In this groundbreaking book, a notable expert on Alzheimer’s disease has teamed up with a leading researcher of nutrition to create a unique guide to understanding and managing this serious condition.
Author: Richard S. Isaacson
Publisher: Square One Publishers, Inc.
Category: Health & Fitness
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a type of dementia that can be very hard on both the patient and the caregiver. Currently, five million Americans have been diagnosed with AD—and that number is likely to triple by 2050. While the cause of Alzheimer’s disease is still a mystery, new research has increased our knowledge of certain aspects of the disease. Perhaps most significant, studies show that proper diet may make a real difference, not only in slowing the progression of AD, but also in preventing it. In this groundbreaking book, a notable expert on Alzheimer’s disease has teamed up with a leading researcher of nutrition to create a unique guide to understanding and managing this serious condition. The Alzheimer’s Prevention and Treatment Diet outlines a cutting-edge nutritional program that will be of interest both to Alzheimer’s patients and to anybody who wants to maintain optimal memory and mental agility for years to come. The book begins with an overview of Alzheimer’s disease, outlining its symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, and current treatment methods. You’ll also learn how Alzheimer’s disease differs from other forms of memory loss and cognitive impairment. Next, Drs. Isaacson and Ochner take a closer look at the impact of nutrition on your ability to think and remember, examining the effects of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins on the brain. Then, they share their innovative program for Alzheimer’s prevention, showing you how to maximize your cognitive health through diet and exercise. Finally, the authors give tips for the caregiver on adapting and implementing the program for people who already have Alzheimer’s, decreasing the speed with which symptoms worsen. If Alzheimer’s disease is a concern for you or a loved one, The Alzheimer’s Prevention and Treatment Diet will give you the information you need to fight back. Using Dr. Isaacson and Dr. Ochner’s recommendations, you can put into practice what the evidence is showing us—that what you eat can make all the difference for your mind.
Author: Sue Stillman Linja, Rdn LDPublish On: 2017-05-30
With The Alzheimer's Prevention Food Guide, Sue and SeAnne show you how to start eating for total brain health before it's too late to prevent the development of Alzheimer's disease.
Author: Sue Stillman Linja, Rdn LD
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Category: Health & Fitness
"Never has diet been so important for brain health and reducing risk for Alzheimer's. This is not a simple diet book--it's a food bible that tells you all you need to know to start eating your way to a healthy brain, right now!" --Dr. Rudolph E. Tanzi, Director, Alzheimer's Genome Project; Director, Genetics and Aging Research Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital; and Joseph. P. and Rose F. Kennedy Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School More than 5 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer's disease. With no known cure, the thought of receiving an Alzheimer's diagnosis can be terrifying. But you can reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease by making smart nutritional choices--and this book will show you exactly how. For authors Sue Stillman Linja and SeAnne Safaii-Waite, the devastation of Alzheimer's is all too familiar. They both witnessed the progression of Alzheimer's in their mothers. As registered dietitian nutritionists and researchers, they've examined all of the evidence-based research on diet and Alzheimer's in order to offer a simple and practical dietary approach to protecting the brain from Alzheimer's. With The Alzheimer's Prevention Food Guide, Sue and SeAnne show you how to start eating for total brain health before it's too late to prevent the development of Alzheimer's disease. The Alzheimer's Prevention Food Guide is the first and only action-oriented food guide for making brain-nourishing dietary choices. You'll discover how easy it can be to incorporate everyday brain foods into your diet, easily and without stress. Accessible and easy-to-follow, The Alzheimer's Prevention Food Guide offers: A realistic 2-week meal plan that shows how doable it is to prepare brain-healthy meals Profiles of more than 100 common foods that highlight why they're nutritional powerhouses for brain health An easy-to-understand overview of diets being researched for brain health--from Mediterranean to MIND to Ketogenic--as well as the authors' own research-based recommendations for dietary guidelines. Alzheimer's disease is complex, but eating to prevent it doesn't have to be. The Alzheimer's Prevention Food Guide is your all-in-one nutritional resource for feeding your brain what's best for it--without making drastic changes.
