Blog 2017-02-24T15:11:00+00:00

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908, 2017

Exercise Top Lifestyle Factor for Alzheimer’s Prevention?

Pauline Anderson Medscape 9.8.17   Gerry Gajadharsingh writes: “I am increasingly being asked if a more integrated approach to medicine can help people with cognitive impairment such as Alzheimer’s. Below is very recent research suggesting that exercise probably has the [...]

2607, 2017

Inflammatory Dietary Pattern Linked to Brain Aging

Medscape Pauline Anderson July 17, 2017 Gerry Gajadharsingh writes: “Building evidence that inflammation is related to brain aging, this is interesting new research. In fact, an increased inflammatory load is implicated in almost all if not all disease processes. It’s not only [...]

1205, 2017

Cancer Drugs Fund condemned as expensive and ineffective

  The Guardian Sarah Boseley Health editor   Gerry Gajadharsingh writes: “However good the initial intentions, sadly this reinforces the view that committing large amounts of taxpayer funding, in this case £1.27 billion, based on public outcry, achieves very poor value [...]

605, 2017

It’s worth going hungry for a healthier life

Jenni Russell The Times “Fasting is seen by some as a dietary fad but we now understand that it regenerates the body” Gerry Gajadharsingh writes: “I have written many times on the benefits of the Metabolic Balance nutritional program, including [...]

2402, 2017

Fasting diet could prove the cure for type 2 diabetes

Fasting diet could prove the cure for type 2 diabetes Times Online Tom Whipple, Science Editor Gerry Gajadharsingh writes:  “Interesting research, but intermittent fasting is something that we have been dong with the Metabolic Balance Nutritional programme for at least 10 [...]

2608, 2016

Sitting Up-The Paris Review

Sitting Up August 23, 2016 | by Witold Rybczynski  The Paris Review Arts & Culture Gerry Gajadharsingh writes: "What a lovely review, sent to me by one of my lovely patients. The closing sentence is food for thought “Sitting up is always [...]

1808, 2016

Ready, steady, go for a bigger, better brain

Times Online Jonathan Leake, Science Editor Gerry Gajadharsingh writes:  This research looks at the positive effect of exercise on brain function. “For most people, physical health and brain health once seemed to have little connection. This has been changed by [...]