Flashback Friday: Preventing Alzheimer’s with Lifestyle Changes and Diet

Flashback Friday: Preventing Alzheimer’s with Lifestyle Changes and Diet


37 Replies to “Flashback Friday: Preventing Alzheimer’s with Lifestyle Changes and Diet

  1. I heard choline, inositol, gaba, huperzine – a, ginkgo, gotu kola, eleuthero root, peppermint, nootropics, and D-aspartic acid works too. is this true?

  2. Adherence to the diet slowed death….but Alzheimers is a living death. Does this mean their bodies survived longer despite the fact their minds were gone or does this mean their minds lasted longer?

    My dad and grandma had healthy bodies. They suffered a long, long time witg this disease. I don't want that for me.

  3. Keeping saturated fat low doesn't just protect against Alzheimer's, but it does appear to reduce death from all-cause mortality.

  4. There IS a cure for Alzheimer's/dementia!! … If diagnosed in time. It can be diagnosed 20 years before serious symptoms appear! Research the brilliant Dr. Dale Bredesen and his book The End of Alzheimer's!
    Our poor diets/lifestyles are killing us much sooner. We can change that if we want!

  5. I forgot to press the like button. Oh-no, better go eat some fruit and veggies. 😉 You sound tired. Get some rest.

  6. Bottom line is, if you like living, get off the standard American diet. We weren't designed to eat that crap, let alone be as sedentary as most of us are due to technological improvements. If you want to age quickly and eat whatever you want, stay the course. It's your choice.

  7. They might live longer by a few years but it just prolongs everyone’s suffering. When it comes to dementia, I think it’s much better to live a short life but a merry one.

  8. If I unserstood this properly, the people who had AD and followed the diet strictly lived longer; however, I'm not sure I would want to burder my family with living longer with the disease. Maybe I misunderstood what he was saying at the end.

  9. What exactly do they mean by "Mediterranean diet"? Because I live in Spain and people don't particularly eat healthy. They just have normal diets with meats, jamón, eggs, beer, they smoke… It's not what one might think…

  10. There are many causes of dementia that no one understands. It could be viruses, chemicals, pesticides, food toxins, bacterial toxins, heavy metals. Its nice to say that some cases related to blood flow can be helped or prevented with diet. But that is only a limited set of the cases. I have a feeling that there are industries out there that know or suspect what is going on for certain groups of people. That is because there are pesticides and chemicals out there that destroy the neurology of insects or lab animals and out of greed they have chosen to withhold that it also destroys people. The contemptuous drive of greed leads them to abandon values.
    Animal products can also be a major issue due to prions (mad cow, mad chicken, mad turkey, mad pig, mad fish etc.)
    Fish can be a major problem due to toxic algae and heavy metals and pesticide contamination.
    Any animal fed fish can be at risk as a cause.
    Mold and fungi can be a cause.
    Mushrooms can be a cause. Mushrooms have many toxins and they are commercially grown with possibly contaminated growing media.

  11. As much as people talk about coconut oil, or lions mane mushroom, the only thing that helped my dad is pot, the THC!

  12. Something not discussed here was fasting. I would love to see Dr. Grieger weigh in on and apply his scientific approach to the medical benefits of fasting, including for diseases like Alzheimer's.

    I'm talking about real fasting, not intermittent fasting. I mean 48 hour fasts and beyond.

  13. Of course, Dr. Greger is all over this 'research' because he's emotional invested in it. How do I know? I read his bio…vegan and 7th Day Adventist…which means they promote grains and are anti meat because meat ignites "lustful thoughts"…that whole White & Kellogg history lingering on well past its 'shelf life' and doing its utmost to increase the prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome. No thank you, Dr. Greger.

  14. You forgot to mention the study that 7 cups of coffee a day reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by 85% ☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️

  15. Basically: be a low fat
    Whole organic foods based vegan; exercise, use your brain daily, and spend time with your family/ friends/ outdoors, and get 7 hrs sleep each night ☺️

  16. Dr. Greger!

    There is ample evidence to suggest that Lion's Mane – an edible fungus – restores myelin. Please look into it, it is a revelation!
    https://www.fungihealth.com/study-lions-mane-alzheimers-disease/
    There is a reference link at the bottom of the article for the non-believers.

    This fungus does indeed re-myelinate the neuronal walls and restores cognition and memory.

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