by Miranda LaBant, ND
We know that exercise alone improves cognitive health, but would its effects be amplified if combined with cognitive training? An intervention study in young adults is one of few human studies that have attempted to answer this question.
by Julianne Forbes, ND
Avocados are rich in lutein, a carotenoid associated with cognitive function. A randomized trial pits avocado-eating participants against a control group to explore cognitive benefits.
by Natural Medicine Journal
In this interview, nutrition expert Jolie Root describes the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet and how practitioners can enhance compliance with their patients. Listeners will learn how to effectively utilize this diet in clinical practice.
by Timothy Schwaiger, ND
Naltrexone is known as a treatment for opioid addiction, but studies suggest naltrexone taken in lower doses may yield benefits for other health issues. This review article discusses potential applications of low-dose naltrexone and presents mechanisms of action that could explain its beneficial effects.
by Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO
Our editor-in-chief reviews the first volume of a book written by a highly esteemed former professor. The book's holistic, individualized, and practical content make it a handy reference; readers will be eager to move on to the second volume.