Monthly Archives: January 2016

Practice makes perfect, study confirms

Initial learning and performance at seven weeks led to increase in activation in cortical regions during visualization of the dance being learned when compared to the first week, shows a study on ballet cancers. However, at 34 weeks, it showed reduced activation in comparison to week seven.
<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/sciencedaily/top_news/top_health?d=uY-AgU3…

Continue reading

Practice makes perfect, study confirms

Initial learning and performance at seven weeks led to increase in activation in cortical regions during visualization of the dance being learned when compared to the first week, shows a study on ballet cancers. However, at 34 weeks, it showed reduced activation in comparison to week seven.
<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/sciencedaily/top_news/top_health?d=uY-AgU3…

Continue reading

Curcumin Boosts AMPK Activation, Prevents Fatty Liver

Several new studies show that curcumin activates the enzyme AMPK, along with related fat burning gene signals, thus preventing the build up of fat in liver cells. 

AMPK (AMP-activated protein kinase) is a pivotal cell enzyme required to orchestrate the burning of fat and sugar. The first study was trying to figure out if curcumin had a mechanism that could specifically help protect against non-alcohol fatty liver disease; a common consequence of obesity-related health problems. This study showed that curcumin turned on AMPK, induced fat burning, while inhibiting fat deposition in liver cells. The researchers concluded that these mechanisms were adequate to conclude that, &#8…

Continue reading

Curcumin Boosts AMPK Activation, Prevents Fatty Liver

Several new studies show that curcumin activates the enzyme AMPK, along with related fat burning gene signals, thus preventing the build up of fat in liver cells. 

AMPK (AMP-activated protein kinase) is a pivotal cell enzyme required to orchestrate the burning of fat and sugar. The first study was trying to figure out if curcumin had a mechanism that could specifically help protect against non-alcohol fatty liver disease; a common consequence of obesity-related health problems. This study showed that curcumin turned on AMPK, induced fat burning, while inhibiting fat deposition in liver cells. The researchers concluded that these mechanisms were adequate to conclude that, &#8…

Continue reading

The MIND diet 'reduces risk of Alzheimer's'

The MIND diet may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by up to 53%.

What is it?

The MIND diet is an acronym for Mediterranean-DASH intervention for neurodegenerative delay, fusing the acclaimed Med diet and DASH (dietary approaches to stop hypertension).

Strictly following the MIND diet could markedly drop the odds of developing Alzheimer’s disease according to journal Alzheimer’s & Dementia. A study showed that the diet reduced the risk of Alzheimer’s by up to 53 per cent in strict adherents and 35 per cent in moderate followers.

Try it: The MIND diet has 15 dietary components including 10 brain-healthy food groups – green leafy veg, other vegie…

Continue reading

I'm new to this "Diat" thing, Need all the help I can get (help me plz <3)

Hi all, My name is Mishaal 23 Y/o

I've been diagnosed with an autoimmiune dissease called "VKH" about a month ago n since that moment all my life changed..

I'm on a very high dose of steriods (predinidilone to be specific) + other meds; steriods makes u hungry all the time n eat ALOT!! n it increases ur wight alot :

I knew all that from the beginin so I wanted 2 try hard 2 keep my weight so I've been exercisin daily: 1- walkin n runnin 30-60min
2- Bicycle 30 min
3- diffrent exercises 15…

I'm new to this "Diat" thing, Need all the help I can get (help me plz <3)…

Continue reading

Discovered: How to unlock inaccessible genes

The mechanism used by specialized enzymes to remodel the extremely condensed genetic material in the nucleus of cells in order to control which genes can be used has been discovered. The research reveals that some remodeller enzymes promote gene expression, some repress gene expression, and some can do both.
<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/sciencedaily/top_news/to…

Continue reading

I'm new to this "Diat" thing, Need all the help I can get (help me plz <3)

Hi all, My name is Mishaal 23 Y/o

I've been diagnosed with an autoimmiune dissease called "VKH" about a month ago n since that moment all my life changed..

I'm on a very high dose of steriods (predinidilone to be specific) + other meds; steriods makes u hungry all the time n eat ALOT!! n it increases ur wight alot :

I knew all that from the beginin so I wanted 2 try hard 2 keep my weight so I've been exercisin daily: 1- walkin n runnin 30-60min
2- Bicycle 30 min
3- diffrent exercises 15…

I'm new to this "Diat" thing, Need all the help I can get (help me plz <3)…

Continue reading

The MIND diet 'reduces risk of Alzheimer's'

The MIND diet may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by up to 53%.

What is it?

The MIND diet is an acronym for Mediterranean-DASH intervention for neurodegenerative delay, fusing the acclaimed Med diet and DASH (dietary approaches to stop hypertension).

Strictly following the MIND diet could markedly drop the odds of developing Alzheimer’s disease according to journal Alzheimer’s & Dementia. A study showed that the diet reduced the risk of Alzheimer’s by up to 53 per cent in strict adherents and 35 per cent in moderate followers.

Try it: The MIND diet has 15 dietary components including 10 brain-healthy food groups – green leafy veg, other vegie…

Continue reading

Discovered: How to unlock inaccessible genes

The mechanism used by specialized enzymes to remodel the extremely condensed genetic material in the nucleus of cells in order to control which genes can be used has been discovered. The research reveals that some remodeller enzymes promote gene expression, some repress gene expression, and some can do both.
<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/sciencedaily/top_news/to…

Continue reading