THE ALZHEIMER'S PREVENTION PLAN is based on research into nutritional medicine from experts around the world, and features the latest scientific findings on how nutrition can help prevent this devastating condition.
Author: Patrick Holford
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Health & Fitness
Alzheimer's disease and age-related memory loss are on the increase. The burden this condition places on sufferers, their families and health care systems is immense. In this reassuring and practical book, top nutritionist and mental health expert Patrick Holford argues that memory decline and Alzheimer's disease can be arrested, and the risks of developing such diseases reduced significantly, if you take action early. THE ALZHEIMER'S PREVENTION PLAN is based on research into nutritional medicine from experts around the world, and features the latest scientific findings on how nutrition can help prevent this devastating condition. It features a specially formulated Alzheimer's prevention diet and a ten-step plan to enhance your memory, which includes a simple test to discover your risk, and reverse it in eight weeks; memory boosting vitamins and minerals; essential fats that help your brain think faster; and simple lifestyle changes and exercises to keep your mind young.
Do you have a loved one or family member with Alzheimer's disease or dementia? Are you afraid that you might have Alzheimer's or dementia, or that you might get it eventually? Are you in search of real information that will give you the facts you need to know about this dreaded disease which could steal all your treasured memories and everything in life that you value so much? Well look no further because this important book will tell you what you need to know about Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Find out about: Alzheimer's warning signs and symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment How long a person can live with Alzheimer's disease Support for families and caregivers Dementia symptoms, types, diagnosis and treatment Evaluation of the latest Alzheimer's prevention research Diets and the prevention of Alzheimer's disease What happens to the brain in Alzheimer's disease Assessing the risk factors for Alzheimers Steps to maintain cognitive health in early-onset Alzheimers Noticing memory problems? What to do next and tips for dealing with forgetfulness Memory loss related to problems other than Alzheimers End-of-life care for people with dementia People who are at greater risks for Alzheimer's disease And More! Don't delay; purchase your copy of this book NOW!
In The Alzheimer’s Prevention Cookbook, Dr. Marwan Sabbagh outlines the latest evidence-based research on Alzheimer’s and nutrition, and presents a dietary plan with nearly 100 recipes to enhance your health.
Author: Dr. Marwan Sabbagh
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
Category: Health & Fitness
A full-color cookbook and health guide featuring 100 recipes designed to reduce the risk and delay the onset of Alzheimer's, dementia, and memory loss, for people with a family history of these conditions or those already in the early stages, and their caregivers. Eat Smart, Stay Sharp Strong medical evidence suggests that simple changes and additions to your diet can reduce the risk or delay the onset of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia and memory loss. In The Alzheimer’s Prevention Cookbook, Dr. Marwan Sabbagh outlines the latest evidence-based research on Alzheimer’s and nutrition, and presents a dietary plan with nearly 100 recipes to enhance your health. Incorporating high-powered brain-boosting ingredients like turmeric, cinnamon, leafy greens, and even red wine, the recipes developed by Food Network star chef Beau MacMillan are also full of antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and omega-3s. The Alzheimer’s Prevention Cookbook is a science-to-table plan that can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease, and its strategies and recipes—from sandwiches to salads and beverages to main dishes—can also diminish your chances of developing other inflammatory illnesses like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. This combination cookbook and health guide is a powerful, proactive, and preventive approach to achieving optimum brain health.
Want to keep Alzheimer’s at bay for years—ideally, forever? Prevention is the way, and this is the guide.
