Posts Tagged ‘dementia’

The Ketogenic Diet in Women

Ketogenic diet in women

As nutritional ketosis or “keto” grows in popularity, I see more women struggle with it. Certainly, there are some people who go on the ketogenic diet, see all the benefits of mental acuity and fat loss, and none of the problems. More men than women experience this level of keto success. Then there are the…

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Women, Perimenopause, and Alzheimer’s Disease: A Call to Action

When your hormones go down in your forties, your risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease go up. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia, accounting for half of the cases. AD is a progressive brain/body disorder characterized by gradual memory loss, nerve cell loss, dysfunction of connections between nerve cells (synapses), and…

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How Your Hormones Could Be Whipping You Up a Muffintop

How Hormone Metabolic Mayhem Could Be Whipping You Up a Muffin Top

Flush with anticipation about that big party tonight, you load some essentials into your black leather clutch and reach for that new pair of skinny jeans you specifically purchased for the occasion. Gazing in the mirror, you admire the way those jeans frame your legs and minimize your backside. But overall, you’re not loving the look…

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