Dementia and Alzheimer's disease
Supplements and nutrients to fight dementia and Alzheimer's disease are: Mediterranean diet, The MIND Diet, Resveratrol, Boswellia serrata, Turmeric/Curcumin, Rosemary essential oil, Black Cumin seed oil, Blackcurrants. Bad oral health increases odds of dementia. It can be an advantage to avoid harmful additives in food such as MSG monosodium glutamate, aspartame etc. It destroys the brain. Avoid buying semi-finished products, cook the food yourself.
A dignified treatment, social contacts, a job, contact with animals, tactic stimulation can be things that counteract dementia.
By Carl Grinde | January 24 2023
Uppdated October 20 2023
Excitotoxins - MSG monosodium glutamate, Aspartame
"Excitotoxins are a class of chemicals that overstimulate neuron receptors. Neuron receptors allow the brain cells to communicate with each other. When exposed to these excitotoxins, the neurons go into over-drive, become exhausted, and eventually die."
There is a lot of corrupt research so the truth doesn't always come out.
Glutamate or MSG is marketed under many different names. This should not be allowed.
youtube.com/Russell Blaylock M.D
Aromat and Knorr broth
This is packed with MSG Glutamate. Avoid it.
Aspartame sweetener in foods is harmful
Avoid aspartame foods
Mediterranean diet for dementia
"Researchers found that eating a Mediterranean diet slows some changes in the brain that may indicate early Alzheimer’s disease.
The results point to a lifestyle change that could help reduce the risk of this type of age-related dementia." (National Institutes of Health)
The MIND Diet for Alzheimer’s Prevention
"MIND (an acronym that stands for the Mediterranean-DASH intervention for neurodegenerative delay) is a “hybrid of the Mediterranean diet and DASH diet,"
youtube.com/MIND Diet Basics
youtube.com/HHC-Alzheimer's Disease and the MIND Diet-Part 1
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” ― Hippocrates
10 Foods That May Help Prevent Dementia
youtube.com/10 Foods That May Help Prevent Dementia
Max Lugavere's Genius Foods: 11 Foods For Better Brain Health
youtube.com/Max Lugavere's Genius Foods
Low vitamin D levels increases odds of dementia
Dr. Axe on Dementia and Alzheimer's disease
Boswellia serrata - Frankincense for dementia
Boswellia serrata have been shown to improve learning and memory abilities in elderly people.
Rosemary essential oil for dementia and Alzheimer's disease
Inhaling the aroma of rosemary essential oil can prevent and slow Alzheimer's disease.
Aromatherapy for Dementia
Essential oil and inhaler
essential oil inhaler
Resveratrol protects the brain
Resveratrol is a substance found in various plants such as in the shell of red grapes. It is also available in cocoa beans, blueberries, lingonberries, mulberries, pistachios and Japanese knotweed.
It has medicinal properties that protects the brain and improves memory. It's also an effective treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. It actually has several positive effects on the body.
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Blackcurrants is good for brain health
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Billberries are good for brain health and prevent dementia
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New Alzheimer's Diet book
theadplan.com New Alzheimer's Diet book
Black Cumin seed oil nigella sativa for dementia and Alzheimer's disease
Black Cumin seed oil can help learning and memory and is good for dementia, Alzheimer's disease.
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Curcumin/Turmeric for dementia and Alzheimer's disease
Curcumin is a supermedicine for the brain. It's a good medicine for a little bit of everything, cancer, diabetes, joints.. try it.
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Coconut oil for dementia and Alzheimer's disease
According to the journal Neurobiology and many others, Coconut oil improves cognitive functions. And the results come very quick. You can have Coconut oil in the coffee (use a blender), in stews, soups, smoothies. You can make your own chocolate with coconut oil, cocoa, xylitol, Stevia, vanilla.
coconut oil health benefits
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Prescribed medicine side effects
Dementia medicines side effects
The most common side effects include: nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, loss of appetite, muscle pain, sleep problems, feeling tired, headaches, itching or a rash, dizziness or feeling faint, hallucinations, agitation or aggression.
Dementia medicines side effect
One elderly woman I met had brain fog. She got better when they removed some of her medicines.