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Appetite stimulants by Dr. William D. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:23am Ever have days when you just can't seem to get enough to eat, your stomach gnawing just a hour after a meal? We all get them, some more than others. Other days, you can be content with a few simple foods and hunger is subdued, temptation easy to control. Why such contrasts on different days? A major part of the reason can be ... Read on »
Brain Plays A Part In Appetite by Regulating Free Radicals by Michael S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 04 Aug 2008 8:01pm Research at Yale School of Medicine has shown that brain’s appetite center uses fat for fuel by involving oxygen free radicals, which suggests that antioxidants could play a part in weight control. Free radicals are molecules with unpaired electrons, and are therefore usually highly reactive.  They are associated with aging and neurodegenerati ... Read on »
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Appetite Control Patch - Suzanne Somers Recommends SP6 Complete by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 20 Jan 2011 1:13am I'm always on the lookout for alternative products for health. Rarely have I found any product for weight loss that is not real food based. Until now... I've been using the LifeWave drug-free patches for energy and anti-aging for five months. I've had surprising results, as have friends and relatives that have tried the pain patc ... Read on »
Appetite Stimulant for Your Child? by Angeline Patient Expert Posted Fri 06 Jan 2012 3:18am Appetite Booster Yes, I admit, I have not been happy with the rate Keatkeat’s body is growing. Its just not fast enough! Classmates who used to be his height last year or the year before last are already taller than him now. Whereas at home, the height difference between him and his younger brother, with the age difference of 18 months, i ... Read on »
Appetite-stimulating hormone is ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 12 Jun 2009 10:30pm Appetite-stimulating hormone is first potential medical treatment for frailty in older women Penn Medicine endocrinologists to present study results at ENDO 2009 PHILADELPHIA, 13 june 2009-– Older women suffering from clinical frailty stand to benefit from the first potential medical treatment for the condition, according to a study present ... Read on »
Even bon appetit says it’s good to be gluten free! by betsymetcalf Posted Thu 01 Sep 2011 7:16am The September issue of Bon Appetit has a “Good Health” article entitled “Gluten-Free for All.”  The article discusses the notion that more and more people are realizing that following a gluten-free diet makes everyone feel better, not just those of us with celiac disease or a diagnosed gluten allergy. I’ve been saying this since I went glu ... Read on »
Ghrelin, an appetite stimulating hormone, might be useful in treating frailty in older women by Brian Wolstenholme Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 6:45pm From Geriatric Pharmacy intern, Allyson Torres, PharmD(c) Nova Southeastern University of Pharmacy College of Pharmacy A pilot study sponsored by the NIH and Penn Medicine’s Institute on Aging has yielded promising results for the treatment of frailty in older women. Frailty is a condition that is characterized by weakness, exhaustio ... Read on »
Giveaway: Raspberry Ketones, stimulant-free weight loss supplement (THREE winners) by sensualappeal Posted Sun 20 Jan 2013 4:04pm I don’t do well with caffeine. Back in high school, I did great with caffeine. I would be able to have 2 cups of coffee and fall asleep. But not anymore, although it’s getting better. A year ago I couldn’t have any caffeine because my anxiety would skyrocket. In the past couple of months, I’ve been adding more caffeine into my life,  slowly ... Read on »
Cognitive stimulation is beneficial, even after diagnosis of Alzheimer’s by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 20 Oct 2010 12:40pm An interesting article in Nature Reviews last month reviewed several studies showing that cognitive intervention can be beneficial even for individuals already diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease (Buschert et al., 2010). The article shows that patients with mild-to-moderate dementia can benefit from a range of cognitive interventions: from t ... Read on »