Alzheimer's Disease: Lifestyle Alterations to Improve Brain Function

by Ginger Sladky

"By inducing ketosis, improving insulin sensitivity and supporting the mitochondria, you can often regain the ability to refold or proteolyze misfolded proteins".  Check out Dr. Dale Bredesen's most recent interview here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=br4FfIucq5c 

Bredesen discusses the case report he published late last year showing 100 patients with documented pre- and post-cognitive testing from 15 different clinics who all showed improvement (including quantitative EEGs, and MRI with volumetrics improvements) following use of his protocol.

A diet high in fat and low in carbohydrates may slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease. With your Doctor's approval, our Nutrition Challenge can support individuals wishing to try this possibility to slow Alzheimer's Progression or prevent its occurence in the first place. 


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