Author: Gary Small
Publisher: Workman Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
Want to keep Alzheimer’s at bay for years—ideally, forever? Prevention is the way, and this is the guide. Now in paperback and updated throughout, The Alzheimer’s Prevention Program is essential for everyone with a family history of Alzheimer’s, and for the 80 million baby boomers who worry whenever they forget someone’s name. It’s the book that shows how to strengthen memory and avoid everyday lapses. How to incorporate the top ten brain-protecting foods into your diet. How to cross-train your brain, exercising both the right and left hemisphere. And how to reduce stress, a risk factor for developing dementia and Alzheimer’s, through meditation and 11 other relaxation strategies. Written by the New York Times bestselling authors of The Memory Bible, this book is an easy-to-follow regimen based on the latest comprehensive research into Alzheimer’s disease, and especially the critical connection between lifestyle and susceptibility. The paperback edition is updated with a brand-new section that answers the most compelling questions asked of Dr. Small after publication of the first edition, including: the power of exercise to offset a genetic predisposition; antibodies that can clear Alzheimer’s plaques from the brain; and promising new treatments, from drugs to deep brain stimulation. It’s the science-based, breakthrough program that will bring mental clarity to every day and help you take control of your brain’s health.
In this book, she teaches readers how to take simple and effective steps to prevent Alzheimer's disease, providing the scientific rationale behind the tools in the book and detailing instructions on how readers can apply particular steps to ...
Author: Jean Carper
Publisher: Random House
Category: Family & Relationships
If you drink apple juice with cinnamon, look after your gums, read, dance and take an aspirin a day - you are well on your way to preventing Alzheimer's disease. When bestselling author Jean Carper discovered she had the Alzheimer's gene, she was determined to find out if there was anything she could do to help herself. In this book, she teaches readers how to take simple and effective steps to prevent Alzheimer's disease, providing the scientific rationale behind the tools in the book and detailing instructions on how readers can apply particular steps to their lives. Based on the latest scientific findings and distilled into 100 short chapters, 100 Simple Things You Can do to Prevent Alzheimer's is full of surprising strategies for battling age-related memory loss, including drinking apple juice, taking care of your gums and even simply trying new things.
This book outlines a comprehensive and scientifically-based approach that includes the detailed Diet Plan, recipes, and an example brain-healthy weekly menu.
Author: Sandra John Ph D
This book outlines a comprehensive and scientifically-based approach that includes the detailed Diet Plan, recipes, and an example brain-healthy weekly menu. Also included are lists of the best and worst brain foods, instructions on how to read and what to look for on nutrition labels, and a food terminology guide. In addition, the available medications, supplements, vitamins, and medical foods that have been shown to help in Alzheimer's prevention and treatment are discussed. Finally, The Alzheimer's Diet includes access to the Alzheimer's Disease Nutrition Tracking System (AD-NTS). The AD-NTS guides users through The Alzheimer's Diet Plan, helps organize and understand brain-healthy dietary habits, track progress, and provides vital information for healthcare providers.
Evеrуоnе knоwѕ ѕоmеоnе wіth Alzhеіmеr'ѕ dіѕеаѕе. оvеr 5 mіllіоn Amеrісаnѕ hаvе thе dіѕеаѕе, аnd also the numbеr of AD саѕеѕ is рrоjесtеd to quite trірlе by thе уеаr 2050.
Author: Mike Woodland Ph D
Publisher: Independently Published
Evеrуоnе knоwѕ ѕоmеоnе wіth Alzhеіmеr'ѕ dіѕеаѕе. оvеr 5 mіllіоn Amеrісаnѕ hаvе thе dіѕеаѕе, аnd also the numbеr of AD саѕеѕ is рrоjесtеd to quite trірlе by thе уеаr 2050. Partly, thе еxрlоѕіоn of AD саѕеѕ is because оf thе асtuаl fact thаt we're lіvіng longer, and аdvаnсіng age іѕ that thе favored rіѕk fасtоr fоr AD. Hоwеvеr, аgіng іѕn't thе оnlу rіѕk fасtоr. Rесеnt scientific evidence suggests that changes in dietary аnd nutrіtіоnаl раttеrnѕ саn аlѕо bе a determinative within thе rіѕіng numbеr оf AD cases.
As a nervous system specialist working in a scholarly setting (University of Miami Miller School of Medicine), I split my time between three territories: quiet consideration, examination, and instruction.
