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Gregory Matthews
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Alzheimer's is awful. This is sort of good news/bad news. Great that there are a few things that can help people deal with it, but bad that it's always a drug that they're looking at in "solving" the problem.

Best advice from someone who has already lost 2 people with Alzheimer's and is currently caring for a 3rd: enjoy every moment you can with them, make memories now, take photographs--and GET YOUR OWN HEALTH and affairs in order before it happens to you. 

You can prevent (most cases) of Alzheimer's by eating a healthy, whole-food, plant-based diet, drinking water, exercising, getting sunshine and adequate amounts of Vitamin D and B12, breathing clean air, sleeping an appropriate amount of time for you your age, taking time to worship and meditate, practicing faith, avoiding alcohol and unnecessary drugs, keeping your mind active by learning new things, forming and maintaining friendships with people of various ages, races and sexes, enjoy time with animals and get outdoors into nature. 

 

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My mother did all of that, never ate flesh foods.  She died of Alzheimer's.

What is your documentation for your statement as to preventing most cases?

 

 

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Sherzai, D., & Sherzai, A. (2019). The Alzheimers solution: A breakthrough program to prevent and reverse the symptoms of cognitive decline at every age. New York, NY: HarperOne

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4 hours ago, Gregory Matthews said:

My mother did all of that, never ate flesh foods.  She died of Alzheimer's.

What is your documentation for your statement as to preventing most cases?

 

 

Did she eat cheese, dairy, processed grains, added oils, added sugars, added salt?

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34 minutes ago, Gregory Matthews said:

I repeat:  What is your documentation?

Sherzai, D., & Sherzai, A. (2019). The Alzheimers solution: A breakthrough program to prevent and reverse the symptoms of cognitive decline at every age. New York, NY: HarperOne

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Morqwenna:  Your reference, as I understand it is to a 368 page book that proposes a specific program.  That is not documentation of your claim.

As I read about the book it proposes a program limited to people with "Mild Cognitive Impairment," (MCI).  MCI may be caused by Alzheimer's, or it may be caused by other diseases of cognition.  By the way, most people with Alzheimer's do not have MCI.

My mother had Alzheimer's, but it was not MCI, lit was much worse.  As I understand what I read about the book, it deos not say anything about what my mother had.  Therefore, your questions as to what my mother ate are not relevant

I will say that the authors of the book are authorities in their field.  

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