Thursday, November 13, 2014

Is Diet causing your Alzheimer's Disease?

Alzheimer’s disease and diet are crucially connected, the illness is increasing at a rapid pace worldwide; it is estimated by the Center of Disease Control that almost everyone will know a person with the Dementia within the next 2 decades. As the crisis of diminished mental functioning continues to climb in the much of the Western world more people are looking to diet as a way to address Alzheimer’s disease.  New research indicates that diet could be the leading cause of Alzheimer’s disease in millions of people.



Nutrition and the brain


In the West we tend to think about the body as separate parts, we are familiar with diets for the heart, liver and lungs but we rarely think about food to heal the brain. What may shock most people is the fact that foods are the most important aspect when treating dementia or any diminished mental functioning. In an astonishing statement on how food affects the brain, the Canadian Alzheimer’s Disease Society stated that more than 40% of all Alzheimer’s disease cases are caused by diet. While most people avoid full fat dairy such as whole milk, whole fat cheeses and whole fat yogurt, researchers show that dietary whole fat actually helped stop mental decline.


Since the introduction of low fat foods more than 30 years ago, the Alzheimer’s disease rate has increase by more than 200%.


Researchers at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark (The same country where the Mal Alzheimer Diet was created) spoke on how full fat helps the brain.


“Our study suggests that a high-fat diet can postpone aging processes. A diet high in fat also seems to postpone the aging of the brain. The findings therefore potentially imply that patients with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease in the long term may benefit from the new knowledge,” said professor Vilhelm Bohr from the Center for Healthy Aging, University of Copenhagen


We have made it clear on this site that the précis combination of very specific nutrients can reverse much of Alzheimer’s disease even in the middle late stages. The thousands of readers on this site know that the brain has an incredible ability to heal when put in the correct nutritional environment.






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