Author: Donald Urban Ph D
As a nervous system specialist working in a scholarly setting (University of Miami Miller School of Medicine), I split my time between three territories: quiet consideration, examination, and instruction. My forte is Alzheimer's sickness (AD) and the significant job nourishment plays in its administration. My advantage in Alzheimer's nourishment is close to home, be that as it may. Four individuals from my family have been determined to have the sickness. The two family members I was nearest to were my uncle Bob (analyzed when I was in secondary school), and my father's cousin Charlotte, analyzed not long after I finished my subspecialty preparing in AD. If not for Uncle Bob, I wouldn't be here. In addition to the fact that he introduced my mother and father, yet he additionally saved my life when I was three years of age. At a family party, I fell into the pool in my auntie's terrace and dropped to the lower part of the profound end. Uncle Bob dove in, completely dressed, hauled me out, and saved me. Uncle Bob was consistently upbeat, grinning, making wisecracks-the bubbling energy source everyone crowds around. Alzheimer's illness originally denied him of his momentary memory, and afterward his capacity to really focus on himself. Be that as it may, I never permit his sickness to cloud my own recollections of what a staggering individual he was to me. Everybody knows somebody with Alzheimer's sickness. In excess of 5 million Americans have the illness, and the quantity of AD cases is projected to dramatically multiply continuously 2050. Mostly, the blast of AD cases is because of the way that we're living longer, and propelling age is the main danger factor for AD. Notwithstanding, maturing isn't the sole danger factor. Ongoing logical proof proposes that adjustments in dietary and healthful examples may likewise be a causal factor in the rising number of AD cases. Americans are eating more sugar and handled food sources than any other time in recent memory. We're eating such a large number of calories, too many refined starches, and insufficient new foods grown from the ground. We eat a lot of risky soaked fat and trans fat-and we eat a lot when all is said in done. Up to this point, the critical effect that the food we eat has on our cerebrum work was generally ignored. A portion of the supplements in the food sources we eat can themselves straightforwardly influence the cerebrum, since they can enter straightforwardly into the mind by intersection what is alluded to as the "blood-mind boundary." Different occasions, the food we eat causes the arrival of specific synthetics (chemicals) that enter the cerebrum and influence mind work.
Also, all these topics has been a product of intensives investigations, with a great life hope, and we hope you all enjoy reading this e-book.
Author: Claudia Perez-Cruz
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
Altered metabolism is known to be associated with a higher incidence of Alzheimer´s disease (AD). Diabetes type 2, obesity, and metabolic syndrome are considered risk factors for the development of dementias, including AD. These metabolic diseases may have a genetic predisposition, but most of them are caused by environmental factors and life-style. Most research has focused on the effect of a high-fat diet (HFD) and sweetened beverages that induce obesity. Importantly, a HFD can also trigger oxidative stress, neuro-inflammation and cognitive decline. Less is known, however, about beneficial effects of diet on cognition, such as slowing the progression or preventing AD by ingesting whole fruits, vegetables, fish and oil. It is important to highlight the difference between vitamin/mineral supplements and whole food, as it appears that the former are clinically ineffective, while multiple ingredients in the latter act synergistically to improve cognition. As AD is a disease of slow progression, therapies should start several decades before clinical symptoms can be observed; one strategy can be the ingestion of healthy food in those subjects with one or more risk factors (genetic, environmental, life-style) already in their 40s, just when some brain metabolic disturbances start to develop. This dietary therapy can overcome the increased reactive oxygen species, protein deposition and synaptic failure, characteristic of AD. This research topic will cover a range of research articles, case studies, opinion and mini-reviews, all focused on describing the damaging effects of an industrial diet on cognition as well as on highlighting the beneficial effects of a healthy diet to prevent AD. We believe that we still have time to fight against the negative impact of our industrialized cultures, and adopt better eating habits, increase exercise and slow down our life style to prevent increasing dementia in the aging population. Also, all these topics has been a product of intensives investigations, with a great life hope, and we hope you all enjoy reading this e-book.
What if there was a way to prevent it? Taking a fresh look at our modern society and an old problem, this guide offers 6 Pillars of prevention to help stave off this dreaded disease.
