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CERI’s “Greatest Hits”

The following articles represent the tip of iceberg of what Smart Life News has to offer.

Survival Guide to the Holiday Season, strategies for coping with holiday stresses.

Living with Alcohol, effective detoxification through nutrition — to prevent hangovers, and minimize liver damage and skin wrinkling.

A Smart-Life Update on Tryptophan, 5-HTP and Serotonin.

Tryptophan and Tourette’s Syndrome, the role of dopaminergic dominance and the use of serotonin therapy.

Deprenyl: A Universal Anti-Aging Strategy? Rejuvenation of the body, brain and mind through neuroendocrine mechanisms.

Recent Developments with Deprenyl, a detailed discussion by Dr. Ward Dean and Steven Wm. Fowkes of recent clinical findings about deprenyl and L-dopa/carbidopa (Sinemet) combination therapy and their personal use of high-purity liquid deprenyl.

DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone), the most plentiful steroid hormone in the human body.

Mitochondrial Nutrition, Cognition and Aging, the role that mitochondrial energy production and nutrition plays in aging, neurodegenerative diseases and senescence — a “cutting edge” of modern science; read about tomorrow’s health-care technology today.

Mitochondria, Hypothyroidism and Weight Loss, including discussion of depression, memory problems and hypometabolism. “Cutting edge” weight-loss information that your doctor probably won't tell you.

Aspartame (in two parts), a thoroughly referenced research update by Mark D. Gold, Steve Fowkes and Ward Dean which thoroughly covers the controversies surrounding this artificial sweetner. Part 1 covers what it is, how it works, how it is metabolized, the effects of methanol, aspartic acid and diketopiperazine, and the tip of the iceberg regarding clinical effects that have been reported by doctors and consumers. Part 2 covers the evidence regarding brain tumors, cancers, birth defects, diabetes, emotional problems, epilepsy, seizures, and the political and regulatory irregularities of aspartame’s approval at the FDA. Must reading, even if you don’t use aspartame.

A nutrition update on GHB (gamma-hydroxybutyrate) from a 1994 issue Smart Drug News.

The Emergence of GHB Alternatives, an article from a 1998 issue Smart Life News.

U.S. Congress Attempts to Criminalize Foods, a recent article from 2000, which was accompanied by a technical update on the widespread use of GHB and GHB analogs in commercial polymer products.

Allergies, Hyperactivity, Phobias & Dyslexia, by Steven Wm. Fowkes. The role of chronic inflammation from childhood inner-ear infections on subsequent cognitive development. A must-read selection for parents.

Smart Drugs and Down’s Syndrome, our first article on this subject.

An update on Piracetam and Altitude, for vacation skiers and airline travelers out there.

The Case for Piracetam in Down’s Syndrome — also covering recent piracetam research for children with sickle-cell anemia and Angelman syndrome, heart disease, hypoxia and anoxia, ataxia, apraxia, etc. Extensively referenced.

Antioxidant Intervention in Down’s Syndrome (part 2 in the series). Nutritional intervention to counteract the overexpression of superoxide dismutase and resulting oxidative stress it creates.

Nutritional Intervention in Down’s Syndrome (part 3), dealing with nutrition issues surrounding collagen (connective tissue) metabolism, methylation metabolism, ammonia metabolism and mineral deficiencies.

Parkinson’s Disease Therapy, a smart-drug update by Annetta Freeman with Anne Fowkes.

Starting an Anti-Parkinson’s Program, the latest article, written by Annetta Freeman with Steve and Anne Fowkes.

The Truth About Testosterone, about the role that testosterone plays in promoting cardiovascular and prostate health, a Smart Life Update written by Steven Wm. Fowkes.

Mercury Toxicity and Alzheimer’s Disease, about definitive explanation of the “first domino” to fall in the Alzheimer’s cascade. This insight ties together all of the known risk factors (and therapies) for Alzheimer’s disease and provides a clinical rationale for systematic Alzheimer’s treatment, prevention and, for the first time, reversal.

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