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Four Tablespoons of This "Brain Food" May Prevent Alzheimer's

When your brain's production of insulin decreases, it begins to starve as it's deprived of the energy it needs to function normally. But taking four tablespoons of this "brain food" each day can...

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Resveratrol’s Link to Slowing Alzheimer’s

08 Aug 2016 | 35,741 Views

Resveratrol is a polyphenol recently identified as a promising compound in relation to the fight against Alzheimer's, which affects 5 million Americans annually. Studies point to the role inflammation plays in the disease and the potent anti-inflammatory effects of resveratrol in slowing - and even stopping - its progression.

Memory Loss or Dementia?

28 Jul 2016 | 70,475 Views

Learn how to determine if your lapses in memory are normal or an early sign of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease. Plus, if you're concerned about brain health, here's what you should be eating starting today.

Alzheimer's Disease May Result From Past Brain Infections

09 Jun 2016 | 68,537 Views

Accumulating evidence suggests Alzheimer's disease may be infectious in nature. Beta-amyloid plaque buildup may be what's left behind after your brain fights off various infectious agents.

Alzheimer’s and Lyme —Two Diseases Driven by Inappropriate Interventions in the Food Chain

12 Nov 2015 | 254,261 Views

First discovered in 2005, eating these foods invites brain-wasting proteins into your bloodstream and remove insulin receptors from nerve cells in your brain, rendering those neurons insulin resistant, and eventually your memory begins to deteriorate...

Resveratrol May Offer Protection Against Alzheimer’s

28 Sep 2015 | 252,921 Views

By simply taking this substance found in berries, you'll almost automatically improve cerebral blood flow to your brain which can protect you against vascular dementia, as well as stroke. What's more, it may prevent Alzheimer's forming plaque from forming in your brain...

Theoretical Evidence for Human-to-Human Transmission of Alzheimer's

24 Sep 2015 | 367,996 Views

If the thought of having your brain hacked apart by an irreversible disease makes you shudder, this is a must-read. Particularly since some foods can trigger slow-acting Alzheimer's (like Mad Cow's disease), and recent studies show it may be transmissible...

Too Much Weight at 50 Tied to Early Alzheimer's

17 Sep 2015 | 46,974 Views

If you're overweight or obese in mid-life, it could trigger the onset of Alzheimer's symptoms years earlier. In addition to losing weight, there are numerous healthy changes you can make to lower your risk of this devastating disease.

Alzheimer’s — A Disease Fed by Sugar

13 Aug 2015 | 349,983 Views

Compelling evidence now shows this food destroys your brain, making certain parts unable to carry out complex processes. Besides shunning this food, here are 2 other astonishing ways to prevent Alzheimer's... one even works like a vacuum cleaner to flush waste out of your brain.

Advancements in Alzheimer’s Disease Detection and Risk Assessment

09 Jul 2015 | 313,278 Views

Diagnoses are set to triple over the coming decades, and once you've been caught in its trap there is no known cure. But here's how to get a 20-year advanced "heads up" so you can correct your path and dodge it before it hits you like a runaway train.

Might Alzheimer’s Disease Be “Foodborne”?

04 Jun 2015 | 482,287 Views

You will probably eat this today, yet it contains a protein that made Alzheimer's patients 10 times more likely to have been cognitively impaired at death. Will your love of this food eat a hole in your brain tomorrow?

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