The most comprehensive systematic review of evidence from randomized controlled trials to date
shows that physical exercise is effective in improving cognitive function in adults aged > 50 years, regardless of their cognitive status.
Prior reviews on this topic provided incomplete summaries because they were limited to one mode of exercise or a narrow range of publication years...
A dietary supplement containing
tyrosine, tryptophan and blueberry extract showed efficacy in combating common effects of postpartum depression and sadness.
Postpartum depression (PPD) affects 13% of women in the postnatal stage. It is commonly seen 1-4 weeks after delivery and is characterized by the mother experiencing feelings of sadness, worry, excessive fatigue and withdrawal from the new baby and family members...
Depression and mood symptoms impact up to half of the population worldwide (WHO). Although there are many pharmaceuticals available to improve general symptoms of depression, often patients want alternative options or desire options that have fewer side effects.
Supplementation with omega-3s may be an important alternative for clinicians and their patients who want to improve mood and depression
Research on omegas-3s and their impact on mood, improved skin, decreased inflammation, and even weight loss have been studied for over two decades...
Roundtable Symposia from ASPEN Clinical Nutrition Week
conversation is part of a series on inflammation entitled, Inflammation: A Novel Clinical Nutritional Approach for Resolution. In this video from ASPEN Clinical Nutrition Week 2016 the experts discuss what is known about the clinical distribution and clearance of SPMs. Are SPMs distributed or stored, and how are they cleared?
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In part 2 of this module on the microbiome, Dr Cresci discusses the "Diversity of the Gut Microbiota and the Host"
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