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Bringing the wellness of tomorrow, today.

February 21, 2011
Dear Valued Subscriber,

This week explains the how crucial diet and lifestyle is for Alzheimer's prevention. eNews Updates explores new zinc research, triclosan, HGH, and more.

This week's NCI Well Connect is loaded, including Bonnie's take on those who are unresponsive to gluten-free diets, our new five part series on protecting yourself in today's health care, organic and grain-free brands of Vodka, hormone screenings, and more.

Have a happy, healthy week. Bonnie and Steve Minsky

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Battling Bad Alzheimer's Genes.
Many scientists agree five molecules are known to affect or cause Alzheimer's disease. The potency of these molecules is linked to environmental factors such as diet and lifestyle. Researchers at Tel Aviv University's Department of Neurobiology have discovered data about one of these five molecules (which many believe to be the most significant), APOE, created by the apolipoprotein E.

APOE comes in two forms, a "good" APOE gene and a "bad" APOE gene, called APOE4. APOE4 appears in 50% of all Alzheimer's patients, and in 15% of the general population.

In a standardized environment, researchers introduced three different kinds of diet: a normal diet, a "bad" diet high in cholesterol, and a "good" diet high in fish oil. In preliminary results, the researchers found that a diet high in omega 3 oils and low in cholesterol appears to significantly reduce the negative effects of APOE4. Apparently, because APOE is a lipoprotein, it is known to be influenced by the good oil found in fish. 

"The main take-away message here is that good diets can alleviate the effects of bad genes. Of course nutritionists have had this general idea for a while, but it's nice to be able to show that this approach can be applied to specifically counteract the negative effects of Alzheimer's disease-related genes," said the lead researcher.
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NCI Well Connect (access by subscription only).
This week's topics:
  • Well Connect Feature:
    Being Informed & Proactive in Today's Health Care: Pharmaceuticals.
  • Did You Know? Medications:
    New Drugs on FDA Watch List 
  • Shrewd Shopper:
    Save on Your "Cup-a-Joe".
  • Brand Buzz:
    New Yogurt Suggestion.
  • Bonnie's Bite:
    Unresponsive to Gluten-Free Diets?
    Juicing Q&A 
  • Understanding Lab Tests:
    Peri, Post-Menopausal, and MANopausal Hormone Tests.
  • Green Lifestyle:
    Vodka for Laundry?
    Organic, Grain-Free Vodkas Brands 
  • Intelligently Active:
    Yoga's Affect on Mood.
  • Wild Card:
    Latest Data on Child Rearing Practices.
     
  • eNews Updates:
    Indoor Pool Warning.
    New Treatment for Child Bladder Control. 
With health care in flux, we have a responsibility to "self-care" ourselves and our community. NCI Well Connect is your self-care companion, presenting transparent, accountable, and fair wellness advice. You will stay connected to real-time advances in nutrition, and with a weekly nudge from us, stick to a consistent path to optimal wellness. 

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Care's Corner
Cares Corner 3 Shed Weight in Style
Welcome to our new segment featuring food and lifestyle consultant Carloyn Martinelli. Care will cover various topics concerning wellness and lifestyle (with an emphasis on style). Feel free to her email topics to consider for future segments.

Click Care's Picture to Watch Her "Shed Weight in Style" Segment.
Dr. Schuster's Well Tips
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My name is Dr. Liselotte Schuster. I have worked with Bonnie Minsky at Nutritional Concepts for over twenty years. Each month, I will offer wellness tips from a Chiropractor's perspective. Feel free to email me topics to consider for future segments.

For information about this month's topic, please click on my picture to learn more about my new, FDA-approved BAX 3000 therapy. Among the treatments I use BAX for is to reduce the frequency and severity of colds and flu in my patients.