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Jan 13, 17
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Resveratrol shows promise as a therapy for stabilising amyloid proteins in Alzheimer's patients

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Dec 01, 16
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Research has long shown a strong relationship between increased body fat and degeneration of the brain. Basically, brain function declines as the size of the belly increases.

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Nov 14, 16
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Under the theme of "Brain Health for Better Life Outcomes" join world leading experts as they discuss groundbreaking concepts, clinical trials, treatments, prevention and practical application.

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Meet Dr David Perlmutter: The Empowering Neurologist

Feb 19, 16
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International best-selling author & integrative neurologist Dr David Perlmutter joins Andrew on the Podcast ahead of his trip downunder for the BioCeuticals Research Symposium.

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Dec 31, 15
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Docohexaenoic acid (DHA) is important for development of the central nervous system in mammals. There is a growth spurt in the human brain during the last trimester of pregnancy and the first postnatal months, with a large increase in the cerebral content of DHA.

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Dec 25, 15
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Bacteria communicate electrically, just like brain neurons with long-range signalling capacity, according to a recent study.

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Oct 02, 15
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You have a big day planned today. Maybe it’s an important meeting with your team, maybe an exam, maybe several tasks that all require attention to detail. Can you rely on your brain to get you through this day so that you’re performing at your best?

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Integrative Pieces of the Depression Puzzle with Dr Jerome Sarris

Jul 23, 14
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Depression is a common condition, affecting more than one million Australians each year. When it takes hold, it can be a debilitating illness that robs people of their ability to experience joy, meaning or motivation. Instead, sadness and anxiety can take over. Rather than there being a specific cause, depression seems to be associated with a combination of life events, personal factors and changes in brain chemistry, particularly serotonin, noradrenaline and dopamine.

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