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Continue reading PS: Reverse Alzheimer’s and Improve Your Memory With This?
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Tags: alzheimer's, cognitive decline, depression, memory, memory problems, mild cognitive impairment, Parkinson's, phosphatidylserine, supplements
There’s a remarkable story I want to tell you. Amid the ashes of the horrific World War II bombing of Hiroshima stood a lush, green tree, unmarred by the blast. In fact, it continued to spring the same healing leaves that had been revered by the Chinese for more than five centuries.1,2 Now that’s resilient! Even more impressive? Today, scientists are learning that this tree, the world’s oldest living species, may hold the answers to Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease, and other age-related woes. There’s no doubt about it. Ginkgo biloba is a survivor. And a growing body of research suggests […]
Continue reading Can This Super-Healing Plant Help Halt Alzheimer’s?
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Tags: alzheimer's, cardiovascular disease, circulation, cognitive function, dementia, gingko, gingko biloba, heart disease, hypertension, immune system, inflammation, nervous system, oxidative stress
Here’s a great idea for the next Indiana Jones movie that could also help to save your life. Indy is barreling through India, fighting his way from Calcutta to New Delhi, fending off poachers and thieves who are trying to rob him of a valuable golden powder that is reputed to have ancient healing powers. Our hero manages to stash his treasure in an ancient recess deep in the Taj Mahal, only to have it discovered by tourists who think it is powdered gold. After convincing them that the satchel contains poor man’s saffron, Indy delivers his treasure to a […]
Continue reading Curcumin Turmeric: Prevent Alzheimer’s, Reduce Pain, and End Inflammation With THIS
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Tags: alzheimer's, Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, cancer, curcumin, pain relief, turmeric
Researchers led by Kaisu H. Pitkälä, MD, University Helsinki, Finland report that regular exercise may help slow down the physical function deterioration in patients with Alzheimer’s disease who live at home. The results of the randomized Finnish Alzheimer Disease Exercise Trial (FINALEX) also showed that exercising can reduce the patients’ risk for falls without increasing health care costs. The researchers note that while previous studies have shown the benefits of regular exercise in dementia patients staying in nursing homes, this new study shows that exercise intervention can help patients and their families maintain their way of life longer without increasing […]
Continue reading Exercise Beneficial for Dementia Patients Living at Home
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Tags: alzheimer's, physical function deterioration, regular exercise
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