The longevity gene
The longevity gene

The longevity gene

And when i say longevity i mean a bigger health span, as opposed to the well known life span. It is not enough to live longer, if you are not healthy, so do not forget what our immortal James Dean said: 'It is important to die young, but as late as possible!'. I will explore many unorthodox ways, ranging from gut microbiota manipulation to ancient Ayurveda ritual, trying to combine them in an ample resource, from which you can get and apply whatever is better for you at the present moment.

Alzheimer's disease and the hormonal (im)balance

25 May 2020 4 minute read 0 comments Heruvim78

So, do you know what the hormones are? Probably you have some idea, but i will tell you anyway. The hormones are specific molecules produced by our endocrine system (glands) with the main mission to send messages and directions to different parts and...

Alzheimer's disease and the lack of vitamin D (plus some crypto rambling)

24 May 2020 3 minute read 3 comments Heruvim78

What is the link between AD (Alzheimer's disease) and vitamin D? We have two ways to get the vitamin D, first, when the sun converts a cholesterol molecule from our body (7 dehydrocholesterol) into vitamin D (inactive form), which in turn is converte...

Alzheimer's disease and the inflammation, coronavirus stats and few Celsius promo codes

23 May 2020 3 minute read 2 comments Heruvim78

There is a connection between AD )Alzheimer's disease) and inflammation. There is enough evidence to show that the risk of having AD is greatly increased by the inflammation, as a chronically activated immune system will attack not only the pathogens...

Alzheimer's disease, the insulin resistance and a bit of crypto ranting on the side

21 May 2020 4 minute read 4 comments Heruvim78

      For years it was hypotethised that there is a link between diabetes and Alzheimer's disease. But, as the latest researches point out, both illnesses got something in common: poor blood sugar management and insulin resistance. Despite the sugar...

Alzheimer's disease and vitamin B group optimal levels

20 May 2020 3 minute read 0 comments Heruvim78

Motto: '' My biggest fear now is not death, but Alzheimer's disease!'' (early bitcoin adopter, after memorizing his private key)   To continue our Alzheimer's disease knowledge journey, we need to remember that in the last post we mentioned the homoc...

Alzheimer, Celsius token and even some archery

18 May 2020 3 minute read 3 comments Heruvim78

Another day is gone, and while i did enjoyable things like playing guitar and learning my Spanish, that time is gone. I was just doing a bit of shopping, watch a bit of TV and had a nice meal.  I could notice something interesting. Between guitar les...

Tests and pathways leading to the early detection of Alzheimer's disease

17 May 2020 4 minute read 1 comment Heruvim78

There are 7 stages in Alzheimer's disease (AD) development, and we cannot realise it until stage 3-4 that there is a posibility of something wrong. In stage two there are only few incidents and usually they are identified as ''senior moments'. In sta...

Coronavirus self-isolation - Day 50 and other random thoughts

17 May 2020 3 minute read 0 comments Heruvim78

 I start with Coronavirus stats: As for today, we have 4,706,986 cases globally, with 2,114,876 closed cases (out of which 311,916 (15%) deaths). The mortality percentage is at 15% (22% mortality 4 weeks ago). Another 2% down, we are recovering slowl...

What is good and bad for your brain (inspired by Mark Hyman)

13 May 2020 1 minute read 1 comment Heruvim78

If i were to write the smallest text aiming for the biggest impact on the quality of life, this will be the one: Bad for brain: sugar, flour, additives, colorants, alcohol, aspartame, heavy metals, drugs, lack of sleep, not exercising, some kind of f...

Word of the day and some inherent difficulties of being a genius

11 May 2020 5 minute read 0 comments Heruvim78

Motto: “Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That’s because they were...