For centuries, Chinese medicine men have sworn by a natural way to fight Alzheimer's disease.
It's an extract called huperzine A. It comes from Huperzia serrate, a moss‐like plant found in Asia.
Published studies have shown huperzine A to be safe and effective. New Hope for Nature’s Alzheimer’s Remedy...
Dr Seth Herzon is the research scientist who found the solution. He is a H... ››› more
Scientists have found a strange link between oral health and the state of the mind.
Regardless of how strange it is, it does give us hope against Alzheimer's because it's something we can control. Prevent gum disease and keep Alzheimer’s away…
Dentists could soon be thanking scientists at the University of Central Lancashire for a boost in business. This, after their study showed that p... ››› more
We all associate Alzheimer's with memory loss. But that's not the only way this disease disrupts your life. Alzheimer's is a disease of the brain so it affects all brain functions.
It's important to recognise new symptoms - before they increase over time… There are strategies that help prevent and slow down the progression of the disease. Look out for these signs in your loved ones' behav... ››› more
The idea of losing your mind and with it much of your personality and dignity is terrifying. Worse - you may believe there is nothing you can do about it.
But leading integrative medicine neurologist and author of Grain Brain, Dr David Perlmutter confirms, “Alzheimer's is preventable.”
Keep reading to find out about a natural nutrient that helps prevent Alzheimer's... The spice that coul... ››› more
According to research, eating foods rich in vitamin E - such as avocados, olives, and nuts - could lower your risk of developing Parkinson's disease.
This news comes from an analysis of past studies examining the role dietary antioxidants play in lowering Parkinson's disease risk. Imagine preventing Parkinson's just by eating these delicious foods?
Although the cause of Parkinson’s d... ››› more
It's scary and it could kill you.
But, it doesn't always kill you - not unless you have recurring strokes - but if you survive one, scientists recently discovered it ages your brain - literally overnight - by 8 years.
For each recurring stroke, you could lose almost a decade of brain functionality. Around 25% of people who have strokes, have a recurrence.
But 80% of stroke... ››› more
The more you read up on Alzheimer's, and the more you hear about it, the information and advice is always about helping them retain their memory.
But there's one symptom that often gets overlooked - and if you know about it, you could make a HUGE difference in your loved one's life.
Keep reading... The less-spoken-about symptom of Alzheimer's...
This symptom is Apathy. It describes ... ››› more
In one in three Magnetic Resonance Imaging scans (MRI), doctors use a metallic chemical called Gadolinium contrast to enhance the visibility of the MRI scan.
This chemical was thought to be safe until recently, when scientists found trace amounts of it in the brains of Alzheimer's patients. Even the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued tougher warnings on the use of this chemical.
Whil... ››› more
You may have come across reports claiming that cholesterol-lowering statin drugs have shown potential in lowering the risk of Alzheimer's disease.
However, statin drugs can actually cause memory loss as a side effect. Not only that but it's important to understand that cholesterol is not only important to your brain - it IS your brain.
Your brain is made up of 60-70% cholesterol by weight. S... ››› more
You know that what you eat plays a big role in your brain health. For example, fish is labelled a top brain food because it contains brain-boosting omega-3 fatty acids. But omega-3 isn't the only nutrient your brain needs…
Following a healthy diet is super important because it helps "feed" your brain. But there are two nutrients in particular that you probably aren't getting enough of in your... ››› more
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