Author: Peter Carl Simons
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Category: Health & Fitness
Alzheimer's Disease is a progressive illness that slowly erodes memory and vital mental functions. Affecting an estimated 5.3 Million American's, with approximately 5.1 million of those afflicted over the age of 65, this diabolical condition as zoomed to the 6th leading cause of death in the States and earned a feared spot in our collective consciousness. When 1 in 3 elderly patients suffer from Alzheimer's or some form of dementia, it is no wonder that the medical community is galvanizing to find a cure, or at least an effective treatment. Such a feat will benefit millions - but what of those who have yet to develop the Disease, yet harbor the potential to succumb to it? What if there was a way to prevent it? Taking a fresh look at our modern society and an old problem, this guide offers 6 Pillars of prevention to help stave off this dreaded disease. Combining diet, exercise, lifestyle changes and mental awareness, this approach may be the answer you're looking for, the one that will take you, or those you love, into your Senior Years Happy - and hopefully healthy.
Like our bodies, our brains have very specific food requirements. And in this eye-opening book from an author who is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist, we learn what should be on our menu.
Author: Lisa Mosconi PhD
How to eat for maximum brain power and health from an expert in both neuroscience and nutrition. Like our bodies, our brains have very specific food requirements. And in this eye-opening book from an author who is both a neuroscientist and a certified integrative nutritionist, we learn what should be on our menu. Dr. Lisa Mosconi, whose research spans an extraordinary range of specialties including brain science, the microbiome, and nutritional genomics, notes that the dietary needs of the brain are substantially different from those of the other organs, yet few of us have any idea what they might be. Her innovative approach to cognitive health incorporates concepts that most doctors have yet to learn. Busting through advice based on pseudoscience, Dr. Mosconi provides recommendations for a complete food plan, while calling out noteworthy surprises, including why that paleo diet you are following may not be ideal, why avoiding gluten may be a terrible mistake, and how simply getting enough water can dramatically improve alertness. Including comprehensive lists of what to eat and what to avoid, a detailed quiz that will tell you where you are on the brain health spectrum, and 24 mouth-watering brain-boosting recipes that grow out of Dr. Mosconi's own childhood in Italy, Brain Food gives us the ultimate plan for a healthy brain. Brain Food will appeal to anyone looking to improve memory, prevent cognitive decline, eliminate brain fog, lift depression, or just sharpen their edge.
Current drug treatments for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) appear to be symptomatic.
Author: Roy W. Jones
Publisher: Elsevier Inc. Chapters
Current drug treatments for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) appear to be symptomatic. There is an increasing priority to find effective and safe disease-modifying and preventive treatment strategies for cognitive decline, AD, and dementia. Recent developments have allowed the identification of possible pathogenic processes and pathways, and potential targets for intervention. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) biomarkers of ß-amyloid and tau, and neuroimaging including amyloid PET tracer retention show that the pathogenic process begins many years before symptoms appear. A number of preventive trials have been completed but so far none has demonstrated significant benefits and some were potentially harmful. New preclinical treatment trials are underway in people at the highest risk of developing AD in the following few years. A US National Institutes of Health panel found no evidence of even moderate scientific quality to clearly support the association of any modifiable factors with a reduced risk of cognitive decline or AD. The best current evidence suggests that heart-healthy eating patterns such as the Mediterranean diet may help to protect the brain. Future preventive approaches will need to harness the increased technological advances concerning biomarkers with new hypotheses driven by a better understanding of the relevant risk factors.
But with age, forgetfulness happens more often, and it's easy to begin questioning what's normal -- like if it's a sign of Alzheimer's disease.SOLUTION TO ALZHEIMER'S DIET FOR FRESH STARTERS AND DUMMIES is the first action-oriented cookbook ...
