Preventing and delaying alzheimers


A meticulous analysis of the growing volumes of scientific research on the brain and diseases clearly revealed that Alzheimer's could be prevented in 70 percent of patients and delayed up to ten to fifteen years or more in those genetically predisposed. However, in order to prevent or delay Alzheimer's, I realized, there were three major problems I had to solve:

1. How to eliminate the destructive free radicals that destroy the brain.

2. How to balance the hormones and neurotransmitters that become imbalanced with aging; and

3. How to develop a diet and lifestyle program that individuals would use daily in their quest to prevent Alzheimer's.

I found convincing evidence that pointed to specific nutrients, enzymes, and combinations and propertions of foods that could help battle the free radicals and also assist in balancing the hormones and neurotransmitters. A deluge of brain studies convincingly showed that the physical exercise and neurobics (brain exercises) could offset the natural decline in cognition by increasing brain reserves.

The Anti-Alzheimer's Prescription, Dr. Vincent Fortanasce, M.D.

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