Alzheimer’s Disease Researchers May Be On To Something.
The mind is an interesting place. The brain acts as the processor and repository for our all we sense, think, and remember. What if something gets in the way of the normal processing? Recent research suggests that various fungi may be a contributor. If this proves to be true, which will take years more of research, then Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s and other neural disorders may be more treatable.
The stories are here:
- “Different Brain Regions are Infected with Fungi in Alzheimer’s Disease” http://ow.ly/TCrLt and
- “Is Alzheimer’s caused by FUNGUS? Traces found in the brains of sufferers suggest the disease ‘could caused by an infectious microbe” http://ow.ly/TCtfk
Disease of any kind is a life changer for the person afflicted and everybody around them. You’re familiar with many heartbreaking stories from relatives and friends. The medical community works hard to help people manage symptoms and try to give the body a chance to heal.
In the meantime, eating a healthy and balanced diet, not smoking, staying physically active and keeping weight and blood pressure in check can all help reduce the risk of dementia. Many confusing opinions of what makes up a healthy and balanced diet exist, but we have found the Hallelujah Diet or some whole food, plant-based version of a food lifestyle works the best. That’s why we say eat, drink,and go veggie. Start here: http://ow.ly/TCui8
We also have found another helpful resource in a book by Dr. Benjamin Mast, “Second Forgetting: Remembering the Power of the Gospel during Alzheimer’s Disease.” You may want to check it out here http://ow.ly/TCuta.
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