Nutritional Concepts Mid-Week
February 12, 2014
Dear Valued Subscriber,
Have a happy, healthy
and Steve Minsky
Arctic 1-Day Food Fast.
Cockles Kind of Cleanse.
of the country has been hit by a
bitter cold spell the likes we have
not seen for decades. We understand
it is hard to get motivated, but
enough is enough!
We have come up with an easy
way for you to warm up and cleanse.
Even better, it is only for a day.
For those of you in warmer climates,
we'll let you participate as well :)
Well Connect subscribers can
1-Day Food Fast for
you are not an NCI Well Connect
subscriber, you can download Arctic
1-Day Food Fast for free by
doing one or more of the following:
Place a supplement/product order
via website, email, or pickup.
Call to make an appointment with
Subscribe to NCI Well Connect
eNewsletter by website or phone.
will then email you the Arctic 1-Day
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org |
Phone: 847-498-3422 | Website: nutritionalconcepts.com
Cognitive Decline's Double Whammy.
According to a large sample of
persons aged 60 years or older,
metabolic syndrome may predispose to
cognitive decline, especially when
it occurs in conjunction with
elevated C-reactive protein (CRP),
new research suggests.
The findings add to the
understanding of the association
between neurometabolic disorders and
cognition. The study was presented
at the American Neurological
Association 2013 Annual Meeting.
Metabolic syndrome was defined as
having at least 3 of 5 traits (large
waist circumference, high blood
pressure, elevated glucose, elevated
triglycerides, and decreased
cholesterol) associated with the
disorder. Serum CRP, a marker of
inflammation, was also measured.
Bonnie - The 3
metabolic syndrome traits most
significantly associated with
cognitive decline in the study were
large waist circumference, high
blood pressure, and elevated
glucose, all of which are
C-Reactive Protein is a test to
gauge the degree of inflammation in
the body. Finally, cognitive decline
is also an inflammatory-related
disorder. Inflammation is the thread
that weaves them all together.
Two new ways research suggests you
can slow cognitive decline can be
accessed here by NCI Well Connect