An interesting article connecting autoimmune disease with dementia.  A must read if you have any autoimmune disease.  Elaine Moore Graves' Disease and Autoimmune Disease Education > Articles > Autoimmune Diseases > Autoimmune Causes of Dementia

An interesting article connecting autoimmune disease with dementia. A must read if you have any autoimmune disease. Elaine Moore Graves' Disease and Autoimmune Disease Education > Articles > Autoimmune Diseases > Autoimmune Causes of Dementia

How to Stop Alzheimer’s Before It Starts: 10 Things You Need to Immediately Start Doing

How to Stop Alzheimer’s Before It Starts: 10 Things You Need to Immediately Start Doing

AD more vulnerable to effects  peripheral infection, indisputable many specific viral, bacterial, fungal infections are assoc w AD development, although whether these pathogens are direct cause of dementia or instead are advantageous, infiltrating microorganisms that exacerbate the neuroinflamm already ongoing is unknown. BBB has incr leakiness.

AD more vulnerable to effects peripheral infection, indisputable many specific viral, bacterial, fungal infections are assoc w AD development, although whether these pathogens are direct cause of dementia or instead are advantageous, infiltrating microorganisms that exacerbate the neuroinflamm already ongoing is unknown. BBB has incr leakiness.

An estimated 5.4 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, but according to Dr. Perlmutter, Alzheimer's is preventable through proper diet. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/05/22/alzheimers-disease-prevention.aspx

Alzheimer’s Disease—Yes, It’s Preventable!: An estimated million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, but according to Dr. Perlmutter, Alzheimer's is preventable through proper diet.

There is evidence that poor diet is one cause of Alzheimer's. If ever there was a case for the precautionary principle, this is it. Learn other ways to protect against Alzheimer's and take a free Alzheimer's Risk Assessment at: www.memoryaid.org

Nutrition and Dementia: Foods That May Induce Memory Loss Increase Alzheimer's. Foods to avoid at all costs!

9. Broccoli This cruciferous vegetable is a rich source of folate and the antioxidant vitamin C, both of which play a key role in brain functions. A 2012 study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease reports that maintaining healthy vitamin C levels can have a protective function against age-related cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease. …

10 Superfoods to Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

9. Broccoli This cruciferous vegetable is a rich source of folate and the antioxidant vitamin C, both of which play a key role in brain functions. A 2012 study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease reports that maintaining healthy vitamin C levels can have a protective function against age-related cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease. …

Peek in your medicine cabinet to learn about a common but surprising cause of misdiagnosed dementia and its symptoms. Read more.

A Startling Cause of Misdiagnosed Dementia

Peek in your medicine cabinet to learn about a common but surprising cause of misdiagnosed dementia and its symptoms. Read more.

Unexpected Causes Of Dementia - YouTube

Unexpected Causes Of Dementia - YouTube

What is dementia? The signs, symptoms and causes of dementia - Medical News Today

Alzheimer's Biomarkers Decrease as Symptoms Emerge

This awesome guest post was written by Aamar Khwaja, Inventor of modgarden (Mod Garden). Aamar is a health advocate and on a mission to see everyone eat healthily! Two of the leading causes of dementia are Alzheimer’s disease and strokes. For many dealing with these serious illnesses, treatment options are limited and often discouraging. However,... View Article

5 Herbs That Can Protect Your Brain From Depression, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s

Unexpected Causes Of Dementia - YouTube

Unexpected Causes Of Dementia - YouTube

Bipolar Disorder: A Guide to Therapy --Written by Brian Krans | Published on August 8, 2014 --Medically Reviewed by George Krucik, MD, MBA

Bipolar Disorder: A Guide to Therapy

Basal joint arthritis occurs when the cartilage in the bones of the thumb wear away. Learn about symptoms like pain and stiffness, and treatment options.

Developing healthy eating habits can improve your memory, reduce your risk of dementia and boost the health of all Alzheimer's patients. Learn more about brain food and healthy-brain lifestyle choices at www.memoryaid.org

Developing healthy eating habits can improve your memory, reduce your risk of dementia and boost the health of all Alzheimer's patients.

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