Parvalbumin: Why You Can't Supplement For Fish

In this post, we will discuss what parvalbumin is, how it plays a role in chronic illnesses, and what you can do to  increase it. 

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Are You ApoE4? 88+ Ways To Increase Apolipoprotein E (ApoE)

ApoE is a master regulator for many genes implicated in cholesterol metabolism (such as Alzheimer's Disease and Atherosclerosis).

In this post, we will discuss the benefits and downsides of ApoE, how to determine if you are ApoE2, E3, or E4, and ways to fix it.

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Humanin: 7+ Ways To Increase Mitochondria's IGF-1

The term Humanin (HN) was coined by its discoverer, Professor Nishimoto, to denote the potential of this molecule to restore the “humanity” of patients with Alzheimer’s disease. 

Later we have found humanin protects cells from oxidative stress, serum starvation, hypoxia, and other insults as well as also improves cardiovascular disease and Alzheimer's disease. 

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How Jet Fumes And Hypoxia On Planes Affect The Body

Hypoxia (loss of oxygen) is a major stressor on the body.

On average, one can live ~21 days without food, ~2 days without water, but only a few minutes without oxygen. R

Most studies review long term exposure of hypoxia, but in this post we will discuss what happens to the body on a cellular level when exposed to hypoxia in the short term, such as flying or space travel (in a non-hormetic way).

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Reverse Alzheimer's With The Bredesen Protocol - ReCODE

This is a simple explanation of the Bredesen Protocol, also known as ReCODE. 

It is a cutting edge protocol to reverse Alzheimer's and has been successful for over 250 patients.

It includes the complete guide to the protocol.

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Amylin's Role in Obesity and Alzheimer's

Amylin is a hormone that is co-stored and co-secreted with insulin from the pancreatic beta cells in response to nutrients (eating). 

It mediates important brain functions, including appetite inhibition, cerebrovascular structure relaxation, and neural regeneration. 

It also plays a role in regulating glucose metabolism and modulating inflammation. 

Amylin shares characteristics of satiation signals, like CCK, but also of adiposity signals, like leptin or insulin. 

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