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Caffeine and Ketones

Caffeine and Ketones

Caffeine is one of, if not the most popular drug used in America, consumed by over 80% of US adults. As a result, it is also an extremely well-studied compound. Most caffeine is consumed as coffee; however, caffeine is also found in chocolate, soft drinks, energy drinks, sports supplements, and...

Benefits of Consuming Electrolytes with Exogenous Ketones

Benefits of Consuming Electrolytes with Exogenous Ketones

Exogenous ketones are gaining more attention as scientific research continues to support their use in improving human health. They are popular supplements to take alongside a ketogenic diet, to improve athletic performance, to induce therapeutic ketosis without the need to change your diet, or...

How to Choose an Exogenous Ketone Supplement

How to Choose an Exogenous Ketone Supplement

As ketogenic diets have grown in popularity the number of "keto" products and supplement hitting the shelves are increasing as well. Some of  these products are exogenous ketone supplements. While this is great news because research continues to support their applications for therapeutic and...

Ketogenic Diets versus Exogenous Ketones

Ketogenic Diets versus Exogenous Ketones

Research continues to support the therapeutic potential of ketogenic diets for a growing list of conditions ranging from obesity and type-2 diabetes to neurological disorders, and cancer. Almost every day it seems like a new study is added to the diet’s repertoire of benefits; benefits that are...

Alcohol Metabolism, Observations and Suggestions

Alcohol Metabolism, Observations and Suggestions

Written by: Dr. Nicholas Mencer, DO, Dr. Dominic D’Agostino, PhD, and Kristi Storoschuk From a glass of champagne on New Year’s Eve, to a beer while watching America’s favorite pastime, to going out with friends after a long day of work, alcoholic beverages have long been a drink of choice of the...

First research results from the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations 23/ Changes in Individual and Team Cognition in High Stress Extreme Underwater Saturation Environment Under Intense Workload

First research results from the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations 23/ Changes in Individual and Team Cognition in High Stress Extreme Underwater Saturation Environment Under Intense Workload

Dr. Csilla Ari D`Agostino exiting the NASA Aquarius habitat to perform cognitive tests on the waterproofed iPad As many of you know our team participated in the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations 23 during the summer of 2019. In the upcoming blog posts we will give a little insight into...

What is cancer cachexia and why is it a problem worth investigating?

What is cancer cachexia and why is it a problem worth investigating?

Cancer cachexia is a devastating comorbidity of cancer, with a defining hallmark of muscle wasting. The condition can severely reduce quality of life and patient survival. In fact, 20% of all cancer-related deaths are the result of cachexia with almost all patients experiencing symptoms of...

Processed foods cause us to overeat and gain weight

Processed foods cause us to overeat and gain weight

Most people already know processed foods aren’t health foods, but that doesn’t stop most people from eating them. They’re tasty, they’re convenient, and they’ve got billions of marketing dollars behind them that play with the brain and reel people in. Speaking of playing with the brain… These...

Tribute to Dr. Richard Veech

Tribute to Dr. Richard Veech

Richard L. (Bud) Veech: His contribution to science and medicine in simple terms By his friend William Curtis Sometimes it takes a prediction coming true to prove a hypothesis. Einstein predicted the gravity of the sun would bend the light from stars. He had to wait for Edington to take pictures...

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