Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just gave the ' Breakthrough Device Designation 'for a blood test to screen for the risk of Alzheimer. (C2N Diagnostics) Background: Amyloid is a 'starch like' protein that can deposit and accumulate in our bodies, it is not good. Upon autopsies, the brains … [Read more...] about Blood Test For Alzheimer?
According to The Lancet Public Health, your odds of dying are higher if you switch carbohydrates for animal-derived fat or protein but longevity odds increased with the switch to plant-based protein. Those who get 50-55% of their daily energy from carbohydrate saw a low risk of mortality. A … [Read more...] about Carbohydrate Intake and Mortality
Many of us enjoyed raising a glass of wine and or spirits during the holidays. Perhaps you do not customarily in vibe to that degree? Wither you overdid it or not with the alcohol I recommend that we all take to heart the recent study that shows taking a break from alcohol even just a month has … [Read more...] about No Alcohol for One Month – See Huge Benefits
The American Heart Association (AHA) has updated the 2008 exercise guidelines for all ages. The 2nd Ed. is plump full of info but most importantly it emphasizes 'just move'. Listen Up to Doc Handal's new podcast. … [Read more...] about New National Exercise Recommendations
I came across this in the National Law Review (January 21, 2019) issue and want to share. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals is set to decide whether obesity is an impairment in and of itself under the ADAAA. The American Disability Act Amendments Act of 2008. As it stands now courts federal and … [Read more...] about Court To Decide If Obesity Is Impairment