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GABA Soothe Equals Focus and Relaxation

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GABA Soothe Equals Focus and Relaxation by Dallas Clouatre, Ph.D.   Almost all of us can do with more energy and better work focus, but caffeine’s benefits come at a price.  Over-stimulation and then trouble relaxing and getting needed rest at the end of the day are among the costs of relying on caffeine’s get-up-and-go. Fortunately, there are alternatives to this merry go round. GABA Soothe supports the calm focus that individuals want without the jitters that they don't. It even helps take the edge off caffeine. Its ingredients work together for greater efficacy. Ride the Wave of Stress Relief PharmaGABA™...

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Kombucha Recipe

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KOMBUCHA   Makes about 3 ½ cups ¼ cup rice malt syrup or sugar if you prefer2 organic black tea bags½ kombucha and then gently place the cup kombucha from a previous batch or store bought1 scoby or kombucha mother Sterilise a broad mouthed glass or ceramic bowl or jug with boiling water, it needs a wide opening to allow plenty of contact with oxygen. Combine the rice malt syrup or sugar in saucepan with 1 litre of water and bring to the boil. Remove from the heat and add the tea bags, cover and allow to steep for 15...

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Benefits of Hemp Protein for Health

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Benefits of Hemp Protein for Health Unlike popular belief, hemp is not marijuana and it does not have psychotropic effects on the human body. In fact, the hemp seed has many healthy benefits for the body, and is actually 33% protein. When the seed of the shell is removed, it looks just like a nut. There are two common ways the hemp seed can be consumed. The nut can either be chopped into small pieces and sprinkled on food, such as a salad, or ground into a powder and added to protein shakes, yogurt, or just about anything else. Unlike...

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PQQ and the Brain

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Mitochondria, the powerhouses of the cell, generate damaging reactive oxygen species (ROS) as byproducts of energy production.  And the older mitochondria get, the less efficient they become.  That means less energy, but more ROS carnage—from within!  Nowhere is this more apparent than in the aging brain.

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Broccoli's Sulforaphane Boosts Behavior and Communication

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Cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli and cauliflower, are known to be one of the powerhouses of plant-based diets, due to their richness in health-promoting phytonutrients. Now, a new study shows that one of these phytonutrients, sulforaphane, has the potential to improve some of the core symptoms of autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The idea for the study was born of the researchers’ observation that sulforaphane improves the body’s heat-shock response, a process that protects cells from temperature induced stress, like in fever. Typical behaviors among children with autism are often reported to significantly improve during a fever, but then come back...

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