WHY Sleep is critical for the Body and Brain | Science of Sleep

WHY Sleep is critical for the Body and Brain | Science of Sleep

After reading “The Sleep Revolution,” which is all about the importance of a good night’s sleep… I found it really hard to… fall asleep. Before that I didn’t have much difficulty with it, but after being bombarded with endless statistics and research results illustrating the detriments of inadequate sleep, I became very anxious about how […]

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Dementia is preventable through lifestyle. Start now. | Max Lugavere | TEDxVeniceBeach

Dementia is preventable through lifestyle. Start now. | Max Lugavere | TEDxVeniceBeach

Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Tanya Cushman Hi everybody. I want to begin with a quick little exercise if you will indulge me. I want you all to close your eyes – don’t worry, this is not going to be a meditation – just close your eyes for a few seconds. And I want you to […]

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Dr. Dale Bredesen on Preventing and Reversing Alzheimer’s Disease

Dr. Dale Bredesen on Preventing and Reversing Alzheimer’s Disease

[Rhonda]: Hello everyone. I’m really excited to be sitting here with Dr. Dale Bredesen, who is internationally recognized for his understanding of the mechanisms of neurodegenerative disease, particularly Alzheimer’s disease. He holds faculty positions at University of California Los Angeles and the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. In fact, he was the founding president […]

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Ian Craig on the difference between Banting and Atkins diets.

Ian Craig on the difference between Banting and Atkins diets.

Is there something that you can just summarise the difference between the Atkins diet and the low-carb high-fat banting diet? There is a difference if you read carefully the words of Tim Noakes. They are different in that the banting is more focussed of fats, Atkins was more focussed on protein. But the lay person […]

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