Almond M&Ms for Alzheimers? 17 y
Problem: You're worried you'll start wandering aimlessly through the city
Prescription: A bag of almond M&M's
Problem: You’re worried you’ll start wandering aimlessly through the city
Prescription: A bag of almond M&M’s
Chocolate-covered nuts may prevent or delay the development of Alzheimer’s disease. It’s not the chocolate that protects you, though; it’s the E in the almonds. A National Institutes of Health study found that the antioxidative properties of vitamin E reduce deterioration in the brain as you age. Just 2 ounces of almonds chttp://my.webmd.com/content/pages/4/1685_52233ontain your entire recommended daily intake of E.
Slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and dementi ... read more
Turmeric Prevents Alzheimer's....Parkinson's? 17 y
properties have aroused great
interest, as well as its effects on
cholesterol and cancer.
Turmeric May Help Prevent
Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Diseases
An ancient remedy may enliven your brain as well as your food
he spice of life - how many times have you heard that term applied to something especially nice? It might be chocolate truffles, or the music of Mozart, or playing with children. Part of the spice of life, of course, is that there are so many different spices to choose from, both figuratively and literally. On the literal side, there are food spices galore in many parts of the world, especially Southeast Asia, which is particularly rich in these botanical treasure ... read more
Alzheimers/Diabetes & Cinnamon 17 y
I am looking into improving my neurological health and I keep running into studies that tie insulin to Alzheimers and other memory problems.
Lack of Insulin Linked to Alzheimer’s
By Steven Reinberg
MONDAY, March 7 (HealthDayNews) -- Two potentially significant discoveries about insulin may shed new light on how Alzheimer’s disease ravages the brain, and might one day lead to new treatments.
The first discovery is that insulin is produced in the brain; the second is that Alzheimer’s patients have impaired insulin production in their brains.
”Insulin is made in the brain. Previously it was thought to be made only in the pancreas,” said lead researcher Dr. Suzanne de la Monte, an associate professor ... read more