Tag: nutrition supplements

Fighting Unwanted Weight Loss

Seeing you’re down several pounds or finding your clothes are fitting looser may sound like a good thing—but not when you aren’t trying to lose weight. Unwanted weight loss is of special concern in aging since it could point to an undiagnosed illness, leave you prone to infections or decrease

Can Osteoporosis Be Reversed Without Drugs?

Can osteoporosis be reversed without drugs? The answer is “yes!” But only if you use a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses the underlying root causes of osteoporosis. The sooner you start treatment, the better your chances of reversing bone loss – so don’t put it off any longer!

Enhance Natural Detox Defense with a Plant-Rich Diet

Detoxification diets—lasting anywhere from a few days to a few weeks—are popular among celebrities who want to shed pounds or boost energy. These diets typically involve some kind of restricted eating regimen and sometimes require special supplements or products. With such a profile, it’s no wonder many people view the

2016 Index

AGING

Staying independent in older age (Jan., p1)

Use these mind-body strategies to promote healthy aging (June, p3)

How to age-proof your brain (Nov., p1)

Superagers’ secrets to a youthful brain (Dec., p1

ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE (AD/DEMENTIA)

Lewy body dementia: a common disease, often underdiagnosed (Jan., p3)

Winning the war against vascular dementia, the second most common cause

2014 Index

For back issues of Mind, Mood & Memory, please call 1-800-571-1555 (toll-free).

KEY: Subject (Month, page number).
AGING
Personality changes with aging: Are they predictable? (Feb., p4)

Avoid these 5 factors linked to brain aging (Mar., p1)

3 Common signs of brain aging—and what you can do about them (Aug., p1)
ALCOHOL/SMOKING/DRUG ABUSE
Are opiates safe

Mind, Mood & Memory: 2015 Index

Index key: Subject (Month, page number).
AGING
Nature’s #1 brain tonic: Physical activity (April., p1)

Thinking that older age affects thinking affects thinking in older age! (July, p5)
ALCOHOL/SMOKING/DRUG ABUSE
Is your brain going up in smoke? (July, p6)
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE (AD/DEMENTIA)
The many faces of dementia (Jan., p4)

Brain protein tau gets new focus in AD research

×
Enter Your Log In Credentials
×
×

Please Log In

You are trying to access subscribers-only content. If you are a subscriber, use the form below to log in.

Subscribers will have unlimited access to the magazine that helps people live more sustainable, self-reliant lives, with feature stories on tending the garden, managing the homestead, raising healthy livestock and more!

×

Please Log In

You are trying to access subscribers-only content. If you are a subscriber, use the form below to log in.

Subscribers will have unlimited access to the magazine that helps the small-scale poultry enthusiast raise healthy, happy, productive flocks for eggs, meat or fun - from the countryside to the urban homestead!