan? Or eat all organic foods? Be on a low-carb diet?

The term “healthy diet” is so vague that it’s almost meaningless.

We’d like to know exactly which foods promote mental sharpness and protect against dementia.… Read More

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Alzheimer’s Attacks Your Brain at Night, Study Finds

In All Health Watch, Alzheimer's and Memory, General Health by INH Research

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the greatest failures of mainstream medicine. An estimated 5.7 million Americans suffer from it. And by 2050 that number is expected to more than double.[1]

But conventional doctors don’t have a clue about how to treat the disease…or even what causes it.

Now, researchers have discovered that poor sleep may be a major contributor to Alzheimer’s.… Read More

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Wearing a Tie Does This to Your Brain

In All Health Watch, Cognitive Health, Men's Health by INH Research

Clothes may make the man…but wearing a necktie can hurt your brain. 

That’s the surprising conclusion a high-quality study performed in Germany. It found that wearing a tie reduces blood flow to the brain. This, in turn, may raise the risk of a stroke and lowers cognitive function.  

For the study, researchers at University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein recruited 30 healthy men. They had half the men wear a traditional necktie.Read More