Study Proves Natural Option to Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s Works Well

The natural option to reduce your chances of cognitive decline from Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia is exercise. Exercise Arizona State University conducted a study at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. Nearly one hundred … Continue reading

Deficiency in this vitamin mimics Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) symptoms are seen when a person is deficient in vitamin B12, methylcobalamin. 40% of Americans and over 90% of vegans are deficient in vitamin B12. The reason strict vegetarians are deficient in vitamin B12 is that there … Continue reading

Another Step Closer to Predicting Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is the most common disease associated with dementia. It affects over five million Americans. It has been a difficult disease to diagnose, even when people have early stages of cognitive difficulty. Recently published research in the Journal … Continue reading

Reverse Brain Aging and Shrinkage

The plasticity of your brain is its ability to adapt to changes in its environment. The neurons that you are born with stay with you for your entire life. They don’t have a finite lifespan. Your brain can grow more … Continue reading