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by Caroline on May 4th 2015

Resveratrol is a “polyphenol” found in the skin of dark grapes that is produced naturally when the plant is under attack by pathogens such as bacteria or fungi. Polyphenols are often associated with compounds that are antioxidants. This is because they can...

by Caroline on Feb 28th 2014

More than eight years ago I became familiar with a neurologist by the name of  Dr. David Perlmutter when I asked a friend how her husband was doing with Parkinsons (In the picture on the right) she told me he was doing very well. He had Parkinson’s for...

by Caroline on Aug 17th 2013

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by Caroline on May 1st 2013

 I wanted to share with you an experience of Jaima ( a fellow blogger)who found herself allergic to many skin care lines…she shares her story and her pictures below: We often forget how wonderful a skin care product is until we run out- Jaima shows what...

by Caroline on Feb 8th 2013

Concerned about keeping your muscle? Most of us are. The more muscle you have the more effective you are in burning calories. And of course the more muscle you have the better we look. No I am not talking about the body builders who look a bit distorted with...

by Caroline on Jul 18th 2012

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by Caroline on May 9th 2012

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by Caroline on May 3rd 2012

The food you eat and everything else put in your body will become the building blocks of the cells. Recent research shows that even microscopic deficiencies of the essential vitamins and other nutrients can cause cell damage. Ongoing cell damage can lead to cancer...

by Caroline on Apr 12th 2012

Dr. Duane Graveline, M.D.  and a former astronaut, and an aerospace medical research scientist wrote a book entitled, Lipator-Thief of Memory. He has written a book about his experience with taking Lipitor. Dr. Graveline was an astronaut. He had elevated cholesterol...

by Caroline on Mar 14th 2012

Loss of muscle mass, or sarcopenia as it is known in the medical world, is a       significant problem for older adults. Simply put, we become less able to synthesize muscle protein as we age. Adults over the age of 50 require a higher protein intake in...

by Caroline on Feb 3rd 2012

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by Caroline on Dec 22nd 2011

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by Caroline on Nov 13th 2011

by Dr. Steve Chaney Many of you may have heard about the latest resveratrol clinical study (Timmers et al., Cell Metabolism, 14: 612-622, 2011) widely publicized in places like The Wall Street Journal, the Huffington Post and your local newspapers. Let me start...

by Caroline on Mar 24th 2011

I was just reading an article on a website I visit periodically. And the article was about was about a study done at University of Basque Country. Evidently they have been trying to figure out why French Women don’t get Fat. And of course it may be that they...

by Caroline on Mar 22nd 2011

Researchers have known that inflammation in the body produces many negative side effects that go along with aging and disease. And much inflammation can be caused by a high fat diet.  But what would happen to the body’s response to this high fat meal when...

by Caroline on Jan 11th 2011

Well obviously you would do best to avoid the junk food breakfast all together. But I wanted to share an interesting study that Shaklee did. The study had two groups eat sausage, fried potatoes, croissants, eggs…and of course scientist knows that this...

by Caroline on Jul 25th 2010

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by Caroline on Jul 9th 2010

Mitochondrial DNA Damage as a Potential Mechanism for Age-related Macular Degeneration New study shows that the progression of Age-Related Macular Degeneration may be connected to ongoing damage to mitochondia in the retinal cells. Editor’s Note: Mitochondria...

by Caroline on Jun 25th 2010

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition article High doses of resveratrol may improve blood flow in the brain and potentially boost brain health. That’s what a new study from the United Kingdom concludes. A single dose of 250 mg or 500 mg of resveratrol was found...

by Caroline on May 31st 2010

Did you know that Atherosclerosis is reversible? I bet your doctor has not mentioned that to you the last time you saw him for a check up. However, a recent editorial about resveratrol that appeared in the recent issue of the prestigious New England Journal of...

by Caroline on May 29th 2010

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by Caroline on May 18th 2010

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by Caroline on Feb 15th 2010

This testimony on Enfuselle came across my desk. Liz Sue shares here experience with Enfuselle. One interesting comment was that she was standing in line with a machine evaluating skin…and she was shocked.  Enjoy Liz’s story. PS Don’t forget...