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High dose Resveratrol may stabilise mild to moderate Alzheimer’s

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High dose veseratrol, a powerful polyphenol, seems capable of stabilising mild to moderate dementia patients because of its anti-inflammatory and sirtuin-producing benefits. Resveratrol is a...

Alzheimer’s and Dementia risk reduced by exercise

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Just 30 minutes a day of exercise 5 days a week can reduce Alzheimer's risk, providing benefits in the brain cortex, improving functional ability,...

The Truth about Vitamin D – 15 years late

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Some 15 years ago I wrote our first article on vitamin D. As always it was science-based and used a good number of research...

Acetyl-l-carnitine and dementia

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Three studies have now shown that acetyl-l-carnitine can reduce the progression of Alzheimer's or Dementia and improve the performance of drugs; it can also...

Obesity in your middle age now linked to Dementia and Alzheimer’s

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People aged 40 - 60 and who are obese are at almost four times more likely to develop dementia/Alzheimer's in later life than people...

Can coconut oil help fight Alzheimer’s?

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Here we present a review of the research and claims that coconut oil can reverse Alzheimer's and Dementia because of the Medium Chain Triglycerides...

B Vitamins and Fish Oils Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk

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Homocysteine, B vitamins and reducing Alzheimer's risk In Alzheimer’s, the cerebral cortex is reduced, the brain shrinks (this is called cerebral atrophy) and the...

B vitamins reduce homocysteine and brain shrinkage

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Homocysteine can cause brain shrinkage Preliminary research by a team of scientists lead by David Smith, Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology at Oxford has shown that...

Are Alzheimer’s and dementia simply linked to gluten?

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So thinks David Perlmutter who practices in Naples, Florida. He holds a medical doctorate from the University of Miami School of Medicine and is...

Alzheimer’s linked to low vitamin D levels

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Scientists at London’s Kingston University have uncovered evidence that lack of a particular form of vitamin D is associated with Alzheimer’s disease. The Kingston...

Sunshine can keep dementia at bay

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Researchers, led by David J. Llewellyn at the University of Exeter Medical School, have found that adults who suffered from a severe deficiency of vitamin D...

Dementia linked to taking OTC drugs

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In the JAMA journal of Internal Medicine, (Jan 26th, 2015) researchers have linked higher doses and prolonged use of common over-the-counter drugs to a...