Monday, October 20, 2014
Friday, October 17, 2014
It is a common complaint in people who are at a certain stage of dementia, they won’t eat. When a person who is experiencing a diminished mental faculty will not consume food it can become a very difficult situation for the caretaker. It should be known that the numbers of people who have Alzheimer’s disease is increasing at an alarming rate world wide; many will be faced with confronting this illness. A person with dementia who won’t eat is one of the more difficult situations that one may have to encounter and it can become frustrating.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
When looking for a diet for a person with dementia it is important to know what you are seeking from the meal plan. When it comes to food, this is an area where people are lacking in information in regards to treating Alzheimer’s disease and other illnesses that effect the cognitive functioning. A diet for a person with dementia can literally make a difference in the mood, behavior and personality of the patient.
Within 6 months in the UCLA study the subjects all had improved memory, what is most remarkable is that the protocol used by UCLA is nothing compared to what is used in the Mal Alzheimer’s diet. The benefits with Mal Alzheimer diet is witnessed within 3 months not 6 months like the UCLA study.
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
When you talk about the possibility to reverse Alzheimer’s disease there are always people (who have no understanding of the human brain) who are willing to tell you why it cannot be done. At Mal Alzheimer we have seen the reversal of the symptoms of the illness in many people, despite the critics medical professionals are finally starting to believe. We have shown people that you can reverse Alzheimer’s disease even in middle late stages when you understand how the brain works, this week doctor’s finally agreed!
"Everybody knows you can't reverse this. Once you lose it you can't get it back," said Dr. Dale Bredesen, neuroscientist at UCLA and author of the study.
"And I said, 'Well maybe that's not the case.'"
They witnesssed a reversal in 10 people in the UCLA study
"So this is the beginning. This is the toe in the water. We are seeing for the first time reversals in cognitive decline, and we need to do many more patients and we need to do much more documentation," said Bredesen.
We don’t want to say I told you so…but..this is the case…we did. With this news from UCLA expect to see many imitators of our diet in the next few years but stick with the original Mal Alzheimer diet
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Thursday, September 11, 2014
What foods should a person with Alzheimer’s eat is one of the more common questions yet few get the right answers. It is clear that most people including medical professionals are not fully aware that food has a powerful impact on the brain of a person with this illness. If you are a caretaker it is important that you know more than the patient’s doctors, you are the one who will be administering most of the food not the doctors. In addressing the question of what foods should a person with Alzheimer’s disease eat we will reveal a very fascinating connection to another illness.
Friday, August 22, 2014
We received an email “What should someone with Alzheimer’s disease eat?” this is an excellent question that is best answered from a scientific perspective. It should be noted right from the start that dementia is not a hopeless situation; much can be done to reverse symptoms of this illness. The sooner that people come to the realization that the brain has a tremendous capacity to heal better the outcome for the person. This brings us back to the question of “What should someone with Alzheimer’s disease eat?” to best answer the question we should address what the diet is trying to do.
A study published in Nutritional Neuroscience found that after ingesting green tea substances were found in the bloodstream but that it did not cross into the brain blood barrier
Following acute ingestion of green tea by six human subjects, HPLC-MS2 analysis revealed that flavan-3-ol methyl, glucuronide and sulfate metabolites appeared in the bloodstream but did not pass through the blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier.
When it comes to the “What should someone with Alzheimer’s disease eat” question, it is important to know what you are eating for, are you eating for health or to actually reverse the illness? In defense of green tea it was shown to have very positive effects on the body and lowered harmful inflammation. What the study shows us is that green tea may be good for the health of the person with Dementia but there is no proof it can reverse the illness.
The brain has an incredible ability to heal and the right combination of natural ingredients have been shown in numerous studies to reverse aspects of Alzheimer’s disease, this worked even in middle late stages. What does this mean to the person with Alzheimer’s disease? For the users of our Mal Alzheimer Diet it can mean improved memory, better mood or improved overall behavior. It can mean more life with the illness or even reversal of much of the symptoms. This has been shown in over 10 countries.
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Wednesday, August 6, 2014