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Excess dietary phosphate accelerates aging process by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 27 Apr 2010 12:00am FASEB.org -  Higher dietary levels of phosphorous (or phosphate) from sodas and processed foods accelerate the aging process in mice and contribute to age-associated complications such as chronic kidney disease, according to new research publis ... Read on »
Diabetes Series: Part I…A Link Between Obesity and Gluconeogenesis by Tye Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 10:04pm Welcome to my “Diabetes Series”!  Just like my “Cancer Basics” series I’ll be updating this every so often in order to hopefully make the research a little more palatable for the general public.  I hope you like it and you continue to tune in! Scientists from the Salk Institute have unlocked another piece of the diabetes puzzle with th ... Read on »
Creatine For Real Results! by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 8:28am I don’t usually like to write whole articles about supplements because I believe diet and training to be far more important than any combination of supplements. However there are a few supplements that work, creatine being the most notable of all of them. It is the best selling supplement ever, period. Creatine sales totaled over 1 ... Read on »
Autism, De Novo Genetic Mutation and Environmental Mutagens by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 6:24pm 1 Comment The genetic bases of autism dominated autism news the previous week with the publication of the Chromosome 16p11.2 study in the New England Journal of Medicine and three CNTNAP2 gene study reports, Alarcón et al ., Arking et al. , and Bakkaloglu et al. , in the American Journal of Human Genetics respectively. Various ideological, lite ... Read on »
Mercury, Candida, and Me, Oh my! Part 1 by Bueller K. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 4:36pm 3 Comments Hello everyone! I have been busy researching like crazy as usual. My trusty binder is full to the brim again! This is going to be the longest post I have ever done and I think by the far the most extraordinarily important! The first thing I want to say is that I officially no longer have candida!!! The tests came back at +1 which is way wi ... Read on »
How stress can control gene activity by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 26 Sep 2010 12:00am Ku.dk - Stress has become one of the major disease states in the developed world. But what is stress? It depends on from where you look. You may experience stress as something that affects your entire body and mind, the causes of which are plen ... Read on »
Lecithin For Metabolic Weight Loss by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:00am Metabolism is the key to losing weight. A person with a faster metabolism is able to body to burn fat quicker, which is why most active children don’t face weight issues. When we age, however, our metabolism slows down and we find it more difficult to keep the extra pounds off. Is there anything that we can do to put the life back into a sluggi ... Read on »
Welcome to my “Diabetes Se ... by Tye Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 10:04pm Welcome to my “Diabetes Series”!  Just like my “Cancer Basics” series I’ll be updating this every so often in order to hopefully make the research a little more palatable for the general public.  I hope you like it and you continue to tune in! Scientists from the Salk Institute have unlocked another piece of the diabetes puzzle with thei ... Read on »
DNA-protein binding by Martin Eastwood Posted Mon 07 Dec 2009 9:37am The genetic information embodied in DNA must be decoded at the right time and in the right type of cell. To achieve this, proteins that control such processes have to bind to specific places in the genome. How a protein finds the correct spot to bind to among all the possible sites (3 billion base pairs in the human genome, for example) has been ... Read on »
Tau Induced Memory Loss in Alzheimer's is Reversible by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Fri 18 Feb 2011 8:15am The really important discovery here, however, is that the progression of Alzheimer's disease can be reversed in principle - at least at an early stage of the illness before too many neurons have been destroyed... Alzheimer's Reading Room Amyloid-beta and tau protein deposits in the brain are characteristic features of Alzheimer dise ... Read on »