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Nutrition For Prevention to Alzheimers

Up your E. Vitamin E is a very potent anti-oxidant and appears to play a role in staving off Alzheimer's. Research shows that those with the highest amounts in their diet (from food, not supplements), have a significantly lower risk of Alzheimer's disease.

Top food sources include sunflower and safflower oil, nuts and seeds (almonds, sunflower seeds, peanuts, hazelnuts) and green vegetables including broccoli and spinach. Make sure to consume green vegetables with a little healthy fat to maximize the absorption of vitamin E.
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replied January 16th, 2014
My father is suffering from alzheimer's and has diet rich in vegetables and fruits, whole-meal bread, milk and dairy products as well as containing fish, plant oils and nuts.
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replied February 22nd, 2018
Yes, Vitamin E is very beneficial for brain plaque prevention or delaying Alzheimer's. Apart from I suggest try to get this vitamin from green leafy vegetables, olive oil or any other organic source. Inspite, of this, I found one supplement BlockBusterX which is proved very helpful as antioxidant protection and has fantastic results which I found personally. It also help to slow down the deterioration and improve growth hormones and proteins that protect and repair brain cells to stimulate neural growth.
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replied April 4th, 2018
Did you know that Alzheimer’s did not exist 70 years ago?

Alzheimer's disease, even by another name, could not be found in any medical dictionary or textbook or taught in any medical curriculum.

It became a disease, in medical literature around 1979.

Now, it’s a major disease, affecting half of the people who reach the age of 65 in America.

It is a ‘physician-caused disease’ because doctors have encouraged people, in fact demanded that people give up saturated fat and cholesterol.

75% of our brain weight is pure cholesterol, it’s called myelin, it’s this fatty stuff that insulates each nerve fiber of the brain and spinal cord.

We only make about 10% of our daily needs of cholesterol. The other 90% must come from our diet.

If a person is very good at giving up chicken skin and red meat, and dairy and eggs, like a doctor would have them do, they’re not going to be able to keep up with the maintenance and repair needs of the cholesterol for the myelin in the brain and spinal cord.

That person can EXPECT to develop Alzheimer’s disease.

Now the best way to avoid Alzheimer’s is to eat a couple of eggs every morning for breakfast, not cooked in margarine or fried but soft poached.

You also want to consume as much as 72oz of red meat every single month.I know that sounds like a lot, but it’s just a quarter-pounder a day!

You also want to supplement with the 90 essential nutrients:

*60 Minerals
*16 Vitamins
*12 Amino Acids
*2-3 Fatty Acids

When you get to the Vitamin E level you want to have at least 2,000iu’s of Vitamin E, and you want 500mcg of Selenium, and if you do that, even if you already have Alzheimer’s disease, you can honestly expect to have a significant return of memory.

Great studies done by University of California at San Diego and the Salk Institute state, by taking 2,000 icu of Vitamin E alone, even if you have advanced Alzheimer’s disease, you can get a significant amount of memory return.

There is hope for you!

"Its not what you eat that kills you, it's what you don’t eat!"
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