October 12, 2015
|Description: Team Podcast gets together in this episode to discuss recent findings about vitamin C and its usage in our society, a recently discovered gene variant that is associated with delayed early-onset Alzheimer's, how sugar is sugar (no matter how "natural" it is), and an amazing young entrepreneur, Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of Theranos.
Gene Variant Provides Delaying Mechanism in Alzheimer's Disease
Vitamin C Mimics Some Effects of Exercise
Honey, Sugar, and Corn Syrup Have Similar Metabolic Effects
Elizabeth Holmes, Founder of Theranos
Keywords: neuroscience, Alzheimer's disease, neurodegeneration, eotaxin, vitamin C, ascorbic acid, overweight, weight loss, metabolism, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, glucose, sucrose, sugar, honey, HFCS, corn syrup, high fructose, cholesterol, blood pressure, Elizabeth Holmes, Theranos, billionaire, entrepreneur, lab-on-a-chip