Thanks For The Memories

The pestering head of occasional forgetfulness rears itself just about the time we reach middle age. That happens because the brain has more than one location in which to store information. Even…

Focus: The Cell Membrane

The membrane of the cell and the organelles are composed of two fatty acid tails facing each other. The bilipid layer is minute in comparison to its vital role as cell protector with a thickness of 3…

Dr. David Horrobin on Schizophrenia

David Horrobin MD, PhD, was one of the leading fatty acid researchers in the world. He had a life-time fascination with schizophrenia which culminated in his 2001 publication, “The Madness of Adam…

The Nerve of That Signal

Nerves carry signals throughout the body initiating activity in the body and brain. What has been slow to grasp is the role of the cell membrane in carrying those signals. The membrane is the…

The 4:1 Fatty Acid Ratio and the Brain

Delving into the subject of the Brain and Essential Fats is a difficult journey, primarily because of how important the topic is and how little we know about how we think. There are 100 billion…

Fat Facts: Omega 3 and Omega 6 Fatty Acids

Omega-3 fatty acids —EPA and DHA— are the BIG news in nutritional m medicine today — and for some very good reasons. The Scientific evidence is now irrefutable that DHA and EPA are essential for good…

Uridine and PC

Whether the human body contains ten trillion or a hundred trillion cells makes little difference. It would take several lifetimes to count them. What does matter is how those cells communicate with…

PC: The Fountain of Health

Phosphatidylcholine is a wunderbar nutrient – yet, it remains an enigma. At 6 syllables it’s a bit of a tongue twister, easier to say PC. In Europe, it’s even longer, Polyenylphosphatidylcholine, 10…

Phillip Plath

Phillip started mountain bike racing in 1994 and helped invent his very own racing category - Clydesdale. California's state championship series has had the category since 1995. Clydesdale racers…

Oren Motevassel

Oren Motevassel, the No. 1 seed, of Alpharetta, Ga., recently claimed the men’s open title at the United States Professional Tennis Association Hard Court Championships. Motevassel, who is originally…