Alzheimer’s is Preventable

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8. Exercise regularly

Some studies have suggested that exercise can change the way the amyloid protein is metabolized, which would slow down the onset, and possibly even the progression, of Alzheimer’s. Exercise leads to improvement of the memory and growth of the hippocampus. Find out 5 of the most vital exercies you may do.


9. Optimize vitamin D levels

Get plenty of safe sun exposure. There have been studies lately that show some strong links between low levels of vitamin D in Alzheimer’s patients. It’s though that optimal levels of vitamin D improve the amount of important chemicals that are brought to your brain and improve the cell function. Vitamin D might also have beneficial effects on Alzheimer’s due to its anti-inflammatory and immune boosting compounds. Your body must have sufficient vitamin D for the proper functioning of your immune system.


10. Eliminate and avoid mercury from your body

Dental fillings can be as much as 50 percent mercury by weight and are one of the major ways we get mercury introduced into our bodies. If you have mercury fillings, have them changed immediately. Afterwards, doing a heavy metal detox program will be super beneficial.


11. Eliminate and avoid aluminum from your body

There are many sources of aluminum in our world today, such as antiperspirants, aluminum cookware, even vaccine adjuvants.


12. Avoid flu vaccinations

Almost all flu vaccinations contain both aluminum and mercury which are both well-known neurotoxins and immunotoxicin agents.


13. Avoid statin and anticholinergic drugs

Pharmaceutical drugs that block acetylcholine, a transmitter that works within your nervous system, have been shown to increase your risk of developing Alzheimer’s. These drugs are also in nighttime pain relievers, sleeping aids, antidepressants, medications that help control incontinence, and antihistamines. Statin drugs are also another problem as they remove Q10 from your brain, and stop the delivery of important fatty acids and antioxidants to your brain.


14. Challenge your brain every day

Learning something new and giving your brain mental stimulation, such as learning a new language or learning to play a musical instrument, is known to decrease the risk of Alzheimer’s. Mental challenges help to build up your brain and thereby make it less susceptible to the lesions that are associated with Alzheimer’s.



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