AD is also medically termed as Diabetes Type 3 of the brain.
Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative irreversible form of dementia leading to initial symptoms of memory loss followed by loss of motoric functions like swallowing and muscle contractions this leads to general weakness and poor swallowing and coughing mechanisms.
AD symptoms are due to brain atrophy (shrinkage of the brain) caused by amyloid tangles that suffocates the bran cells. The underlying pathology starts up to 15 years prior to onset of clinical disease. This is why prevention is of utmost importance. One’s symptoms appear it is almost to late.
There are NO effective pharmaceutical options to treat, halt or reverse the symptoms of AD. Medical research are now focusing more and on life style and natural alternatives for prevention.
How This Seminar Will Equip You!
The Alzheimer’s prevention seminar will provide you with a comprehensive prevention plan to minimize your risk and protect your brain for life.
We can choose a lifestyle that promotes rapid brain atrophy and dementia or one that accelerates brain growth and vitality through better eating, drinking and general lifestyle habits, we need to make these choices on a daily basis starting as young as possible, to rejuvenate our brain and optimize brain function”
Good Cholesterol as well as Omega 3 fats, forms an important structural component of a healthy brain cell membranes.
Medium chain oils (MCT oil) as found in coconut oil has proven to be an “ideal brain food” due to the poor glucose metabolism of diseased cells (DM 3)
All that attacks the heart, will attack the brain”
Some Risk factors contributing to AD include:
- High blood pressure
- Uncontrolled blood sugar levels and Insulin resistance
- Excess fat mass. BMI >30
- Excess Alcohol consumption
- Electromagnetic field exposure
- Nutrient deficiencies
- Gut inflammation like leaky gut
- Heavy metals like mercury and lead (blood levels can be tested)
- Drugs like sleeping tablets and many more
This list is but to name a few. All risk factors must be identified and avoided as far as possible.