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Alzheimer's Disease

Proteins Explain Why Some People Function Normally Despite Signs Of Alzheimer's In Their Brains

Susan Scutti, Dec 21, 2015
Many elderly people function and behave normally despite the fact that a brain scan (or later, an autopsy) will display characteristics of Alzheimer's disease.

How pomegranate can flush Alzheimer’s out of your brain

Easy Health Options, 2015
The first time it happens, it’s downright scary. “What is her name? I’ve know her for years…”
“Why did I come in this room?” Alzheimer’s is so prevalent, you can’t help but fear it.

Do you consume too much copper? Copper from diet linked to increased risk of Alzheimer's disease


Over the past 50 to 100 years, the incidence of new Alzheimer's disease cases have remained relatively low, partly due to poor diagnostic techniques, but to a much larger extent, because the root dietary and lifestyle practices that precipitate this devastating illness were minimized or non-existent. Food processing methods, exposure to household chemicals and environmental toxins and lack of physical activity have all contributed to an explosion in the number of people with early stages of Alzheimer's dementia as well as those suffering from more advanced forms of the disease.

Coconut oil can stop dementia and Alzheimer's disease


You can prevent (and reverse) dementia, Alzheimer's disease, ALS, multiple sclerosis, plus many other neurodegenerative disorders by eating coconut-related foods. This is not just a "health nut" making these claims - it's all backed by scientific research and touted by many natural healthcare professionals like, Dr. Bruce Fife and Dr. Russell Blaylock.

Mechanisms for vitamin D, curcumin in Alzheimer's disease identified

Writing in the March 6, 2012 issue of the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, researchers at the University of California and the Scripps Institute elucidate mechanisms for vitamin D and a synthetic form of curcumin in clearing the brain of amyloid beta, a toxic protein that forms the plaques that are believed to be a major cause of the neurodegeneration that occurs in Alzheimer's disease.