Can you do anything about Alzheimer's ?

Posted by Rufus Greenbaum on

There MAY be a few things that we can do now to reduce our chance of developing Dementia or stop it happening

 1. Changing your diet and lifestyle may help you avoid Alzheimer's

 2. There are ways to test for your risk of Alzheimer's and maybe halt the progress

Professor David Smith has been testing people for Dementia at Oxford University for over 30 years and has seen the early signs of brain shrinkage at least 20 years before the symptoms become visible to family and friends. Look for the OPTIMA project or search for "AD Smith" 

They have found that a blood test for high Homocysteine is a very good indicator that matches their MRI scans and clinical observations and other medical
tests.

A charity, Food For The Brain has developed an online test for people aged over 50 who suspect that they have mild Cognitive Impairment. So far more than 250,000 people have taken the test and consistently 11% fail

If you fail the online test, you receive a letter for your doctor that suggests that they test for Homocysteine

Doctors know that they can reduce high Homocysteine with a cocktail of high strength vitamins and Omega-3 fish oil

So, maybe you can reduce your risk by:

* eating foods suggested by Food For The Brain
* doing simple modest exercise like brisk walking
* exercising your brain by being sociable
* stimulate your brain by learning a new skill or a new language or doing crosswords or sudoku

Learn more from:
www.foodforthebrain.org

www.expertomega3.com

www.vitamindwiki.com 

YouTube talk ( about Alzheimer's & Citizen Activism )

Then come back here to GreenVits and see what products we have for you


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