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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...
How many of these 11 surprising factors are influencing your memory (for good or for bad) as you read this sentence?
Wallops your mental well-being as it slowly eats holes in your brain and turns it into a sponge, invariably resulting in death. Experts even say one variation of this disease could make HIV/AIDS look like a walk in the park. Are you eating this American favorite?
Mayo Clinic study shows how risky this one food is to your brain, even in small amounts. Another study showed that in just one week, it impaired memory and place recognition. Could preventing Alzheimer's be as simple as avoiding this brain numbing food?
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Rhesus monkeys fed a substance that's still recommended by many public health agencies and nutritionists developed Alzheimer's-like amyloid plaque formations as well as persistent memory decline. How many of these it's hidden in are you still eating?
When you eat this, you are paving the way for Alzheimer's disease, says this leading neurologist. Plus: the forbidden food you should stop avoiding that may be responsible for disease rates soaring over recent decades…
Research from the Mayo Clinic shows this popular food is associated with an 89% increased risk for dementia. So eat less of it (and more of these foods) to help slash your risk of becoming a victim of this growing epidemic.
It naturally allows your glymphatic system to flush out toxins (linked to Alzheimer's) from your brain, back into your circulatory system. From there, the waste eventually reaches your liver, where it's ultimately eliminated.
In 2008, this inexpensive vitamin was found to reduce lung cancer risk by 61%. And there's just been a new breakthrough with this latest study that even left researchers astounded - it was far better at slowing down Alzheimer's than drugs, without the adverse side effects...
It is predicted that 1 in 4 of us will be affected by Alzheimer's, and treatments are rarely effective, making early diagnosis become all the more important. Interestingly, using peanut butter and a ruler may help you detect the disease - and this everyday oil may help reverse it...