All cells in the body need sugar (glucose), amino acids (proteins), fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals for maintaining and building cell structures, and for functioning. When the body is deficient in any nutrient, as in anemia, the brain suffers.

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Maple syrup extract in combination with antibiotics effective in combating bacteria

Researchers find that maple syrup extract in combination with antibiotics is particularly effective in combating bacteria, capable of destroying even resistant communities of bacteria biofilms.

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It is the fat to carbohydrate ratio of a snack food, not its energy density or total calorie, that activates our brain reward areas prompting the snack intake.

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Eating foods that contain even a small amount of dietary nicotine, such as peppers, may reduce the risk of developing Parkinson's, the American Neurological Association journal reports.

Eating foods that contain even a small amount of dietary nicotine, such as peppers, may reduce the risk of developing Parkinson's, the American Neurological Association journal reports.

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