Byron J. Richards

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Quercetin Reduces Pain, Anxiety, and Depression

25th May 2010
Corticotropin-releasing hormone/factor (CRH, also called CRF) is released by your hypothalamus gland to coordinate the production of adrenal hormones and your stress response. Chronic stress can lead to excess CRH production, in turn directly causing anxi... Read >

BAMLET AND HAMLET – A New Play or a Cure for Cancer?

30th April 2010
There are two new actors on stage in the war on cancer, BAMLET AND HAMLET. It was a fluke discovery; HAMLET was stumbled onto by researchers trying to figure out why breast milk kills bacteria. Instead they found a potent cancer-killing compound that does... Read >

How Imbalanced Digestive Bacteria Cause Obesity & Heart Disease

15th March 2010
Science now reveals that the foreign contents within your digestive tract play a dramatic role in your energy level, metabolic function, body weight, and cardiovascular health. While it is not the only causative factor involved in obesity and the metaboli... Read >

Quercetin: A Rising Star for Nerves, Immunity, and Metabolism

30th October 2009
Quercetin is a common flavonoid found in many fresh fruits and vegetables. It has been in widespread use in the dietary supplement industry for the past two decades due to its natural anti-histamine properties. New research is dramatically expanding our u... Read >

New Insights on Addiction, Mood, Memory, and Cognitive Ability

05th October 2009
An array of new science is painting not only a clear picture of addiction but of how the same brain issues relate to poor memory, poor mood, and poor cognitive function. While we can think of addiction in terms of a clinical problem like drug or alcohol a... Read >

Oprah Crazy Talk Bioidentical Hormones Helpful or Harmful? (Part 1)

26th June 2009
Newsweek recently indulged in tabloid journalism, featuring Oprah on the cover with the headline: CRAZY TALK, Oprah, Wacky Cures, & You. The specific emphasis of the article was an attack on Suzzane Summers, Oprah, and bioidentical hormones. The Genie... Read >

What is the Leptin Diet?

15th May 2009
Eating in harmony with leptin turns out to be the secret to activating your metabolism, even getting a sluggish thyroid back into gear. While leptin is a hormone that is made in your fat, when it enters your brain properly it provides a metabolic go signa... Read >