Alcohol: the bad news followed by the surprisingly good news

The demon drink poses a devil of a conundrum. Good doc says alcohol is medicine, and a shot of brandy or whisky will calm nerves, alleviate shock and provide a tonic when under the weather. Self-medication seems a responsible approach. Bad doc says alcohol is poison and causes disease and even death. Temperance is the truth and the way.

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Alzheimer’s disease and the sugar connection

Alzheimer’s and diabetes are so closely linked that researchers now refer to Alzheimer’s as type 3 diabetes. Here’s how to reduce your risk of both.

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The link between diet and depression: 5 important facts

Although diet plays a crucial role in the normal functioning of the brain, it is often overlooked as a major cause of depression, despite all the evidence. This article describes how certain nutrient deficiencies can lead to depression. Find out how to ensure you are eating the right foods for a healthy brain.

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Winning at Weight Loss, Part 2: Lose Fat Through Insulin Control

Insulin may be an essential hormone, but produce too much and you risk putting on more weight. Nothing stimulates insulin quite like carbohydrate consumption. Carbohydrates are broken down to sugar (glucose), and any extra sugar in the blood is converted into fat. Your goal, therefore, is to limit insulin production.

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