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Is It Too Late to Reverse Alzheimer’s Disease?
Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive symptoms can be improved at any age and at any stage of decline. For the best results possible, start working to reverse cognitive decline today.
Protein Requirements: Animal Proteins vs Plant-Based Proteins
For optimal health we need enough protein, but not too much. How does plant based protein compare to animal based protein when it comes to promoting our health?
The Impact of Obesity on Alzheimer’s Disease
Research shows that people with a higher BMI during midlife have a greater risk for developing Alzheimer’s. One mechanism behind this connection is that diet induced obesity has been shown to increase the permeability of the blood-brain barrier.
Crispy Salmon Cakes
These crispy salmon cakes are a great way to boost your intake of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids.
Lifestyle Factors to Reinforce Brain Health
In addition to our diet, exercise, education and brain training are some of the best ways to reinforce brain health.
The Fasting Mimicking Diet and its Relationship to Alzheimer’s Disease
The Fasting Mimicking Diet was created by Dr. Valter Longo, who is the Director of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California.
“The End of Alzheimer’s Program”, What’s in the New Book by Dr. Dale Bredesen
Here we review Dr. Dale Bredesen's new book, “The End of Alzheimer's Program” which comes out later this month.
These flaxseed flatbreads are the perfect grain-free alternative to traditional flatbreads, tortillas, or wraps.
The Different Types of Ketone Testing
There are three types of ketone tests, those that measure beta-hydroxybutyrate levels in your blood, those that measure acetone levels from your breath, and those that measure acetoacetate levels in your urine.
The Effect of Socioeconomic Status on Alzheimer’s Disease
There is increasing research that indicates being in a low socioeconomic bracket increases the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
How to Create a Lasting Behavior Change
Behavior change is one of the most challenging things a person can do. These tips will help make it easier.