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Can Turmeric Help with Alzheimer's?

Michael Greger MD | April 14, 2016 | Health

Read More: alternative medicine, Alzheimer's disease, brain disease, brain health, cognition, complementary medicine, curcumin, dementia, depression, mental health, mood, patent, spices, supermarkets, supplements, turmeric

The spice turmeric may help prevent Alzheimer's disease (See Preventing Alzheimer's with Turmeric), but what about treating Alzheimer's disease with turmeric? An exciting case series was published in 2012 (highlighted in my video, Treating Alzheimer's with Turmeric): three Alzheimer's......

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Why Don't More Doctors Practice Prevention?

Michael Greger MD | March 17, 2016 | Health

Read More: alternative medicine, athletes, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cholesterol, complementary medicine, depression, fiber, Framingham Heart Study, fruit, heart disease, heart health, LDL cholesterol, Lifestyle medicine, mood, nuts, plant-based diets, statins, vegans, vegetarians

Why don't more doctors practice preventive cardiology? Time availability is a reason frequently cited by physicians, but if you probe a little deeper, the number one reason given was their perception that patients fear being deprived of all the......

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Gluten Sensitivity Put to the Test

Michael Greger MD | February 18, 2016 | Health

Read More: allergies, asthma, bagels, bread, celiac disease, dairy, depression, diarrhea, eggs, FODMAPs, food sensitivities, fructans, gluten, grains, industry influence, irritable bowel syndrome, mental health, migraines, milk, mood, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, pasta, stomach ulcers, ulcerative colitis, United Kingdom, wheat

In 1980, researchers in England reported a series of women with no evidence of celiac disease (the autoimmune disorder associated with gluten intolerance), who nevertheless resolved their chronic diarrhea on a gluten-free diet. The medical profession was skeptical at......

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Coffee for Hepatitis C

Michael Greger MD | December 10, 2015 | Health

Read More: addiction, alcohol, caffeine, coffee, DNA damage, Europe, fatigue, fatty liver disease, headaches, hepatitis, liver cancer, liver disease, liver health, liver inflammation, mood, mortality, Norway, obesity

Decades ago, researchers in Norway came upon an unexpected finding. Alcohol consumption was associated with liver inflammation (no surprise), but a protective association was found for coffee consumption. These findings were replicated in the U.S. and around the world.......

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Living Longer by Reducing Leucine Intake

Michael Greger MD | June 16, 2015 | Health

Read More: Adventist Health Studies, aging, animal products, animal protein, apples, beans, cabbage, California, caloric restriction, chicken, China Study, cholesterol, dairy, Dr. T. Colin Campbell, eggs, enzymes, fish, fruit, grains, IGF-1, Japan, LDL cholesterol, leucine, lifespan, longevity, meat, mood, mortality, plant protein, plant-based diets, poultry, protein, rapamycin, side effects, standard American diet, TOR, turkey, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians

Many studies have shown that calorie restriction, without malnutrition, can increase lifespan and lower the risk of age-related diseases, such as cancer. However, for many people, calorie restriction clearly has its drawbacks. In the classic Minnesota Starvation Study, many......

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Exploiting Autophagy to Live Longer

Michael Greger MD | June 11, 2015 | Health

Read More: aging, autophagy, blood pressure, bone health, caloric restriction, calories, depression, Easter Island, elderly, enzymes, evolution, infertility, lifespan, longevity, mitochondria, mood, morbidity, mortality, muscle strength, oxidative stress, rapamycin, reproductive health, sexual health, TOR, wound healing

Thanks to advances in modern medicine, we are living longer lives, but we're doing it by lengthening the morbidity phase. In other words, we live longer, but sicker, lives (see my video: Americans Are Live Longer, but Sicker Lives).......

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Why Athletes Should Eat Nutritional Yeast

Michael Greger MD | September 2, 2014 | Health

Read More: aging, children, cognition, common cold, exercise, fatigue, fiber, immune function, mood, nutritional yeast, respiratory infections, stress, yeast

Does powering up at the gym also power up our immune system? Research has shown that moderate exercise improves immunity and decreases illness rates. According to an article in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, "the most important finding......

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Can We Fight the Blues With Greens?

Michael Greger MD | March 27, 2014 | Health

Read More: alternative medicine, amphetamines, aneurism, animal products, apples, arachidonic acid, berries, brain disease, brain health, cheese effect, chicken, cinnamon, cloves, cocaine, complementary medicine, depression, dopamine, ecstacy, eggs, fruit, grapes, green tea, inflammation, kale, lung cancer, lung health, MAO Inhibitors, medications, mental health, mood, nutmeg, onions, oregano, phytonutrients, plant-based diets, Prozac, serotonin, side effects, smoking, spices, tobacco, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians

                Why does frequent consumption of vegetables appear to cut one’s odds of depression by more than half? And "frequent" was defined as eating vegetables not 3 or more times a day, but......

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Treating Migraines With Lavender

Michael Greger MD | January 21, 2014 | Health

Read More: anesthetic, anxiety, aromatherapy, aspartame, headaches, Ibuprofen, Imitrex, lavender, lavender essential oil, mental health, mental illness, migraine headaches, migraines, mood, pain, pain management, parasites, pregnancy, saffron, Tylenol

                Lavender has been studied recently for several purposes, including treatment of mood and anxiety disorders (see, for example, the video I profiled in my last post, Lavender for Generalized Anxiety Disorder). Though......

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How Probiotics Affect Mental Health

Michael Greger MD | January 7, 2014 | Health

Read More: anger, anxiety, bacteria, bowel movements, colectomy, colon, constipation, depression, emotional health, enteric nervous system, enteric neuroscience, fecal transplant, fibromyalgia, gut dysfunction, gut flora, intestinal flora, intestinal putrefaction, lobotomy, mastectomy, mental health, mental illness, mood, plant-based diet, probiotics, psychiatric illness, Thorazine, vegan, vegetarian

                  Before Thorazine was invented in 1950, mental illness was often treated surgically. In fact, in 1949 the inventor of the lobotomy was awarded the Nobel Prize. Before tens of thousands were......