I’ve written before that my experience is that individuals believe their physical health and wellbeing is generally much more controllable than their mental function. Many believe, for example, that lifestyle modification can keep, say, heart disease or type 2 diabetes at bay, but that their risk of dementia is essentially in the lap of the gods.
Alzheimer’s disease cases are growing at an unprecedented rate with new cases expected to double by the year 2030. A news release from Alzheimer’s Disease International considers this the single most significant health and social crisis of the 21st century.
It's dangerous and unnecessary and I won't allow any products with it in my house.
Sure, that could be food coloring, hydrogenated oils, HFCS or any number of poisons the mainstream defends at all costs. But if you know me at all, you know I'm talking about acetaminophen.
Question: What are your dosing guidelines for fish oil, natural hormones, and lithium to prevent Alzheimer's disease?
Many people believe occasional lapses in memory are normal and part of getting old, but medical research shows us that `senior moments’ should not be viewed as normal aging and are cause for concer
Question: I know I should be avoiding aluminum. What's your advice for eliminating it from my life?
Join me in a toast?
Cheers! (Prost, salute, and L'chaim too!)
It’s official. Well…about as official as we can get at any rate. Moderate drinking…a maximum of two drinks per day for men and one drink per day for women…offers an impressive amount of protection against Alzheimer’s and cognitive decline.
Mineral and herbal baths have been used for used for thousands of years to relieve everything from sore muscles and joints to arthritis and much more.
“He got lost driving home from the store where he has done his grocery shopping for more then 20 years now…and it’s only five minutes from home.”
It seems that clogged arteries can be bad for more than just your heart. According to a recent article published by the American Heart Association (AHA), clogged arteries can also affect blood flow to your brain and cause dementia.