Lifestyle choices reduce plaques and tangles

UCLA Study Finds Certain Lifestyle Choices Reduce Plaques and Tangles in the Brain

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A recent study found that certain lifestyle factors reduce the amount of amyloid plaque and fibrillary tangles in the brain. These plaques and tangles are always present in the Alzheimer's affected brain. Diet & exercise.

Declining Dementia Rates

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Amidst all of these dire forecasts, a recent study published in Nature Communications (April, 2016) reports declining dementia rates in England. These trends are being seen in other countries as well. And the researchers cannot attribute this downward trend to medical advances.
Can Coconut Oil Cure Alzheimer's Disease?

Can Coconut Oil Cure Alzheimer's Disease?

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The question, "Can Coconut Oil Cure Alzheimer's Disease?" first occurred to Dr. Newport when her husband, Steve, showed marked improvement after she began to include coconut oil in his diet. Just 4 1/2 hours after she first stirred coconut oil into his morning oatmeal he showed a marked improvement in memory functioning on a cognitive test!

Protect Against Alzheimer's

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It may be that a few changes in lifestyle can provide us with protection against Alzheimer's disease and other brain conditions that can lead to dementia. Carefully considering our diet, what we do with our leisure time, and even how we sleep may be our best chance of avoiding dementia.

Can Turmeric Cure Alzheimer's Disease?

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Turmeric has been used as a spice and a medicine for millennia. It is one of the main ingredients  in Indian curry, and is a major component in the traditional Chinese and Indian medicine systems. Turmeric has been called a super food and a super spice. Now we have evidence that turmeric can protect us against Alzheimer's and certain other brain disorders.
ways to prevent Alzheimer's Disease

Preventing Alzheimer's

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Can we prevent Alzheimer's disease? Just as there is no cure,…
ways to prevent Alzheimer's Disease

Bread Head Documentary

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In many ways the the medical strategy involving Alzheimer's disease…