Monthly Archives: March 2013

SSRIs are “selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors” and SNRIs are “selective norepinepherine reuptake inhibitors”. These are antidepressant medications that work by affecting neurotransmitters. SSRIs and SNRIs slow down the body’s clearing away of the neurotransmitter—enabling it to do its work for a longer time. This has an effect on mood. The first SSRI was fluoxetine (sold […]

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D-Ribose is a naturally occurring monosaccharide, which was once thought to be important only as a structural component of DNA and RNA. Research has shown it to be valuable for energy production in cells. In 1973 Heinz Gerd Zimmer conducted research at the University of Munich and found that D-Ribose helped energy-starved hearts recover from

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D-Ribose is a naturally occurring monosaccharide, which was once thought to be important only as a structural component of DNA and RNA. Research has shown it to be valuable for energy production in cells. In 1973 Heinz Gerd Zimmer conducted research at the University of Munich and found that D-Ribose helped energy-starved hearts recover from

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