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DAELLIOTT CONSULTING

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Today's Health Blog

Posted on January 10, 2018 at 10:49 AM Comments comments (43)
Hope you all had a great Holiday Season.
Here is additional motivation to get back to healthy eating. 
Tomatoes:














Spinach:

Friday Health Blog

Posted on December 22, 2017 at 4:23 PM Comments comments (31)
This is #2 in my series of Blogs on #Alzheimer'sDisease (AD). This has been a medical interest of mine since 1990.
This article, written by Megan Brooks, appeared recently in Medscape - Dec 19, 2017: No Magic Bullet to Prevent Late-Life Dementia.
Some points of note from my perspective:
  • "We looked at drugs...over-the-counter vitamins, supplements...exercise..cognitive training. And overall, the results didn't show much benefit,"
  • "But those areas that we did find potentially, some positive findings, they are very consistent with public health types of messages that we hear all the time. Live a healthy life, eat a good diet, stay cognitively active and engaged socially."
  • "...review looked at 38 trials with low to medium risk of bias that compared over-the-counter (OTC) supplements, ....placebo or other OTC interventions for preventing or delaying cognitive decline, MCI, or clinical Alzheimer-type dementia. This review showed "insufficient" evidence to recommend any OTC supplement for cognitive protection in adults with normal cognition or MCI."
  • "Other studies have found some evidence that following a healthy lifestyle earlier in life may help protect against dementia.... The evidence has started to mount that lifestyles can change your risk for cognitive decline and various dementias,.."
Take aways:
  1. Living a healthy lifestyle from an early age is the only currently shown cause & effect relationship
  2. We must hold out hope for newer investigational compounds to show a positive effect
  3. It is important for governments & Funding bodies to support spending on AD research
  4. Give to support Alzheimer's Research
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Thursday Health Blog

Posted on December 21, 2017 at 10:00 AM Comments comments (32)
This will be the 1st in a series of Blogs on Alzheimer's Disease. This has been a medical interest of mine since 1990.
If you ever wondered by Alzheimer has an apostrophe, it is because the disease is named for a German physician, Alois Alzheimer
( https://www.alz.co.uk/alois-alzheimer ) whose clinical work in the 1st decade of the 20th century identified an 'unusual disease of the cerebral cortex'. 
The work in this recent article:
A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of The Effect of Low Vitamin D on Cognition
J Am Geriatr Soc. 2017;65(10):2161-2168.
concluded: "Observational evidence demonstrates low vitamin D is related to poorer cognition; however, interventional studies are yet to show a clear benefit from vitamin D supplementation. …… lifespan studies are necessary to depict the optimal timing and duration in which repletion of vitamin D may protect against cognitive decline and dementia in aging, …..”
This is of particular interest because of the now recently confirmed errors made in the calculation of recommended daily amount (RDA) for Vitamin D.


Happy to discuss this.

Monday Health Blog #3

Posted on December 18, 2017 at 7:52 PM Comments comments (20)
With the coming Holiday Season, we will all overeat, overdrink, overindulge. Don't beat yourself up too much if this is unusual for you. If this is regular behaviour, then you need to think seriously.
Everyone loves nuts as a snack. Here's more about them!


Monday Health Blog #2

Posted on December 18, 2017 at 7:30 PM Comments comments (49)
With the coming Holiday Season, we will all overeat, overdrink, overindulge. Don't beat yourself up too much if this is unusual for you. If this is regular behaviour, then you need to think seriously.
What your cravings tell you about what you should eat instead.


Monday Health Blog #1

Posted on December 18, 2017 at 7:26 PM Comments comments (17)
With the coming Holiday Season, we will all overeat, overdrink, overindulge. Don't beat yourself up too much if this is unusual for you. If this is regular behaviour, then you need to think seriously. The image below is busy, but 2 Takeaways:
1. Healthcare costs for obese people are 25% higher than non-obese people.
2. Life Expectancy for obese people is 10 yr. less than non-obese people.


Saturday Health Blog #2

Posted on December 9, 2017 at 11:57 AM Comments comments (14)
Diabetes is a global health issue. Blood Glucose levels and death by income and age groups.
Here is a link to the pdf document this image comes from.


Saturday Health Blog

Posted on December 9, 2017 at 11:24 AM Comments comments (27)
Important for females to know they might be anemic. Consult your Doctor, LPN or Nutritionist.





















A banana a day, keeps me happy! :)

Tech Tuesday Blog

Posted on November 28, 2017 at 11:42 AM Comments comments (16)

Today's Health Tip#3

Posted on November 22, 2017 at 11:39 AM Comments comments (24)
Does the price of Organic foods prevent you from buying them?

Thx to Wellness Nerd.


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