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What does B vitamins and omega-3 have to do with mental illness and brain function? Mental illness has once again been brought to our attention by the recent killing spree a young college student went on in Santa Barbara, CA. We can blame lots of different things on the cause of mental illness. However once […]

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Malnutrition is a major concern for the elderly.   Once we are born, we are all in the aging process. The 2 most critical and difficult periods of the aging process are early childhood and the elderly period. Getting your life started right as a baby and as a child affects the rest of your […]

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Do you have a toxic brain? A toxic brain for the sake of this article is a brain that has been exposed to various toxins in the environment or the food you eat. My last article “Do You Want A Fat Brain?” addressed some of the issues that can cause a shrinking brain. A shrinking […]

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Why would you want a fat brain?   The natural aging process can cause brain atrophy or shrinkage. That is when we find ourselves worrying about brain function.   “Why am I standing here with the refrigerator door open?” “What did I do with my keys?” “Honey, did we forget to mail the car payment?” […]

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Tre-en-en, Heart Palpitations, Running Scared Welcome to this issue of "Living a Healthy Fit Life"     Editor's Note –   This week I have invited Victor Ordu, a doctor in Nigeria, to share his story of how Tre-en-en in the form of Formula IV Plus changed his life of running scared with heart palpitations. […]

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Yes, healthy care giving for an elderly mother with dementia is a common problem as our parents are living longer.  It is an honor and a challenge to take over their care while allowing them to keep their dignity as individuals yet we must recognize when more is too much!    There is much we […]

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  Healthy care giving for an elderly parent with dementia is now a common occurrence as our parents are living longer.  The challenge of needing to take over the health care of an aging, elderly parent is a huge responsibility we are honored to fulfill.  However we do have to learn when more is too […]

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  One of my activities this past Sunday was a visit to my 95 year old mother-in-law in the nursing home where she has been living for close to 3 years.   Dementia had started setting in several years ago and had been progressing very slowly until Mom fell and broke her left hip at age […]

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