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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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Alzheimer's Disease: New Genetic Culprit Found

05 Oct 2017 | 32,894 Views

APoE4 is the gene most often associated with Alzheimer's disease, but now research suggests a different gene, TOMM40, may play an even bigger role. Remember, however, that your genes are not your destiny, and there's a tremendous amount you can do to lower your Alzheimer's risk, regardless of genetic predisposition.

The Strange Connection Between Vision Loss and Alzheimer’s

04 Sep 2017 | 211,129 Views

Weird link found between amyloid buildup in this location and in your brain. Wreaks all kinds of havoc in both places, but this one's far easier and simpler to detect than in your brain. And it could give you precious prevention time, because days count more than you think. Do this today.

ReCODE: The Reversal of Cognitive Decline

27 Aug 2017 | 165,261 Views

Don't listen to traditional medicine's claims about Alzheimer's. A whopping 95 percent of cases are caused by lifestyle factors over which we have plenty of control. Many of us are walking around with the beginnings of Alzheimer's and don't even realize it - get started now to help safeguard your future.

Strawberry Compound a Key to Good Memory

24 Jul 2017 | 20,976 Views

More research is emerging about a little-known compound called fisetin, shown to have multiple disease-negating effects throughout your body, especially in your brain. Strawberries contain more fisetin than any other fruit, but they also top the 'Dirty Dozen' list of most pesticide-ridden produce. How can you get around that?

Alzheimer’s Deaths Exceed Half a Million a Year in the US

15 Jun 2017 | 209,899 Views

With rates soaring at least 55 percent in recent years, this has become deadly to adults. Please do not ignore it - start following this 14-step plan today, it's your best chance of baffling it before it gets within your strike zone.

Cannabis May Help Rejuvenate the Aging Brain and Ward Off Dementia

25 May 2017 | 224,987 Views

Research shows it stops buildup of beta amyloid plaque in the brain - a hallmark of Alzheimer's. And that it promotes homeostasis and helps you respond to stress. All it takes is a small amount to restore a youthful brain. A late-breaking study confirmed it, many times over.

Can Ginkgo Give Your Brain a Boost?

15 May 2017 | 27,491 Views

While scientists have shown the plant extract ginkgo biloba can protect your brain from exposure to aluminum - a known neurotoxin - optimizing your diet and lifestyle with the goal of preventing a degenerative brain disease is a far better approach to healthy living

Insulin Resistance Speeds Up Cognitive Decline

27 Apr 2017 | 237,067 Views

It's getting hard to ignore. Alzheimer's is now linked to this far-reaching condition that touches millions - and influences your brain's formation of synaptic connections. It pummels your brain's blood vessels, promotes plaque formation and blocks your memory. How to stop it today.

Latest Perk for Coffee Drinkers: A Boost of Beneficial Enzymes

20 Mar 2017 | 61,350 Views

A new study shows another reason why coffee is good for you, adding to many other benefits already noted, such as lowering your cancer, diabetes and Parkinson's disease risks. Now, it's been identified as a compound that may minimize your risk for dementia by protecting neurons in your brain.

The Subtle Early Signals of Dementia in Someone You Love

16 Feb 2017 | 121,164 Views

While memory loss is often considered to be the first sign of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, experts suggest subtler changes in mood and behavior often occur first. Find out what signs and symptoms are a 'normal' part of aging and which one may indicate a more serious problem.


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