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What causes dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, autism, ADD, ADHD and other neurodegen E-mail

Comments by J. C. Spencer

This article helps us understand what is causing Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, Autism, ADD, ADHD, and other neurodegenerative challenges which may be caused by a misfolded (mutated) toxic proteins. An article was released today by ScienceDaily on the story we reported recently about what scientists are now saying causes neurodegenerative diseases. Connect the dots and they lead to sugars, specifically trehalose for helping correct the gene expression caused by the toxicity in the RNA. Bottom line: Get the toxin out.

Lowering the cost of healthcare starts with cutting off the supply line of toxins coming into the body. The second and third steps are to get the toxins out of the system and get good nutrients into the body.

How RNA Toxicity Contributes To Neurodegenerative Disease.

ScienceDaily (May 21, 2008) — Expanding on prior research performed at the University of Pennsylvania, Penn biologists have determined that faulty RNA, the blueprint that creates mutated, toxic proteins, contributes to a family of neurodegenerative disorders in humans.

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Breeding a new cranberry with a high anti-oxidant sugar E-mail
Editor’s note:
It is a wonderful science when we breed plants to be more healthful.  As a boy on our Missouri farm, I remember saving the seed year after year from the biggest and best Beefsteak tomatoes until they were tastier and weighed two pounds.  I haven’t tasted a tomato that delicious in fifty years.  The selective breeding of plants is a wonderful way to improve our fruits and vegetables when the focus is on quality.  When the focus is on quantity (more production per acre) often the quality is sacrificed.  The new cranberry can be a good thing.  Here is interesting information on breeding a new cranberry by improving its sugar content with more anti-oxidants.  Selective breeding can be good or bad.  Genetic engineering can be good or bad.  Many checks and balances through testing are necessary.  Safety studies should be conducted by feeding the newly designed plants to animals prior to thrusting them upon the human population. - JC Spencer
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The Top 10 Functional Food Trends in America E-mail

Comment by J. C. Spencer:
Replacing bad foods with better foods for optimal health is the bend in the road that everyone MUST take or the bend in the road will be the end of the road.  The obvious paradigm shift in healthcare is moving rapidly toward more and better supplementation and functional foods.  The general public is demanding it.  We are seeing a revival of what the father of medicine, Hippocrates said, “Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food.“ 

Medical News Fri 18 April, 2008 Newswise

Foods that may provide a health benefit beyond basic nutrition, identified as functional foods, are becoming a key part of everyday life, according to a new article appearing in Food Technology, a publication of the scientific Institute of Food Technologists.

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Convert junk food to health food by using the health sugar trehalose? E-mail

Comments by J. C. Spencer
Some schools are thinking more about healthful foods, less junk foods, and health sugars at school. This article helps show the way and is descriptive of things to come. There is a shift in the way people are thinking about healthcare, wellness, and prevention especially for their children. Candy, cupcakes, and other desserts need not disappear when we use good sugars like trehalose in the recipes even when sugar is the lead ingredient. I applaud the writer, the school and Gateway Newspaper for this article.

The days of school parties with cupcakes and candy as treats are fading quickly.

With raising concerns of inactivity, obesity and poor eating habits, school districts have developed nutrition and wellness policies to encourage healthy lifestyles.

And that means no junk food.

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NIH Study Finds Persistent Brain Changes in Cocaine Dependancy E-mail

Comments by J. C. Spencer

The NIH issued a News Release today on a new study that found persistent brain changes in response to cocaine dependancy.

The brain changes, I believe, may be more difficult to correct than the addiction itself. You cannot have brain changes without altering the glycoproteins. Glycoprotein receptor sites are the communication system. We have used glycomics to improve brain function and some addictions seem to be helped with certain nutrition.

This study by NIH may help solve a mystery I experienced over twenty years ago while learning with a doctor from the UK. I reported the following in my book Expand Your Mind - Improve Your Brain.

I had the privilege many years ago, to get acquainted and become friends with, the late Dr. Meg Patterson, and her husband, George. Dr. Patterson, a Scottish surgeon, was a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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ADD, ADHD, Autistic, and Bi-polar Children Need to Change Sugars E-mail

Comments by J. C. Spencer

Many very bright children have been misdiagnosed ADD, ADHD, Autistic, bi-polar, manic depressive, or psychotic.  Yes, we know that many young children are out of control, disorderly and unable to settle down. But should they be victimized and punished for parent’s and teacher’s neglect or lack of knowledge in knowing what to do?  Should the children be drugged into compliance?

Our children are screaming for help, but parents and teachers are really not listening to what they’re saying. Instead, many parents and teachers are just hoping to quiet them with drugs or entertainment so they can get a little peace and quiet themselves. Drugs are not normally the answer, but they are taking the place of the answer. 

When as much focus is put on good nutrition as is put on drugs, a big part of the problem can be resolved.  Harmful sugars and other toxins in junk food are damaging our children and compounding the problem.

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Genetics Pioneer Victor A. McKusick Dies - He Mapped the Inner World E-mail

Comments by J. C. Spencer

Victor A. McKusick Victor A. McKusick died last Tuesday (July 22, 2008). Without the genetics pioneer work of Victor A. McKusick, glycomics would be an operating system (OS) without a program to run on it. His work will help drive medical science from now on. He was the FATHER OF MEDICAL GENETICS. In the late 1960s, he proposed that all the human genes be mapped to the individual chromosomes in their own specified order, it was an idea that seemed preposterous, difficult and boring. Peter Goodfellow, a distinguished English geneticist, said last year, "He was the one on the planet who held the faith and who thought that it was actually worthwhile to map the genes.

Now the story of Victor A. McKusick

A Genetics Pioneer Who Mapped the Inner World

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Protein Found To Identify Malignant Melanoma E-mail

Comments by J. C. Spencer

We have learned that misfolding of proteins is the cause or contributing factor for neurodegenerative diseases.  Proteins overexpressed in ways outside the normal seem to be the triggering factor that causes cancer.
Weak or false glycoptrotein signals is the cause for misfolding or overexpressing of protein.  New research on malignant melanoma at University of Rochester targets a specific protein.

Here is the report.  The Abstract of the Study follows the report by ScienceDaily.

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University of Rochester Medical Center researchers found a new protein produced excessively in malignant melanoma, a discovery that is particularly relevant as skin cancer rates climb dramatically among young women.

The protein, IMP-3, is not over-expressed in harmless moles but is increased in the most dangerous types of skin cancer,

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