BREAKING: New Anti-Alzheimer’s Plan
To solve the Alzheimer’s puzzle, we must look at it one piece at a time.
Thankfully, research published in 2022 gave a few new pieces that help us get closer to seeing the big picture—and finally finding a cure.
I’ll review some of these studies for you today.
When you combine their results you end up with a personal roadmap for avoiding Alzheimer’s disease.
You can reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s by applying what we learned from recent studies to your OWN life.
- Consider taking a multivitamin.
In September of last year, a long-term study showed that taking a daily multivitamin for three years slowed brain aging. If you aren’t already taking one it’s time to start.
- Cut out the junk food.
Last summer, research presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference revealed that eating ultra-processed foods (such as boxed, canned, and bagged items) can significantly accelerate cognitive decline. Ditch the garbage from your diet and eat fresh foods you prepare yourself instead.
- Consider wearing hearing aids if you have any hearing loss.
In people with hearing loss, wearing restorative hearing devices (hearing aids) led to a 19 percent decrease in long-term cognitive decline compared to those not wearing the devices.
- Drink more wine!
A study from November showed that compounds in green tea called catechins, and those found in red wine and grapes called resveratrol, reduce the buildup of beta-amyloid plaques (associated with Alzheimer’s).
- Load up on omega-3 fatty acids.
Last summer, a study found that people with the highest amount of the omega-3 DHA had a 49 percent lower risk of Alzheimer’s.
- Take care of your oral health.
More research published in 2022 confirmed the connection between bacteria in the mouth and Alzheimer’s disease. This one, in particular, found that F. nucleatum, a common bacterium in periodontal disease, generates systemic inflammation that enters the nervous system and worsens signs of Alzheimer’s.
- Avoid benzodiazepines if possible.
Taking benzodiazepines like Valium or Xanax for three to six months increases the risk of Alzheimer’s by 32 percent. Taking them for more than six months causes the risk to skyrocket by 84 percent.
P.S. In a recent study, researchers identified one of the BEST mushrooms for safeguarding your brain from neurodegenerative conditions like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. I shared all the exciting details in a recent issue of Natural Healing Today. If you missed it, catch up here.
Korytko, M. (2023, January 3.) “Alzheimer’s Notes: 5 Things We Learned About Alzheimer’s Disease in 2022.” Hudson Valley 360. https://www.hudsonvalley360.com
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