Monthly Archives: January 2020

Study: Walking Protects Against Dementia

Dementia is a horrific neurological disorder and disease that impacts more than 46.8 million people worldwide, with experts believing that this number will double every 20 years. This would mean that the number would hit 75 million people living with dementia in 2030 (just 10 years away) and 131.5 million people living with dementia by the time 2050 rolls around. Worse, while dementia affects older Read more [...]

Study: Royal Jelly & Stress

According to a new report published by a team of Brazilian researchers and biochemists, it appears as though consuming just a few grams of fresh Royal Jelly every single day can significantly reduce the amount of stress hormones your body produce on a regular basis. This research has been ongoing since 2017, with the team of Brazilian scientists and biochemists looking for ways to better understand Read more [...]

Study: Low Fruit & Vegetables Means Low Testosterone

A number of experts in a variety of different fields (including nutrition, biochemistry, and the medical field in general) have been noticing a trend linking the lack of fruit and vegetables in the traditional Western daily diet with a significant downturn in overall male testosterone levels. At the same time, however, it wasn’t until just recently that researchers in Spain dove deeper into this Read more [...]