NCI Well Connect Mid-Week Brief
January 3, 2018
Dear Steve, 

DID YOU KNOW that a 10-minute, one-time burst of exercise can measurably boost your brain power on a temporary basis?

We know that some people can't commit to a long-term exercise regime because of time or physical capacity. A study in Neuropsychologia shows that people that run, cycle or walk briskly for a short duration, even once, find immediate benefits.

BETTER THAN A NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION
If you have not read our January 1st eNewsletter, it is a great way to boost your wellness habits for the New Year. It's also a free preview of what our NCI Well Connect members get every Monday!

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Have a happy, healthy day! Steve and Bonnie
 
Plan to Fight Daily Stressors
Bonnie and Steve: A shorter life may be the price an organism pays for coping with the natural assaults of daily living, according to researchers at the National Institutes of Health. Their findings appearing in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Researchers used fruit flies to examine the relationship between lifespan and signaling proteins that defend the body against environmental stressors, such as bacterial infections and cold temperatures. Since flies and mammals share some of the same molecular pathways, the results demonstrate how the environment can affect longevity in humans.

Not surprisingly, the focus was on a protein that moderates how flies respond to inflammation. The finding provides evidence for one theory of aging, which suggests longevity depends on a delicate balance between proinflammatory proteins, thought to promote aging, and anti-inflammatory proteins, believed to prolong life. These inflammatory factors are influenced by what an organism experiences in its every day environment.

The research reveals that mitigating excess inflammation induced by signaling proteins via our environment and lifestyle is a key to extending life.

This is why we are so incessant about the fact that we cannot glean all the nutrients we need from food alone. We need to supplement to overcome the excess inflammation we create for ourselves because of the modern lifestyle.

We must take a multifactorial approach to tampering excess inflammation. It starts with providing optimal nutrients, avoiding food reactors, setting up an optimal environment to live in, exercise, which is one of the best forms of inflammation reduction, and stress management techniques.

If you need individualized guidance, come in and see us.
 
Can You Function If Sleep Deprived?
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