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  • This antibiotic is rupturing people's tendons
    Most of us have taken antibiotics to treat infections, whether for a nasty bug, a bad scrape, or after surgery. We tend to trust doctors’ recommendation, however, new data about Read more
  • How to tell if your hypothyroid is Hashimoto's
    Your doctor says you have hypothyroidism and this explains feeling like crap, the crazy weight gain, and your distressing hair loss. But how do you know if Hashimoto’s is causing Read more
  • Nutrients to help repair your leaky blood brain barrier
    The brain is surrounded by a thin lining called the blood brain barrier, which prevents harmful compounds from entering the brain while allowing helpful nutrients in and cellular debris out. Read more
  • Think twice before eating Oats.
    Even if you eat all organic, many oat-based foods such as cereal, granola, instant oats, and bars contain glyphosate, the toxic weed-killer in Roundup.The independent study commissioned by the Environmental Read more
  • Brain inflammation is a factor in suicides
    If your antidepressants aren’t helping your severe depression or suicidal thoughts, you’re not alone — but an alternative could be the key. New research shows brain inflammation plays a key Read more
  • Vagus Nerve Exercises
    Are you following the right diet and taking all the right supplements yet still struggling with irresolvable gut problems? The problem could be in your head, or more exactly, in Read more
  • Improving your brain through neuroplasticity
    For more information on improving brain function, click on to sdbraincenter.comAlthough we start life with roughly 100 billion neurons, we start to lose neurons the moment we are born due Read more
  • Household disinfectants can cause obesity by altering your microbiome
    For more information on improving brain function, click on to sdbraincenter.comNew research shows those powerful and toxic household disinfectants do more than kill germs — they also kill off vital Read more
  • Reversing memory loss
    For more information on improving brain function, click on to sdbraincenter.comPeople treat memory loss and Alzheimer’s as if they are unlucky genetic fates with no prevention or cure. But the Read more
  • Why antacids may not help acid reflux with Hashimoto’s
    For more information on improving brain function, click on to sdbraincenter.comWhile most doctors prescribe antacids to lower stomach acid for heart burn and acid reflux, the real culprit may be Read more
  • Test your thyroid levels in the morning for beset results
    For more information on improving brain function, click on to sdbraincenter.comIf you’re getting your TSH levels checked to monitor your thyroid health, it’s best to get that done in the Read more
  • Oxygen is one of the best things for brain healing
    For more information on improving brain function, click on to sdbraincenter.comWhen it comes to healing a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or stroke or simply boosting your brain health, one of Read more
  • The bests exercises to improve your mood
    The best ways to exercise to improve your moodFor more information on improving brain function, click on to sdbraincenter.comWe know exercise is good for the brain, but the kind of Read more
  • Carbs not fats are the culprits behind heart disease
    For more information on improving brain function, click on to sdbraincenter.comIf you shy away from fats for fear of heart disease, you aren’t alone, you may be surprised to learn Read more
  • Synching meals with your body clock
    For more information on improving brain function, click on to sdbraincenter.comMany of us start the day with a small breakfast as we run out the door, followed by a medium Read more
  • Do you feel more depressed in the summer?
    For more information on improving brain function, click on to sdbraincenter.comMost everyone has heard of SAD, or Seasonal Affective Disorder, when winter brings on chronic blues. But if you feel Read more

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