Carotenoids improve brain function, improves neural efficiency.

brainA new study, published by the University of Georgia, has revealed that specific substances encourage the brain to more neurally efficient. The research was conducted by the Department of Psychology and uses a functional MRI process to investigate brain activity with administration of certain substances.  Continue reading “Carotenoids improve brain function, improves neural efficiency.”

Gut microbes impact on conventional chemotherapy; more likely to respond to imuno-therapy treatment

news_20151027_gut_bacteria_full_169Gut bacteria have been associated with a number of immune diseases and treatment of diverse medical conditions. A new study presented at the National Cancer Research Institute’s (NCRI) Cancer conference in Liverpool has highlighted the role of gut bacteria with cancer immuno-therapy treatment. Continue reading “Gut microbes impact on conventional chemotherapy; more likely to respond to imuno-therapy treatment”