From eNewsletter 7/12/2023
DID YOU KNOW that the positive vibes for dietary supplements, especially for older persons, are at a fever pitch? Coming on the heels of an American Journal of Clinical Nutrition study showing that something as simple as a poor quality multivitamin can improve memory in older persons, a study from this month's Nutrients found that multivitamins tempered the decline of cellular oxygen consumption, thus improving immunity. Finally, two new studies from Frontiers in Nutrition found that dietary supplements maintained muscle mass and tempered inflammation-induced hypertension in older persons.
Steve Minsky MS, HWC As a Health and Wellness Counselor, Steve analyzes and offer solutions to optimize human functioning not only with food, but every aspect of your lifestyle, whether for prevention or healing. More info on Steve's services.
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Food Intolerance Blood Draw Options to set up a Biotrition food intolerance test blood draw. By appointment only:
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Have a happy, healthy day! Steve and Bonnie Minsky
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Calming Your Brain
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Calming Your Brain
Steve: One overlooked balancing act in the brain is between the glutamate and GABA. More often than not, glutamate, the excitatory neurotransmitter, dominates GABA, the inhibitory or calming neurotransmitter. A new study from Nature Communications shows that the balance is disrupted in obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) patients. However, they also found that people who do not have OCD but have mild habitual and compulsive behavior have increased glutamate levels. Other behaviors such as skin picking and tics are also related to an overabundance of glutamate. Glutamate is an "excitatory" neurochemical: it facilitates electrical impulses that fire neurons to send information around brain networks. GABA is an "inhibitory" neurotransmitter that works in opposition to glutamate by dampening neural excitability, creating a balance. While current medical treatments for OCD are scant (anti-depressants and deep-brain stimulation possibly), we are intimately knowledgable with how to use diet, supplements, and lifestyle to bring glutamate and GABA into balance. One easy fix to reduce glutamate? Remove monosodium glutamate and its aliases from your diet.