Long Term Cognition and Longevity via Beneficial Gut Bacteria

Diet rapidly and reproducibly alters the human gut microbiome. Increases in the abundance and activity of Bilophila wadsworthia on the animal-based diet support a link between dietary fat, bile acids and the outgrowth of microorganisms capable of triggering inflammatory bowel disease6 A robust, diverse, gut microbiome may help one keep one’s marbles despite aging: The human microbiome… Continue reading Long Term Cognition and Longevity via Beneficial Gut Bacteria

Long Term Cognition via a strong, robust Circadian Oscillation

Circadian rhythms are physical, mental, and behavioral changes that follow a 24-hour cycle. These natural processes respond primarily to light and dark and affect most living things, including animals, plants, and microbes. The internal body clock sets the timing for many circadian rhythms, which regulate processes such as Sleep/wake cycles Hormonal activity Body temperature rhythm… Continue reading Long Term Cognition via a strong, robust Circadian Oscillation

Long Term Cogntion via a Healthy Lifestyle

A healthy lifestyle can slow cognitive decline, even prevent Alzheimer’s. A healthy lifestyle means maintaining regular physical activity (both aerobic and strength training) and managing classic cardiovascular risk factors, such as diabetes, obesity, smoking, a plant-based diet with little saturated fat, and avoiding high blood pressure. A healthy lifestyle also includes quality sleep. A healthy… Continue reading Long Term Cogntion via a Healthy Lifestyle

Immunity

The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented health crisis of global scale. The SARS-CoV-2 virus has been isolated and even photographed. Here is how coronavirus attacks the body. Here is a video summary of how to avoid COVID-19, which may be likely to infect (on average) up to 5 or 6 other people, rather than 2… Continue reading Immunity