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Natural Support for Inflammatory Skin Diseases - Psoriasis and Eczema

February 06, 2016

INFLAMMATION OF THE SKIN Common forms of inflammatory skin diseases include psoriasis and eczema. Primary common features of these diseases include chronic inflammation, including break down of the skin barrier, dryness and redness and itchiness. Hyper proliferation of skin cells, adding a thickness to the affected areas, is also common, and caused by inflammatory factors. Psoriasis and eczema are both immune initiated diseases involving lymphocytes (T-Cells: TH1. TH2 and TH17), which cause the secretion of pro-inflammatory factors (called cytokines). The T-cells migrate into the skin where they chronically secret inflammatory factors which inflame the skin. Among the methods to reduce skin inflammation is to decrease the proliferation of T-cells in the skin and to prevent the secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines. ...

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Most Powerful Predictor of Heart Disease and Diabetes - Triglycerides and HDL

January 26, 2016

What is the most precise predictive measure of cardiovascular disease (and diabetes)? Common dogma continues to hold LDL ("bad" cholesterol) as the most accurate measure. However, recent studies research indicate a much stronger correlation between high triglyceride-to-HDL ratios in predicting both cardiovascular disease and the development of diabetes. In a study by the American Heart Association, individuals with the highest triglyceride-HDL ratios were 16x's more likely to suffer a cardiovascular event (i.e. heart attack) as compared to individuals with the lowest triglyceride-HDL ratios. The triglyceride-to-HDL ratio is significantly stronger in predicting cardiovascular events than "high cholesterol" numbers or LDL-to-HDL ratios.(1) HIGH TRIGLYCERIDES - the dangerous effect of high levels of triglycerides on the cardiovascular system is multi-faceted. Negative effects of...

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Aging Stem Cells - The loss of Regenerative Ability & Aging

January 01, 2016

Aging is suppressed through the ability of the body to regenerate more youthful cells and tissues. Extreme longevity is closely coupled to the ability of the body to replace aging cells, which lead to disease and aging, with youthful healthy cells. The capacity to regenerate cells depends on the ability of the body to maintain a healthy functioning pool of stem cells. Stem cells are the precursor cells which generate new replacement cells. For example, neural stem cells (NSC) can rejuvenate the brain by creating new brain cells. However, aging stem cells progressively lose the ability to generate replacement cells. More precisely, aging stem cells lose the ability to segregate damaged molecules during cellular replication, thereby diminishing the ability of...

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Brain & Neurodegenerative Diseases - The Central Role of Mitochondria

December 07, 2015

All aging starts at the cellular level including degeneration of the brain. Science has now identified dysfunction of the neuron mitochondria as the early central initiator in brain degeneration. When the neuronal mitochondria become dysfunctional, there is an inadequate supply of energy to the neuron, and subsequently the neuron dies. Early stages of neurodegenerative diseases have mitochondrial dysfunction common in their pathogenesis including Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), Parkinson’s Disease (PD), Huntington’s Disease (HD) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Indeed, the failure of cellular bioenergetics has been linked to neuron death and dementia.(1,2) Research suggests that modulation and inhibition of mitochondrial dysfunction may increase neuron survival and provide a basis for extended brain longevity. As a cytoprotective agent, activation of transcription factor...

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