Archive for Research
  • Fruit Halts Diabetes and Cancer

    Fruit Halts Diabetes and Cancer

    As part of a healthy diet, fruit serves an important purpose. But which fruits should you be eating and how often? Well, according to new research released by Dr. Qi Sun, a professor at Harvard, your diet should represent a large variety, including blueberries, grapes, apples, and grapefruit – all of which significantly reduce the risk of develop...

  • Hypoglycemia - A Major Cause of Migraines

    Hypoglycemia – A Major Cause of Migraines

    Hypoglycemia is a state of low blood sugar in the body. It has been recognized since the early 1900’s that missing a meal may lead to headache. Today, studies are showing that ingesting simple sugars can also trigger a migraine attack. A review in Expert Review of Neurotherapies showed that two specific dietary factors frequently induced headache...

  • Butter: The Secret to Longevity

    Butter: The Secret to Longevity

    Aging, the process of getting old, is an inevitable factor that everyone deals with in their lifetime. If I told you there were certain foods that reversed this conflicting process, would you believe me? As the standards of life expectancy continue to rise, we are beginning to discover how the foods we eat affect our genealogical lifespan. One r...

  • Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), The New Brain Diabetes

    Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), The New Brain Diabetes

    The start of everyone’s morning food routine is more than just a ritual it’s a requirement for good health. Some people fall prey to fake sweeteners and starchy breads, while others strive for low fat alternatives or nothing at all. Likewise, what you choose to ingest during that window of opportunity impacts thought patterns, hormones, memory,...

  • The Salerno Center: Introduces Sleep Apnea Syndrome Testing

    The Salerno Center: Introduces Sleep Apnea Syndrome Testing

    Sleep Apnea Syndrome refers to transient cessation of respiration during sleep. The most common kind of sleep apnea is called Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSA) which is defined as the cessation of airflow during sleep preventing air from entering the lungs caused by an obstruction. It is a potentially life-threatening condit...