Stress & Cognition

Stress & Cognition

Nutrients aid coping and memory Green tea, rhodiola, magnesium, and B vitamins This combination of nutrients effectively reduced social stress in 100 moderately stressed adults, aged 18 to 50. Participants took a placebo, or some combination of 150 mg magnesium, 700 mcg vitamin B6, 100 mcg B1, 1 mcg B12, 125 mg green tea, and 225 mg rhodiola. Doctors fitted…

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Calm Young Adults

Calm Young Adults

Magnesium reduced hostility in young adults Earlier clinical trials found a link between magnesium and improved mood, but this is the first to explore magnesium and hostility. In this study, doctors estimated magnesium in the diets of 4,716 young adults, aged 18 to 30, from their answers to food questionnaires and nutritional supplement reports. They found a direct link: as…

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Resveratrol and Fiber Improve Life and Health During Menopause

Resveratrol and Fiber Improve Life and Health During Menopause

Resveratrol reduces pain, improves QOL in menopause Doctors think some of the discomforts of menopause come from declining levels of estrogen. In two earlier, shorter studies, resveratrol—a phytoestrogen—improved pain and feelings of well-being in postmenopausal women. In this longer-term third arm of the study, 125 healthy postmenopausal women took a placebo or 75 mg of resveratrol twice daily, in alternating,…

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“Campbell’s Grocery Can’t Be Beat Yet” – Campbell’s Customer Service Leader To Play Wooly’s In Des Moines

Campbell’s Grocery can’t be beat yet– been here 80 years and more. -lyric from “In Des Moines” by Origami Animals Austin Barnhill is soft-spoken, but a presence.  The Des Moines area native has served as a cashier and customer service leader at Campbell’s Nutrition since 2014.  Tall and cheery, he is a staple in the store, as much as the…

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