Glutathione is a simple molecule produced naturally in the body at all times. It’s a combination of three building blocks of protein or amino acids — cysteine, glycine and glutamine.
The best part of glutathione is that is contains sulfur chemical groups that work to trap all the bad things like free radicals and toxins such as mercury and heavy metals in our body then flush them out. This is especially important in our current world of heavy metal bombardment.
Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S. This fatal and progressive condition destroys brain cells, resulting in memory loss and severe thinking and behavioral problems aggression, delusions, and hallucinations that interfere with daily life and activities.The cause is conventionally believed to be a mystery. While we know that certain diseases, like type 2 diabetes, are definitively connected to the foods you eat, Alzheimer’s is generally thought to strike without warning or reason.That is, until recently.
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Its an important question for American families and the nation as a whole: Why do so many kids weigh too much?There are recent hints the epidemic may be abating slightly. Still, one in every three American kids is overweight or obese.
If you have an elderly relative suffering from an illness that requires a strict diet to improve their health, you may be disappointed to learn that the diet isn’t going to have any significant improvements to their condition(s), according to research conducted by Gordon Jensen, head of Department of Nutritional Sciences at Penn State and study author.