Author: Biden Dum Ph D
Alzheimer's is a type of dementia that affects memory, thinking, and behavior. Symptoms eventually grow severe enough to interfere with daily tasks.Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia, which is a term to describe the loss of cognitive functioning. Over time, Alzheimer's can lead to an inability to carry out daily activities, such as getting dressed, having conversations.If someone you care about is experiencing signs of Alzheimer's, knowing the signs of each stage can help you assist in managing the disease.There's no cure for Alzheimer's," "but there are medications that can keep the symptoms from getting worse for a period of time."Remember, Alzheimer's affects everyone differently. The timing and severity may be different for each person, and it can be difficult to determine which stage your loved one is in because stages may overlap and are only meant to be a guideline.Misplacing your car keys, calling your neighbor by the wrong name or forgetting to buy bread at the grocery store are common memory lapses. But with age, forgetfulness happens more often, and it's easy to begin questioning what's normal - like if it's a sign of Alzheimer's disease.SOLUTION TO ALZHEIMER'S DIET FOR FRESH STARTERS AND DUMMIES is the first action-oriented cookbook for preventing Alzheimer's disease and delivering results like improved mental agility, short- and long-term memory, sharpness, and attention. Let this be the first, for the rest of your life.
In this book, an expert on Alzheimer's disease has teamed up with a leading researcher of nutrition to create a unique guide to understanding and managing this serious condition.
Author: Megan Martin
Publisher: Independently Published
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a type of dementia that can be very hard on both the patient. Currently, five million Americans have been diagnosed with AD―and that number is likely to triple by 2050. While the cause of Alzheimer's disease is still a mystery, new research has increased our knowledge of certain aspects of the disease. Perhaps most significant, studies show that proper diet may make a real difference, not only in slowing the progression of AD, but also in preventing it. In this book, an expert on Alzheimer's disease has teamed up with a leading researcher of nutrition to create a unique guide to understanding and managing this serious condition. The Alzheimer's Prevention Diet outlines a cutting-edge nutritional program that will be of interest both to Alzheimer's patients and to anybody who wants to maintain optimal memory and mental agility for years to come.This book can help you recognize warning signs of dementia and decipher the difference between the disease and normal aging. Its simple checklists can also help you learn how to: Understand the different types of Alzheimer's. Recognize the characteristics, warning signs, and risk factors of Alzheimer's disease. Anticipate how Alzheimer's disease is likely to progress and the effects of each stage. Evaluate treatment options for cognitive and physical decline with Alzheimer's disease. Help your loved one decide whether a clinical trial is something they should consider. In addition, the book explores diagnostic tests and discusses how to find a doctor who will meet the needs of your loved one with Alzheimer's disease. It also describes special considerations for individuals with early-onset Alzheimer's disease and looks at methods for promoting brain health and slowing cognitive decline
This book is for you if: •you like to understand the basics of Alzheimer’s conditions and the factors affecting it •you have anyone in your friends or family impacted by Alzheimer’s •you like to understand how healthy living ...
Author: Joseph Veebe
Publisher: Essential Health and Wellness
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Approximately 50 million people suffer from Alzheimer’s worldwide. In the U.S. alone, 5.5 million people have Alzheimer’s – about 10 percent of the worldwide Alzheimer’s population. Alzheimer's disease is a progressive brain disorder that damages and eventually destroys brain cells, leading to memory loss, changes in thinking and other brain functions. This book is for you if: •you like to understand the basics of Alzheimer’s conditions and the factors affecting it •you have anyone in your friends or family impacted by Alzheimer’s •you like to understand how healthy living habits can prevent or delay Alzheimer’s •you like to try some easy food recipes that are good for your brain While the rate of progressive decline in brain function is slow at the onset, it gets worse with time and age. Brain function decline accelerates, and brain cells eventually die over time. While there has been significant research done to find a cure, currently there is no cure available. Alzheimer’s incidence rate in the U.S. and other western countries is significantly higher than that of the countries in in the developing world. Factors such as lifestyle, diet, physical and mental activity and social engagement play a part in development and progression of Alzheimer’s In most cases, if you are above the age of 50, plaques and tangles associated with Alzheimer's may have already started forming in your brain. At