Greater vitamin K1 intake associated with decreased cataract risk

This hit my inbox earlier this month and I am forwarding it on. It should be of interest to anyone…

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Broccoli’s sulforaphane influences genetics and prostate cancer

And once again we are reminded to eat broccoli as often as we can. I received this post from a…

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How Tryptophan Benefits Aging

In my twenties I viewed aging through the stereotypical lens of “Grumpy Old Men”. Now that I’m older it doesn’t seem so funny.

How can Tryptophan Help?

As we age our bio-chemistry gradually changes almost unnoticed until one day the changes have summated to the point we are no longer that youthful self we once were. These changes include increased irritability, inability to handle stress, increased anxiety, inability to sleep and possible depression. All the above have one thing in common. A reduction in the brain’s neurotransmitter called serotonin (aka. “The Feel Good Neurotransmitter”).

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“Taurine” What You’ve Been Missing

Taurine is an amino acid found in eggs, meat and fish. Your body can produce taurine from the amino acids…

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