Red Tide Algal Blooms From Red Algae (Brevetoxins, Saxitoxins, and Other Toxic Marine Toxins)

Right now there is a toxic red algal bloom occuring where I live. It is common to have this type of bloom during this kind of weather, especially in Florida, but the presence of this on the east coast is pretty rare.

According the Miami Herald, the start of the bloom occurred during the weekend of September 2018. R

Today were going to talk about red tides, how they happen and some of the main neurotoxins effects on human biology.

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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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256+ Ways To Increase Dopamine Naturally (Supplements And Genetics)

Dopamine is extremely important for everyday function and plays a much larger role in the body than just bonding, motivation, cognition, emotion, well-being, and movement.

Unfortunately, our environment today is very good at manipulating and hijacking our dopamine system.

In this post we will discuss, how/why dopamine is produced, how chronic inflammation affects dopamine, what are some quick fixes for dopamine, and what are some long lasting dopamine builders, as well how to avoid losing dopamine. 

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115+ Ways To Increase Tyrosine Hydroxylase (And What Decreases It)

Tyrosine hydroxylase is a necessary enzyme to create neurotransmitters and protect the body against oxidative stress.

In this post, we will discuss its benefits, downsides, and ways to increase its activity. 

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How Chronic Fluoride Can Damage Mitochondria And The Gut Biome

Fluoride is a trace element, but it is found in our daily exposure more than a "trace". 

In small amounts, it appears to be okay

The problems with fluoride appear to be in chronic use of it over long periods of time, and/or being exposed to a high dose of it in a single instance. 

Apart from skeletal tissue and teeth, fluoride can cause changes in the kidneys, liver, thyroid, parathyroid, pituitary gland, testis, muscle tissues, stomach, brain, neurons, and immune system. 

I have mild dental fluorosis, probably from drinking too much fluoridated water, using fluoridated toothpaste, along with taking fluoride at the dentist to protect my enamel. 

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