the age of 65, you have 10% chance of Alzheimer's and at age 80, the chances are about 50%. With lifestyle changes, proper diet and exercise (of the mind and body), Alzheimer's is preventable. In recent times, Alzheimer's is beginning to reach epidemic proportions. The cost of Alzheimer’s to US economy is expected to cross a trillion dollars in 10 years. It is a serious health care issue in many of the western countries as the population age and the life expectancy increase. At this time, our understanding of what causes Alzheimer’s and the ways to treat it is at its infancy. However, we know the factors that affects Alzheimer’s and we can use that knowledge to prevent, delay onset or at least slow down the rate of progression of the disease. While this book does not present all the answers, it is an attempt to examines the factors affecting Alzheimer's and how to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. A combination of diet and both mental and physical exercise is believed to help in prevention or reducing risk. Preventing Alzheimer’s offers a quick insight into Alzheimer’s causing factors, various steps to reduce risk, and ways to prevent or slow down the progression of the disease. The book includes: Discussion on factors in Alzheimer’s development: Regular exercise and physical activity Regular mental exercise/stimulation Social engagement Getting proper sleep every night Maintaining a healthy heart Healthy foods and drinks Following a healthy diet is one of the key lifestyle changes one can make in the fight against Alzheimer’s. The list of foods that help protect brain and boost brain health is included in the book: Nuts and seeds Fruits – especially berries Oily fish Unrefined oils such as extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil Spices and herbs Colorful vegetables and fruits Cruciferous vegetables Leafy greens Dark chocolate Bone broths Eggs Over 30 recipes including teas, smoothies, broths, and other dishes that incorporate brain-boosting foods: Kale chips Salmon with green mango Coconut curry chicken Beef pepper fry Broccoli stir fry Teas Broths And many other dishes References and links to several research studies on Alzheimer’s and brain foods Preventing Alzheimer’s is a quick read and offers a lot of concise information. It’s a great tool to have in your fight to prevent Alzheimer’s. Get your copy today.
ALZHEIMER'S PREVENTION COOKBOOK or Alzheimers prevention food guide by Lisa Pens is a compete guide that puts you through the foods, drinks, meal plans and lifestyle changes to prevent Alzheimer disease and live a good healthy life.
Author: Lisa Pens
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This is based on the remarkable results Dr Dean Sherzai and Dr Ayesha Sherzai have seen in their own clinic.
Author: Dean Sherzai
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Health & Fitness
THE HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL, PROVEN PROGRAMME FOR REVERSING THE SYMPTOMS OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE Alzheimer's Disease affects over 47 million people worldwide but 90 per cent of cases can be prevented. Based on the largest clinical study to date, The Alzheimer's Solution, by leading neurologists and Alzheimer's specialists Drs Dean and Ayesha Sherzai, provides the essential practical tools you and your family need to reverse the symptoms and prevent cognitive decline. Alzheimer's disease isn't a genetic inevitability and a diagnosis doesn’t need to spell the end. Ninety per cent of us can avoid getting it and for the 10 per cent with strong genetic risk, the disease can be delayed by 10 to 15 years. This is based on the remarkable results Dr Dean Sherzai and Dr Ayesha Sherzai have seen in their own clinic. This much-needed revolutionary book provides: *The groundbreaking and successful programme for the treatment of Alzheimer's *A practical 5-part plan for reversing and preventing Alzheimer's, covering food, sleep, exercise, stress-management and activities that keep your brain healthy *A questionnaire for assessing your risk level and daily guides for optimising your brain's health *Delicious and simple brain-healthy recipes for you and the family to enjoy Praise for The Alzheimer's Solution: 'The Sherzais' research is changing the landscape of neurodegenerative diseases as well as the outcomes for thousands of patients.' Dr Keith Black, Chairman of the Neurosurgery Department and Director of the Maxine Dunitz Neurological Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center 'A very important book.' Dr Dilip Jeste, Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Neurosciences, University of California, San Diego School of Medicine 'The Alzheimer’s Solution supplies everything you need to know about the prevention of this disease' Dr Joel Fuhrman, New York Times best-selling author of Super Immunity, Eat to Live and The End of Diabetes, President, Nutritional Research Foundation 'This [is a] thorough, thoughtful, empowering, and timely book…Every family should own, and apply, The Alzheimer’s Solution.' Dr David Katz, founding director of Yale University's Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center, founder and president of the True Health Initiative, and author of Disease-Proof