Food DOES affect Alzheimer’s. Below is an article summarizing a presentation at the 2012 AAIC showing memory improvement when mild Alzheimer’s patients are given food containing particular nutrients
Medical Food Linked to Memory Improvement in Mild Alzheimer’s
July 23, 2012 (Vancouver, British Columbia) — Administration of a medical food designed to improve synaptic dysfunction is associated with continuous memory improvement in patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease (AD), new research shows.
Presented here at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2012, results from an open-label extension (OLE) trial of a medical nutrition product (Souvenaid, Nutricia/Danone) showed that memory performance continued to improve in drug-naïve patients with mild AD for up to 48 weeks.
These latest OLE results immediately follow those of the double-blind, randomized controlled Souvenir II study, published in the July issue of the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, which showed significant improvement in memory performance compared with placebo over 24 weeks.
As presented by Philip Scheltens, MD, PhD, professor of cognitive neurology and director of the Alzheimer Center at the VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the results from the 24-week OLE study “were exactly what we hoped for.”
Here is the YouTube link for a trailer to our Documentary if you would like to show friends, family, colleagues or medical professionals:
It can also be reached by searching YouTube: Alzheimer’s Dementia Trailer
Our journey began when researching for a few vitamins that might slow down a family member’s Alzheimer’s disease.
We are documentary film makers, we are NOT health professionals. You should consult a qualified medical professional for your medical needs.
This is a work in progress. We are constantly changing it as we learn more. Here is what we have put together so far:
Below are the basic causes of Alzheimer’s that we found when we did research for our documentary and interviewed health professionals and people across the United States who were able to reverse their Alzheimer’s/Dementia. They were able to regain much of their mental ability when they identified and treated the cause of THEIR dementia and/or Alzheimer’s.
1. Mercury, lead and heavy metal toxins.
2. Toxins in our air, water, food, electromagnetics and environment.
3. Low T3 even when thyroid tests are normal.
4. Neurological side effects from prescription medications.
5. Vitamin and mineral deficiency.
6. Inflammation from low level infections, food allergies and other sensitivities.