Could caffeine help prevent dementia?

MILWAUKEE – A new study suggests a significant relationship between caffeine and dementia prevention, though it stops short of establishing cause and effect. The study, published in The Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, found higher caffeine intake in women age 65 and older was associated with reduced odds of developing dementia or cognitive impairment. Among …


What Women Must Know – How to Heal SIBO, IBS, Constipation, Candida and More Gut Issues with Randy Porubcan – 03.31.16

In 1975, Randy Porubcan received his Masters Degree in biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Since then, he has worked in food and agriculture microbiology for over 30 years. Mr. Porubcan has designed and built fermentation facilities around the world, conducting business in over 30 countries, and has authoring numerous publications and patents.

In 2002, Mr. Porubcan founded Master Supplements, Incorporated. The corporation’s mission is to research naturally occurring, symbiotic, probiotic micro-organisms and bioactive prebiotics and develop high potency nutraceutical products based on this research.


Discovery: Many white-tailed deer have malaria

Two years ago, Ellen Martinsen, was collecting mosquitoes at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, looking for malaria that might infect birds–when she discovered something strange: a DNA profile, from parasites in the mosquitoes, that she couldn’t identify. By chance, she had discovered a malaria parasite, Plasmodium odocoilei–that infects white-tailed deer. It’s the first-ever malaria parasite known to live in a deer species …